FS1’s Joel Klatt: This Team Has The “Best Blueprint” To Compete With Alabama

first_imgA general view of an Oklahoma Sooners football game.NORMAN, OK – NOVEMBER 25: The Oklahoma Sooners and West Virginia Mountaineers in between plays at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on November 25, 2017 in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated West Virginia 59-31. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)With No. 1 Alabama favored by double digits over No. 4 LSU and potentially ready to assert themselves as an all-time college football team, they seem unbeatable. However, FOX Sports analyst Joel Klatt believes there is at least one team with the tools to take on and maybe even take down the Crimson Tide.On Monday, Klatt identified Oklahoma as the team with “the best shot and the best blueprint to compete with Alabama.”The Sooners under second-year head coach Lincoln Riley and junior quarterback Kyler Murray are 7-1 on the season. Even with a loss to Texas, they have shown a penchant for dominating performances.Oklahoma, however, is no lock to win the Big 12, let alone secure a spot in the College Football Playoff. Their loss to the Longhorns earlier this season exposed weaknesses, particularly on defense.Yet Klatt is still high on their potential.”I think this is the team with the best shot and the best blueprint to compete with Alabama.”@joelklatt believes @OU_Football’s championship window is still open. pic.twitter.com/HE32nwKB69— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 29, 2018Alabama, meanwhile, is 8-0 and have demolished every opponent they’ve played – by a minimum of 20 points each time.Historically speaking, Oklahoma does have a bit of an edge. In five total meetings between the two sides, Oklahoma has won three – all of which have come in the last 20 years.The last time the two sides played each other was the Sugar Bowl in January 2014. The Sooners won that game.last_img read more

Boeing plans to speed up production of 787 to as many as

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Boeing plans to speed up production of 787 to as many as 14 per month to get through backlog by Joshua Freed, The Associated Press Posted Oct 23, 2013 6:22 am MDT Boeing says it will speed up production of its new 787 as it tries to catch up on a huge backlog of orders for the plane.The company has orders for 890 of those planes that it has yet to build.Boeing is already on its way toward building 10 787s every month by the end of this year. On Wednesday Boeing said it plans to go up to 12 per month in 2016, and it’s aiming to get to 14 per month by the end of this decade.The 787 was first delivered in 2011. It’s a long-range, fuel-efficient plane that has turned out to be very popular with airlines. It has sold 131 of the planes this year, even after battery problems grounded them for a while. read more