ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 22: Head Coach Dabo Swinney of the Clemson Tigers calls a play against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on September 22, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)The biggest story in college football this week revolves around Dabo Swinney’s decision to start Trevor Lawrence at quarterback. While placing the freshman into the starting role is huge news, Kelly Bryant’s latest decision could be even more important.With the dual-threat quarterback ready to transfer from Clemson, one lucky program will gain a battle-tested leader for next season.As for the Tigers, hearing about Kelly’s decision to transfer was quite upsetting. When Swinney was asked about Bryant leaving the program, he provided the full story.Once Swinney realized Bryant was missing from practice, he sent someone to check on his senior quarterback. Although he decided to head home, Bryant sent his coach a heartfelt text about his intentions.Here’s how @ClemsonFB coach Dabo Swinney found out QB Kelly Bryant was transferring #clemson #clemsonfootball pic.twitter.com/Q6AZYQlp1F— Julia Morris (@JMorrisWYFF4) September 27, 2018Bryant put together an impressive campaign in 2017, finishing with 24 total touchdowns en route to the College Football Playoff.Clemson will have to move past this unfortunate split this weekend, as they host Syracuse.With Lawrence officially the starting quarterback for the rest of the season, it’ll be interesting to see how the Tigers perform.
May 20, 2014 zoom Damen Shiprepair Brest (France) has received its 10th LNG carrier repair order from GDF SUEZ in-house technical vessel manager Gazocean.The 73,646M3 capacity vessel, to undergo extensive maintenance works, was delivered under the name of Gaz De France Energy in 2006 at Chantiers de L’Atlantique in St.Nazaire and was renamed in 2009. The vessel was the first one fitted with a Dual Fuel Diesel Electric Propulsion which is now a new standard of the LNG shipping industry and has a GTT CS1 type LNG containment system. The vessel will stay in the yard for approximately 55 days of which 20 days in dry-dock.Damen Brest’s Managing Director Jos Goris said: “The long established relationship of the yard which dates back from the SOBRENA times with both Gazocean and GDF SUEZ GLOBAL GAS & LNG has certainly helped us in securing this order. Following nine foreign LNG carriers under Damen Management, all employees are proud to see the first French owned LNG carrier in our yard.”“The LNG experience and know-how in France is second to none with companies like GDF Suez, GTT, Europe Technologies/ERI, Cegelec, CryoStar, APERAM, AMRI all contributing to the French LNG expertise cluster. This adds an enormous value to the service we offer our international clients”, adds Mr. Goris.GDF SUEZ LNG Senior Vice President Operations & Technical Shipping Mr. Jacques Sainson said: “GDF SUEZ is very happy to return to the Brest shipyard and is confident to obtain the best service under the DAMEN flag.”Damen Shiprepair Brest, well known for its LNG expertise dating from the SOBRENA period, at the moment has two LNG carriers in dock: a large deep-sea pipelaying vessel and a shuttle tanker from KNUTSEN with an extensive scope of work.