NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – JANUARY 01: Jake Fromm #11 of the Georgia Bulldogs reacts during the first half of the Allstate Sugar Bowl against the Texas Longhorns at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 01, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)There can be no doubt that the biggest game of Week 4 in college football this week is Georgia-Notre Dame. It’s one of the biggest non-conference games in recent memory and a potential College Football Playoff elimination game.Ahead of the game, college football analyst Ralph D. Russo of the Associated Press gave his predictions for the match. Russo predicted a 35-17 Georgia win, covering the 14-point spread, since they are too good for Notre Dame to handle.Another big game against an elite opponent that will be very difficult for the Irish to hang with … GEORGIA 35-17.That opinion is widely held by analysts, sports books and pundits alike.The two teams last played each other in 2017 at South Bend. Then-freshman Jake Fromm led the Bulldogs on a game-winning drive that culminated in a Rodrigo Blankenship field goal to win 20-19. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Georgia seems to have only gotten better since 2017 though. The Bulldogs are one of the favorites to win the national title, let alone the SEC Championship.Brian Kelly and the Fighting Irish will have their work cut out for them as they head to Athens and a hostile crowd for one of their toughest regular season games ever.The game will be played at 8 p.m. EST and will air on CBS.You can view Russo’s full Week 4 picks here.
Rabat – Moroccans living in Algeria are no longer entitled to permanent residence permit, which will be replaced by a renewable one. According to Tunisian news website Echorouk, both Moroccans and Tunisians will not be able to stay in Algeria for an unlimited period of time.The Algerian authorities have decided to replace the unlimited term residence permit with a temporary one that will be renewed every three months. The decision is justified by the alleged involvement of citizens of both countries in cases of terrorism and drug trafficking, organized crime and smuggling networks, Echorouk said. The same source added that the decision has already been taken on Monday by the Algerian Ministry of Interior and local communities.Nevertheless, an exception is made for Moroccans who are married to Algerian women or have children with an Algerian national. They will have to renew their residence permit every two years instead of every three months.