NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – NOVEMBER 19: A general view during the first half of a game between the Cincinnati Bearcats and Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Rutgers Stadium on November 19, 2011 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)It’s never too early to start making projections for the upcoming college football season. We have some new ones regarding the Big Ten.A college football analyst has ranked the Big Ten’s quarterback situations from best to worst heading into the 2019 season.What programs have the best quarterback situations in the league? What programs have the worst?According to one college football analyst, the worst quarterback situation, unfortunately, resides at Rutgers.247Sports’ Sam Hellman has named Rutgers’ quarterback situation the worst in the league.From his ranking:14. RutgersSophomore Artur Sitkowski has a lot of talent with some good days ahead of him, but it is hard to overlook the numbers of what was his freshman season. A four-touchdown, 18-interception season under offensive coordinator John McNulty and head coach Chris Ash is the definition of growing pains. Add in former prized recruit Johnathan Lewis bouncing between quarterback and tight end and the departure of fifth-year senior captain Giovanni Rescigno and Rutgers has some developing to do this spring.This doesn’t come as too much of a surprise. Rutgers has struggled to get consistency from the quarterback position for a while and, while Sitowski is talented, he’s fairly unproven.You can view the full quarterback rankings for the 2019 season here.
On October 30, Juho Sarvikas, chief product officer at HMD Global–the company that is creating a new generation of Nokia-branded smartphones, announced the news on his Twitter account.Google has added the Nokia 6.1 to the Android One Family. The 9 Pie version offers App Actions, an app only available on Android One and Google Pixel devices, a line of devices developed by Google that run either on Chrome OS or the Android operating system.App Actions helps users perform tasks faster by predicting what they will do next and displaying that action. Nokia 6.1 is the second smartphone, in Nokia’s new generation of phones, to receive Android’s latest update. Nokia 7 plus received it in the previous month.Android 9 Pie integrates the latest Google software and contains the features of Android 8.0 Oreo. It focuses on artificial intelligence and automated learning, offering owners a more personalized experience.The Nokia 6.1 update will provide many features, such as adaptive brightness that automatically adjusts the brightness of the phone, as well as slices which finds relevant information on favorite applications to make them easily accessible.One of the interesting improvements that Nokia 6.1 users will benefit from is the impressive battery life of 3,000 milliampere per hour. The phone also introduces an adaptive battery, an update that uses deep learning to understand users’ styles to prioritize battery power on the most important apps.The Nokia 6.1 is equipped with the eight processor “octa-core 2.2 gigahertz processor,” making it faster than phones with two or four processors. It is 60 percent faster than the original Nokia.The phone has 32 or 64 gigabytes of storage with three-quarters of a gigabyte of RAM. It also offers a 16 megapixel image on the main camera and 8 megapixels on the “selfie” camera.Android 9 Pie: now available on Nokia 6.1! AI-power your Nokia 6.1 as it gets smarter, faster and adapts as you use it. We are serving ? with a side of cool refreshed imaging expereince including Google Lens integration pic.twitter.com/et5fkKhbst— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) 30 octobre 2018