The Tourist Board of the Split-Dalmatia County in cooperation with the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies plans to hold workshops in November and December 2018 on the topic of Coordination of activities of the Tourist Board (DMO), tourist agencies (DMK) and other stakeholders in the development of cultural tourism products. cycling tourism and enogastronomy. Professional workshops are intended for employees in the system of tourist boards and local government and self-government in matters related to tourism development, travel agencies (commercialists, product managers) and potential economic and other entities related to tourism development.The aim of the first workshop is to identify topics, areas and activities that have not been covered by the development of complex tourism products, to identify potential holders of special competencies and ideas for the development of new tourism products that are missing in the offer. While the aim of the second workshop is to identify and evaluate the developed ideas and refine, harmonize and supplement them according to the suggestions of the participants with the formulation of proposals for the guidelines of the marketing plan for individual products and lines of tourism products. Both workshops will be led by Mr. Željko Trezner.To participate, confirm your arrival at email@example.comSix six workshops will be held in Hotel Park Split according to the following schedule and topics:Coordination of activities of the Tourist Board (DMO), tourist agencies (DMK) and other stakeholders in the tourist offer on the development of tourist products cultural tourism:Tuesday, Nov 20.11.2018 XNUMX09:30 – 11:00 Working part11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break11:30 – 13:00 Working partTuesday, Nov 27.11.2018 XNUMX09:30 – 11:00 Working part11:00 – 11:30 Coffee break11:30 – 13:00 Working partCoordination of activities of the Tourist Board (DMO), tourist agencies (DMK) and other stakeholders in the tourist offer on the development of tourist products cycling:Monday, 03.12.2018.09:00 – 10:30 Working part10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break11:00 – 12:30 Working partThursday, Dec 06.12.2018 XNUMX12:00 – 13:30 Working part13:30 – 14:00 Coffee break14:00 – 15:30 Working partCoordination of activities of the Tourist Board (DMO), tourist agencies (DMK) and other stakeholders in the tourist offer on the development of tourist products enogastronomy:Monday, 10.12.2018.09:00 – 10:30 Working part10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break11:00 – 12:30 Working partThursday, Dec 13.12.2018 XNUMX 12:00 – 13:30 Working part13:30 – 14:00 Coffee break14:00 – 15:30 Working part
Perpres No. 70 limits government intervention in sea freight, allowing it to apply the PSO scheme only to staple, industrial and other essential goods.Carmelita added that private companies were losing out on the type of load they could transport “on routes that intersect with the subsidized Tol Laut program”.”We don’t want to compete with the government,” she stressed.She also urged the government to reallocate a portion of the subsidy for developing regional port services to increase outbound logistics and improve shipping revenue.The Transportation Ministry has allocated Rp 436 billion (US$29.7 million) to subsidize the maritime highway program this year, up Rp 136 billion from last year to accommodate seven additional routes from 19 in 2019 to total 26 routes today.Echoing Carmelita, maritime economist Raja Oloan Saut Gurning of the 10 November Institute of Technology said that the government should use the subsidy program only for establishing new shipping lanes. Once the new lane was economically viable, it should exit the program.“Theoretically speaking, the subsidy program should be used only as a temporary measure until the operation is handed over [sic] to the market mechanism. Government intervention through the subsidy [program] should not disrupt the market,” he said.Saut also urged the government to integrate existing and future shipping lanes to prevent overlap between private shipping companies and Tol Laut freighters. It should also streamline the shipping licensing procedure to increase private-sector participation in the domestic marine freight industry.“We still need to synergize several [lanes] to ensure business sustainability,” he added.Morotai Island regency in North Maluku, which is a targeted beneficiary of the Tol Laut program, had only experience a fractional decline in the prices of staple and essential goods since the program was implemented, regent Benny Laos said at Monday’s webinar.“We thank the government for the Tol Laut program, as it helps our [regency’s] economy. However, to be frank, the prices have only decreased around 5 to 15 percent,” he said.Despite its shortcomings, Benny said that the program had increased the price of Morotai Island’s tuna from Rp 25,000 to Rp 38,000 per kilogram because of the refrigerated containers it provided, which enabled local fishers to ship fresh tuna directly to Surabaya instead of indirectly through middlemen in Bitung.“Morotai has been able to increase direct shipments of local products to Surabaya, such as tuna […]. We do feel the impacts of the program, which has increased the income of the Morotai people,” he said.Topics : “We are planning to transform the Seba seaport in Kupang into the logistics hub for [East Nusa Tenggara],” Budi said on Aug. 24 during a webinar the ministry held in collaboration with Detik.com.Despite the minister’s optimism, INSA chair Carmelita Hartoto criticized the program during the webinar that it was undermining fair competition for private shipping companies.“Private shipping lines are currently experiencing unfair competition because the Tol Laut program is being used to ship nonessential goods [at much lower prices],” she said.Carmelita has called on the government to comply with Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No. 70/2017 on the public service obligation (PSO) of shipping freight in outlying regions, which revised Perpres No.106/2015 on the PSO of shipping companies under the maritime highway program. The Indonesian National Shipowners Association (INSA) and an industry expert have called on the government to reevaluate the subsidized “Tol Laut” (maritime highway) program to avoid market disruption and unfair business practices.The maritime highway, launched in 2015, is a subsidized shipping program for distributing basic and major consumer goods, as well as steel and cement, to remote regions of the archipelago.Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi said that the maritime highway program aimed to reduce price disparities across the country, especially in eastern Indonesia, generally due to shipping and logistics costs.
They must also be transparent on potential conflicts of interest, he said.However, Hooijer added that Brussels currently had no intention of issuing new regulation or setting detailed standards for the industry, and that the Commission expected the profession to “sort itself out” through self-regulation.Addressing resistance to the proposed Shareholder Rights Directive, he stressed that the Commission’s underlying objective was to improve dialogue between shareholders and companies.He reminded the audience that EU member states had so far failed to heed Commission recommendations on remuneration, and that binding rules, as well as shareholders’ rights for remuneration policy, were therefore necessary.Hooijer said Brussels would look into how the identification of shareholders could be improved, and that the overriding objective of the proposed rules for related party transactions was to protect minority shareholders.“We need to find the right buttons to overcome technical issues,” he said.In the European Commission’s draft directive, transactions of more than 5% of shares must be approved by all shareholders. A high-ranking European Commission official has warned proxy advisers that they must do more to ensure their influence on the voting behaviour of investors is “objective and reliable”.Speaking at the International Corporate Governance Network’s annual conference in Amsterdam, Jeroen Hooijer, head of corporate governance at the EU’s Internal Markets and Services Directorate-General, said the methodologies behind advisers’ recommendations “don’t always sufficiently take local markets and regulations into account”.“They provide services to issuers that may affect their independence and ability to provide an objective and reliable advice,” he added.Hooijer said proxy advisers must guarantee their recommendations are accurate, and disclose the source of their advice to both their clients and listed companies.
The UK’s Pensions Regulator (TPR) has told pension scheme trustees to “negotiate robustly” with sponsoring employers if they are not giving sufficient financial support to their retirement funds.In the regulator’s annual funding statement, released yesterday, it told trustees not to agree to scheme valuations if they felt the outcome would disadvantage the scheme.It referred to “recent corporate failures” as it laid out detailed guidance for pension funds to ensure employers fulfilled their obligations.In particular, the regulator cited “the risk of long recovery plans while payments to shareholders are excessive relative to deficit repair contributions”. This echoed similar statements made by TPR in last year’s annual funding statement, but this year it went further to draw trustees’ attention to “other forms of covenant leakage” such as loans between different parts of a business, transfers of assets, and even high senior executive pay in the case of small schemes.“We believe that employers with weak covenants should normally retain cash within the company to fund sustainable growth and address their pension deficit rather than paying it out to shareholders,” the regulator said.In addition, TPR said its “proactive casework” had increased by 90% year-on-year as part of its aim to be “clearer, quicker and tougher” on scheme funding.Joe Dabrowski, head of governance and investment at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association, said: “This is especially relevant given that it will be 2019-20, at the earliest, before we see any of the legislative changes proposed in the government’s recent white paper.“However, it is important that as the regulator increases its activity it remains proportionate and practical in the use of its powers.”‘Robust’ discussions over Carillion’s pensions Robin Ellison gives evidence at the Carillion inquiryDuring a parliamentary inquiry into the collapse of Carillion earlier this year, politicians pressed the former chair of the company’s pension schemes over the nature of protracted discussions about scheme valuations and funding.Robin Ellison said the trustee board had pushed the construction and engineering contractor as hard as it could.“We did our best with the information at our disposal,” he said, adding that it was a balancing act between getting as much money for the pension scheme as possible without driving the sponsor out of business. “I don’t think there is anything more we could have done to pursue higher contributions.”Ellison maintained that the trustees “did not just roll over and get our tummies tickled when the company paused contributions”.In a letter to the inquiry, TPR chief executive Lesley Titcomb said the regulator had “robustly supported the trustees during negotiations about scheme funding” and made clear to the trustees and employer that it would use enforcement powers if agreement was not reached. The regulator did not take any formal enforcement action until after Carillion collapsed, but argued that the threat of action had persuaded the company to agree to higher contributions.Brexit impactAs well as employer contributions, the regulator also emphasised the importance of factoring in Brexit to future funding and strategy discussions. It said trustees and employers should have “open and collaborative discussions” about the impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on the economy and on relevant business sectors.Sponsors could hold back cash from their schemes to protect against Brexit uncertainty, TPR said, but trustees should ensure shareholders were “also sharing the burden proportionately”.Matthew Arends, partner at Aon Hewitt, said the regulator’s statements indicated that it would place more emphasis on planning for future triennial valuations rather than just the closest one.His colleague Lynda Whitney added: “Trustees and employers need to consider prudence levels in 2018 valuations in anticipation of future changes.”TPR’s full annual funding statement is available here .
For its dynamic investment product, Fondenergia wants a balanced equities manager for around €160m of assets.The manager would be able to modify the relative allocation between equity and bond instruments, the pension fund said.Fondenergia’s deadline for tenders is 12 noon Central European Time on 23 November.Hygiene scheme seeks ESG managerPreviAmbiente, the Italian pension fund for workers in the environmental hygiene and related sectors, has put an active environmental, social and governance (ESG) equities investment mandate out to tender.The €1bn pension fund is searching for a manager to take on a €110m mandate, benchmarked against the MSCI ACWI ESG Leaders index.The actively managed mandate is denominated in euros and will form part of the pension fund’s balanced investment portfolio.The deadline for proposals is 3pm Central European Time on 13 November, according to the notice.Banking fund tenders for DC providerBanking sector pension fund Previbank is looking for a investment manager to run a portfolio for its Comparto Finanziario investment option.The mandate is for five years and involves all assets in this defined contribution fund, which at the end of December 2017 amounted to €44.4m of ANDP (assets linked to pension benefits) and €9.4m of other pension assets.The balanced equities mandate is to follow an active style, aiming for a higher yield than the benchmark, and to stick within an 8% tracking error limit.The Milan-based pension fund also laid out plans for an ESG investment policy. Fondenergia, the Italian pension fund for workers in Italy’s energy sector, is searching for asset managers to run two investment options worth a collective €320m.According to a mandate notice published today, the fund wants managers for its balanced and dynamic investment portfolios.For the balanced portfolio, Fondenergia said the assets were to be invested actively with the aim of producing an above-benchmark yield over a three-year period.Currency hedging is planned, and the tracking error limit has been set at 7%.
Check out that view.Fancy a view while taking a dip?The indoor pool inside this sprawling acreage estate is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows that frame sweeping views of the Hinterland.Watch storms roll in or admire the changing colours of the bushland — regardless of the weather outside, it won’t stop you from jumping in the pool.For those who struggle with the chill when getting out, there’s a fireplace right by the pool offering the perfect spot to warm up. The heated pool and spa are connected by a stepped waterfall and form part of the two-storey house’s recreation room.Large windows, a high ceiling and white interior make it feel bright and open while plenty of lights mean you can indulge in a late-night dip. 3. 70 Andrews Rd, Tallebudgera 1. 5 Julatten Drive, Robina The Gold Coast offers some pretty amazing indoor pools.TEMPERATURES on the Gold Coast are starting to dip but that doesn’t mean you have to give your pool the cold shoulder.There are a range of properties across the city with indoor pools that will make it much more appealing to take the plunge this winter.From a Hampton-inspired mansion to an acreage estate in the Hinterland, house hunters have plenty to choose from.Here are some of the Coast’s best that are up for grabs. Nicole Marino owns the property at 5 Julatten Drive, which is on the market. Pic: Glenn HampsonHouse hunters looking for a luxury pool to swim in year round can’t go past the one in this Hamptons-inspired mansion. MORE NEWS: Would you pay $2m for this clever design? Pool party anyone?The lavish indoor pool that makes up a wing of this extravagant waterfront mansion is like one featured in a resort.It is solar heated and has a spa, dehumidifier, steam room and gym.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa12 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoA wall of windows surrounds the pool room, offering views of the tropical garden and wide water surrounding the 2030sq m lakefront property.It also has a glass sliding door offering easy access to a barbecue pavilion and entertainment terrace, which has a large outdoor pool and spa, without having to traipse water through the house. MORE NEWS: Fancy kicking back in a show-shaped bath? 4. 15 Landman Court, Clagiraba You’ll barely notice it’s an indoor pool.Gaze up at the stars or soak up the sun’s rays without battling the elements in this Hinterland home’s pool. The 18m salt water pool is in a conservatory with a spa, water slide and bathroom.While swimmers can clearly see out, there is no need to worry about privacy.The four-bedroom home is on a 2.14 ha block surrounded by other acreage properties and sports fields, making it difficult to be seen by wandering eyes. 2. 95/40 Cotlew Street East, Southport Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:51Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:51 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p432p432p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenStarting your hunt for a dream home00:51
The Danish Government has appointed DNV GL CEO Ditlev Engel as Denmark’s special envoy for Climate and Energy until the end of September 2019.During his temporary assignment, Engel will be responsible for working on strengthening Denmark’s global partnerships, promoting private investments in the green transition and generally supporting the country’s international climate action in the lead up to the UN Climate Summit in New York in September next year.The focus will particularly be on green climate investments to achieve higher country ambitions, as well as displaying concrete action in support of the Paris Agreement targets, DNV GL said.“It is a great privilege to support the Danish Government in its decarbonization ambitions. The results of the current COP24 climate conference are an urgent reminder that immediate action is required to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius,” said Engel.“We need to make significant and fast progress every single year from now on, globally – otherwise it will be too late to deliver on the targets we set in the Paris agreement. I am looking forward to be contributing with all my knowledge and experience to support the Danish Government in their ambitious targets to build a low carbon economy.” According to DNV GL, Engel has more than 20 years of experience in the energy sector and has been actively involved in both local and global initiatives to accelerate green investments over the years.
The Times report that Shanghai have offered the 30-year-old striker, who has scored four goals in eight appearances for United, a new contract worth a whopping £75million over four years. Igahlo joined United on a four-month loan from Shanghai on deadline day in the January transfer window to provide cover for Marcus Rashford. There was much trepidation about the move, with Igaho seen as a panic buy after United’s move for Josh King collapsed, but the Nigerian proved his worth and is desperate to stay at Old Trafford. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also wants to keep the experienced forward, but his loan deal expires in six days and the report claims “talks between the two clubs have reached an impasse”. United could sign Ighalo permanently, but Shanghai have placed a £20million price tag on the former Watford man and United are not keen on a permanent deal.Advertisement Shanghai meanwhile are eager to get Igahlo back with the delayed Chinese Super League season likely to start as soon as next month, and have offered Ighalo a new three-and-a-half-year contract that runs until January 1, 2024 which is worth £400,000 per week. United have been impressed with Ighalo in his time at the club, but United will not sanction a permanent deal for the player due to his age. read also:Ighalo to pen massive deal at Shenhua after Man Utd exit Solskjaer also has plenty of options in attack with Rashford close to a return to full fitness and Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood fit and available. The paper does though claim that Solskjaer is intent on signing a striker in the summer, but whether that will be a world-class frontman or a back-up forward remains to be seen. The Manchester Evening News claim “there is no need this summer to spend millions on another world-class centre forward” with Greenwood in development and “the door open” for a move for Erling Haaland in a year or two. They suggest a back-up striker will be on the agenda for Solskjaer, but The Times note that Lyons’s Moussa Dembele is “among his targets”. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DronePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThailand’s 10 Most Iconic Landmarks Manchester United are on the hunt for a striker with Odion Ighalo likely to leave Manchester United on Sunday and return to Shanghai Shenhua.
Hernandez’s late return for pre-season training after appearing in the Confederations Cup for Mexico means he has been one of the players who has struggled to make an impact during David Moyes’ first couple of months as United manager. So far he has managed just two starts, plus three more substitute appearances amounting to a grand total of 34 minutes. Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is determined to prove himself worthy of a regular spot with the Old Trafford outfit. Hernandez has still made a positive impact, scoring the only goal in last month’s Capital One Cup win over Liverpool at Old Trafford. But he wants more, even if he acknowledges the competition is pretty stiff. “I am going on four years here at Manchester United and, like I have always said, I am happy to be able to play for one of the best clubs in the world,” he told Mexican TV station Deportes Telemundo. “I am happy, doing my best every single day to earn more minutes on the pitch. “All of us want to be able to contribute our part so this team can win championships.” Yet, with Wayne Rooney remaining at Old Trafford, it is hard to see how Hernandez can make the permanent breakthrough he has been craving since arriving at United from Mexican outfit Chivas in 2010. And that may eventually force the 25-year-old to look elsewhere in a bid to further his career. “I strive for that, I am working towards that; earning a spot as a starter,” said Hernandez, who over the coming days will attempt to revive Mexico’s fortunes and prevent them from missing their first World Cup since 1990. Press Association “I know my performance on the pitch will allow me to achieve that goal some day either here [in Manchester] or elsewhere for any other club. “I just need to be given more opportunities to showcase what I can do.” It is a tricky situation though as Hernandez clearly relishes the battle for a first-team spot with such stellar team-mates. “What better way to compete anywhere in the world than to compete with them (Rooney and Robin van Persie)?” he said. “The competition inside the team has always been really healthy. That helps a lot. Everyone wants to earn a starting spot.” And after such a difficult start to the season, that competition is exactly what United need to push themselves back up the table. “The training and matches coming up will force us to step up and help the team grow both at an individual and collective level,” he added.
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — Eric Dungey popped up from the ground, threw his right arm forward to signal a first down while letting out a yell and wrapped his arms around one of his offensive linemen.He had just sealed a Syracuse win with a 4-yard first down run with a minute left in the game. And Dungey’s reaction was a stark contrast from the quarterback that earlier in the game blindly shoved two players on the sideline starting a scrum, seemingly apologized to several of his teammates for his actions and sat dejected on the bench with a towel over his head.Dungey and Syracuse had their struggles on Saturday. But led by the quarterback’s career day, the Orange weathered both. Dungey completed 32-of-38 passes for 434 yards and three touchdowns — excluding a backward pass to Ervin Philips for a score. SU (4-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) came close to blowing a fourth-quarter lead, but outlasted Boston College (3-4, 0-4), 28-20, in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts to snap an eight-game road conference losing streak.Syracuse strung together two wins in a row for the first time since September of last year. Boston College hasn’t won an ACC game in its last 12 tries.Dungey’s 434 passing yards were a career high (second-best ever for SU) and his 488 yards of offense amounted to be the second-highest single-game total in SU history.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEmma Comtois | Senior Design Editor“We had mistakes. We weren’t perfect,” Syracuse head coach Dino Babers said. “But we’re human, and we’re excited to be at .500.”The game was ugly from the start. Rain steadily poured down as four penalties happened before the game could even total two snaps.Dungey’s first touchdown pass (which was actually a backward throw credited as a run for Philips) was sandwiched by an interception and fumble.The interception came on the Orange’s first drive and led to a BC field goal when cornerback William Harris returned the ball 64 yards and the Eagles got another 15 yards on Dungey’s late hit out of bounds that started a scuffle. The touchdown came a drive later to put SU ahead, 7-3. But when the Orange found the red zone on its next offensive possession, Dungey lost the ball pulling out of the snap from under center — giving up the ball again. He pulled out early, he said, and lost grip of the wet ball.Dungey took to the bench on the sideline with a towel draped over his head. Co-offensive coordinator Sean Lewis and backup quarterback Zack Mahoney came over to calm him down.Dungey ran his hands and the towel over his face and through his hair repeatedly.“Just kind of frustration,” Dungey said of his feelings on the sideline. “We need to understand we don’t always do a good job.”MORE COVERAGE:Eric Dungey on sideline scuffle: ‘Some guy’s standing over me talking smack’Graphical breakdown of SU’s win over Boston CollegePoll: Will Syracuse make a bowl game this year?Outside recievers Amba Etta-Tawo and Steve Ishmael shine in Syracuse football’s 28-20 win over Boston College Published on October 22, 2016 at 6:01 pm Contact Jon: firstname.lastname@example.org | @jmettus Yooo #Syracuse’s QB has marbles! Savage tackle after he throws a pick and then gets up ready to rumble. #Cuse #BC #CollegeFootball pic.twitter.com/UnIAeU7C5x— The PUP List (@ThePUPListBlog) October 22, 2016 Facebook Twitter Google+ When the two left, SU receiver Amba Etta-Tawo and Dungey talked from across the bench.“(I’m) saying the game’s not over,” Etta-Tawo said. “It’s not over until the clock ticks zero, so there’s a lot of football to be played. Just keep your head up and worry about the next play.”Fortunately for Dungey and the Orange, it got better.He found Philips on a 10-yard slant for the rest of SU’s scoring in the second quarter and the rain cleared up during halftime.In the third quarter, Dungey lofted a pass to Ishmael in the back right corner of the end zone for a touchdown to cap an 86-yard drive that started when linebacker Parris Bennett snagged an interception near the goal line. The potential 14-point swing put the Orange ahead, 21-10.“Something that we’ve gotten better at as a defense and as a team,” Bennett said, “just making sure the negative plays don’t affect the next play.”Boston College erased the score with a 75-yard touchdown run by quarterback Patrick Towles two plays later.Dungey had another slip up of his own, coughing up the football on a sack with less than five minutes left in a one-score game. But the defense bailed him out with a breakup in the end zone on fourth down.The quarterback got the ball back and picked up the crucial first down himself to hold on.It wasn’t pretty, but Syracuse put itself within two wins of a bowl game appearance with four games left in the season. Comments