ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 17: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines reacts during the college football game against the Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Stadium on October 17, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Spartans defeated the Wolverines 27-23. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)The Michigan-Florida matchup in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl is among the most intriguing bowl matchups of the season.The Wolverines are looking to avenge their blowout loss to Ohio State that knocked them out of the Big Ten title race and College Football Playoff.The Gators are hoping to make up for missed opportunities in the SEC throughout the season and end the season on a high-note.It will be an exciting Big Ten-SEC matchup, and predictions for the game are starting to trickle in.According to ESPN Staff Writer Adam Rittenberg, the Michigan Wolverines will beat the Florida Gators by a score of 31-21.The two teams have played against each other only four times – twice with Harbaugh at the helm for Michigan, and three of which were bowl games.The Wolverines have emerged victorious in each of the four meetings.Michigan and Florida last played against each other in the 2017 regular season, with the Wolverines winning 33-17.
CONCERT PROMOTER PETER Aiken is said to be on the way to the US to meet Garth Brooks to try and bring a conclusion to the ongoing concert drama.Labour Relations Commission chief executive Kieran Mulvey told Newstalk this morning that Aiken was on the way after emails and phone calls between the promoter and the country singer failed to lead to a solution.At the weekend, Aiken had said he hoped an answer to the situation would be found by today, but so far no solution has been forthcoming.Last night, Dublin City Councillors voted in favour of all concerts going ahead. However, an event licence decision made under the Planning & Development Act cannot be amended or appealed.The council said it hopes that Brooks will avail of the licence granted and play the three shows he has permission for.Legal actionAnother twist in the tale came today when a resident living in the Croke Park vicinity instructed Fay and Company solicitors to begin legal proceedings against Aiken Promotions and Croke Park stadium.A spokesperson for the resident said that this was because the concerts were “arranged without any prior consultation” and that “they would greatly interfere with this person and the local community’s quality of life including their privacy and property rights”.The Sunday Times reported last week that there were alleged fake planning objections to the Garth Brooks gigs.Today, the Irish Daily Mail said it has “proved conclusively” that identities of residents were used on fake letters to Dublin City Council, and that detectives are investigating.Read: Aiken: ‘The complete misrepresentation of Garth Brooks is scandalous’>Read: ‘The Garth Brooks ship leaves tonight’, but city manager won’t budge on licensing decision.