ESPNOn Friday morning, ESPN debuted a list of the 50 best players from the 2018 college football season. The first three names on the list were the consensus top three quarterbacks in the game this year and were all invited to New York for the Heisman Trophy ceremony.Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray took home the Heisman – followed in the voting by Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa and Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins.So, how did those three stack up in ESPN’s list? Kyler took home top honors, while Tua and Dwayne followed as the No. 2 and No. 3 players from the year respectively.Here’s the top ten:Kyler Murray, QB, OklahomaTua Tagovailoa, QB, AlabamaDwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio StateQuinnen Williams, DL, AlabamaChristian Wilkins, DL, ClemsonDarrell Henderson, RB, MemphisWill Grier, QB, WVUJosh Allen, LB, KentuckyGardner Minshew, QB, Washington StateDexter Lawrence, DT, ClemsonYou can see the full list here.What do you think of the list?[ESPN]
zoom Latvia’s Freeport of Riga increased its cargo turnover by 2.3% in the first half of 2015 compared to the same period a year earlier, even though the port recorded dips in container and general cargo volumes.The port handled 20.64 million tons of various cargo during the first six months of 2015, recording an average monthly volume of 3.44 million tons.11.65 million tons of dry bulk cargo were handled at the Freeport of Riga in 1H2015, which is by 4.2% more than in the first half of 2014.The general cargo turnover in recent months managed to stay at the previous year’s level, but in general demonstrated a reduction year-on-year, which might be attributed to the ferry trip reduction and global market changes.The general cargo turnover in the first half of the current year was by 10.5% lower than during the relevant reporting period of 2014.Container volume decreased by 1.8%, with the port transshipping 1.93 million tons of containerized cargo.The containerized cargo segment demonstrates the decrease in the roll on/roll off, various metals, timber, fish and fish products, food and unspecified general cargo volumes.The Freeport terminals handled 5.8 million tons of liquid cargoes in 1H2015, which is 6.8% more than in the first six months of 2014.