ESPN’s College GameDay announced on Twitter this afternoon that it is heading to Orlando for Week 12. The show will be live in Florida in anticipation of Saturday night’s UCF-Cincinnati game.Kirk Herbstreit might not get the warmest of receptions from UCF fans on Saturday, though.The ESPN college football analyst has had a bit of a feud with UCF’s fan base throughout the season and on the show.“This argument needs to stop being just about UCF,” he said. “I’m a big believer that if you play people — like Boise State used to do — you should be rewarded for that. Why are we focusing on just UCF when it comes to the Power 5? Because I think there are other teams out there that are as deserving or more deserving.“You need to play somebody in order to be rewarded. UCF, you need to not just be worried about being undefeated and trying to get in the top four, you need to look behind you at teams like Utah State, Appalachian State, Fresno State. These teams, on paper — which is what you want to look at a lot of times — are better than UCF and more deserving than UCF.”Comments like this led to UCF’s AD, Danny White, clapping back.Good evening, @CollegeGameDay: pic.twitter.com/GmEi8dS4AL— Danny White (@UCFDannyWhite) October 22, 2018Herbstreit’s Twitter mentions are often still full of UCF fans, too. So, it could be a pretty interesting atmosphere at College GameDay next weekend. Hopefully, everyone can just enjoy the spectacle and have some fun.ESPN’s College GameDay airs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. E.T.
New York-headquartered crude oil shipping company Gener8 Maritime has entered into a memorandum of agreement for the sale of the 2004-built MR tanker Gener8 Consul to an undisclosed buyer.Some USD 9.8 million of the net proceeds, from a total of USD 17.5 million in gross proceeds, will be used to repay a portion of the senior secured debt outstanding under the refinancing facility associated with the vessel and the company’s remaining net proceeds, Gener8 said.The 47,171 dwt Gener8 Consul is expected to be delivered to the buyer in February 2016.“We are pleased to have reached an initial agreement for the sale of our sole MR tanker, further allowing the company to focus on the larger segment of the tanker market,” Gener8 Maritime’s Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Peter Georgiopoulos, said.Gener8 Maritime has a fully-delivered fleet of 47 vessels, including one time-chartered-in VLCC.The company’s owned fleet is comprised of 17 VLCC newbuildings and 29 vessels on the water, with an average age of less than 6 years upon delivery of the newbuildings.As World Maritime News reported in December, the company secured a credit facility for up to USD 259.6 million of debt financing for its Chinese VLCC newbuilding program to be drawn in connection with the deliveries of the first four of the company’s six Chinese newbuildings.