GLENDALE, AZ – JANUARY 01: A UCF Knights helmet sits on the field after the UCF Knights defeated the Baylor Bears 52-42 in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 1, 2014 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)UCF isn’t afraid to play any team. The Knights tend to be at their best when they’re on the biggest stage. They already proved it earlier this season when they dominated the Stanford Cardinal.Now, the Knights have scheduled a home-and-home series against an exciting Group of Five opponent.UCF and Boise State will play in 2021 and 2023. The first game of the series will be played in Orlando with the following in Boise.Here’s the official announcement: 🐴 ⚔️2021 – Orlando 🏝️2023 – Boise 🔵🔗 https://t.co/EVP7YFTHhn#BleedBlue pic.twitter.com/EpmSo9DgOJ— Boise State Football (@BroncoSportsFB) September 24, 2019Boise State athletic director Curt Apsey made the official announcement on Tuesday morning.“We are excited to have this series on the schedule, and thrilled to be able to bring our fans another marquee game on The Blue,” Apsey said, via broncosports.com. “I believe this is a match-up that college football fans throughout the country want to see, and one that our student-athletes will be excited to play.”The two teams will get a chance to prove which is the better Group of Five team. The Boise State Broncos play in the Mountain West Conference. UCF plays in the American Athletic Conference.It’s safe to say this series will feature some of the better games of the 2021 and 2023 seasons. These games will be must-see TV.Who else is excited for this matchup?
“Under the three-year agreement, FAO will provide Autogrill with tools to track and reduce food losses and waste across its more than 4,000 stores and design information materials and campaigns to raise awareness among Autogrill customers worldwide about waste reduction,” the Rome-based UN agency said in a press release. FAO said it is estimated that roughly one third of the food produced globally for human consumption – approximately 1.3 billion tons every year – is lost or wasted. The Italian-based chain, Autogrill, which operates mainly in Europe and North America, is the latest to sign on to the Save Food global initiative spearheaded by FAO to involve a wide range of actors along the food chain in common strategies to cut food loss and waste. “This is a new type of public-private partnership for FAO which could become a model for collaborations with other retailers in future,” said Eugenia Serova, FAO’s Director of the Rural Infrastructure and Agro-Industries Division. In addition to tracking and reducing waste, the restaurant chain will also pay attention to the sourcing of its products, in the framework of their corporate social responsibility. FAO, which has been working with farming cooperatives and producer organizations worldwide to improve small producers’ livelihoods, will help Autogrill identify products and small-scale farmers interested in supplying the global retailer as a way to open new markets to southern producers.