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first_imgNAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger asked NCUA to release an outline of regulatory changes it is considering on supplemental capital before a formal rulemaking is released. A proposed rulemaking is expected before year-end, NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz told a House Financial Services subcommittee this summer.Testifying before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit in July, Matz said the anticipated proposed rule would allow supplemental capital to be counted toward credit unions’ risk-based capital ratios under the RBC final rule, slated for implementation in 2019.Berger wrote Monday that any regulatory changes the agency plans to make on supplemental capital will “benefit from additional discourse and debate.” Hunt’s letter was sent to Matz, NCUA Vice Chairman Rick Metsger and Board Member J. Mark McWatters. continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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first_img— N.C. State’s Dave Doeren might be a touch underrated knowing the Wolfpack have a .641 winning percentage the last three seasons and have done an excellent job producing NFL talent.—  Mad about your coach’s ranking? Don’t be. Eight coaches are ranked from No. 34-49, starting with Syracuse’s Dino Babers and ending with first-year Louisville coach Scott Satterfield. There’s not much separation between those coaches and they likely will shuffle in this range again in 2020.— Among returning coaches, Babers jumped 47 spots from last year’s overall rankings for the biggest gain. Virginia Tech’s Justin Fuente had an 14-spot fall for the biggest drop. Mack Brown is back in the ACC with North Carolina. Is he really the No. 2 coach in the conference?  Sporting News answered that question in its annual 1-130 coach rankings. Today, we’ll dig a little deeper into our ACC coach rankings. Brown is ranked No. 2 among ACC coaches behind Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, who has won two national championships in the last three years. Swinney is the runaway at No. 1 in this year’s rankings. Brown, 67, is back after a five-year hiatus following his stint at Texas. We can defend this ranking, too.MORE: ACC 2019 early conference primerBrown is one of just five FBS coaches with a national championship. Brown made aggressive coordinator hires in getting offensive coordinator Phil Longo from Ole Miss and defensive coordinator Jay Bateman from Army. We have the feeling he’s out to prove the game hasn’t passed him by. That will translate to the Tar Heels competing for ACC Coastal Division championships sooner rather than later.Plus, the rest of the field is lumped together. With that in mind, here is a look at our ACC coach rankings:   2019 ACC Coach Rankings  RankNameSchoolWLPCT.OVR1Dabo SwinneyClemson11630.79522Mack BrownNorth Carolina244122.667243David CutcliffeDuke111101.524274Dino BabersSyracuse3628.563345Dave DoerenNorth Carolina State6638.635356Justin FuenteVirginia Tech5138.573387Pat NarduzziPittsburgh2824.538428Dave ClawsonWake Forest6066.476459Bronco MendenhallVirginia11565.6394710Willie TaggartFlorida State5257.4774811Scott SatterfieldLouisville4716.7464912Steve AddazioBoston College3838.5006114Manny DiazMiami00.0006813Geoff CollinsGeorgia Tech1510.60069MORE: SN’s post-spring preseason top 25Quick reads  — There is a strong argument to be made for Duke’s David Cutcliffe in the top 25 (or even higher) knowing he has led the Blue Devils to five winning seasons in the last six years.last_img read more

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first_imgAzam Uganda Premier LeagueTuesday, 08-05-2018Kirinya JSS 1-1 Vipers @BugembeURS 0-0 Masavu @NambooleMoses Waiswa was on target for Vipers against KirinyaVipers FC missed a chance to go seven points ahead of their nearest title challengers as they drew 1-1 at Kirinya JSS.The Venoms started the day five points ahead of then second placed Villa and knew that despite a win for KCCA, they would temporarily go seven points ahead of the Kasasiro Boys but Kirinya had other ideas.The Jinja based side took the lead as early as the 9th minute through Isma Kawawulo whose close range effort proved too much for Vipers custodian Ismail Watenga.The rest of the first half saw limited goal mouth action as Vipers asserted their authority onto Charles Ayieko’s men.Twelve minutes into the second half, midfielder Moses Waiswa restored purity for the venoms via a ferocious strike from 25 yards.Despite head coach Miguel da Costa returning to the touchline after completing his four match ban, Vipers could not find a winner that they had become accustomed to lately.With KCCA winning 2-0 at home to Proline on the same day, the draw leaves Vipers with 59 points from 28 games, five ahead of the Kasasiro Boys who have a game in hand on the Venoms.SC Villa who where not in action are third on 53 points from 27 games and will return to action on Friday away to eternal rivals Express FC who are battling the drop.For Kirinya, they remain fifth on the table with 40 points from 29 games and that is the highest they can finish as Onduparaka who seat fourth hold a healthy four points lead on them.Elsewhere, Masavu gave them selves a glimmer of hope in their bid to avoid relegation thanks to a hard fought 0-0 draw away to URA FC at the Mandela National Stadium in Namboole.Masavu kept survival hopes alive with draw at URAThe Entebbe based side came into the game knowing that defeat would all but condemn them to the drop on the first attempt to life in the top tier.Without assistant coach Alex Gitta who threw in the towel last week, the visitors put up a performance that deterred that four-time champions from hitting the back of their net.It was a third successive draw for URA under interim coach Sam Ssimbwa and the result leaves the Tax Collectors 10th on the log with 34 points.Masavu stays rooted at the bottom of the 16-team table with 26 points and will host six time champions Express FC in a do or die tie at Fisheries Ground, Bugonga on the final day of the season.The match against the Red Eagles could relegate either one or both teams at the sound of the final whistle.Other game played on Tuesday:KCCA FC 2-0 Proline FC.Azam UPL next fixtures:Wednesday, 09-05-2018:• Mbarara City vs Onduparaka FC – Kakyeka Stadium, Mbarara.Friday, 11th May 2018:• Express Vs SC Villa Jogoo – Wankulukuku Stadium• BUL Vs Bright Stars – Kakindu Stadium, Jinja• UPDF Vs Soana – Bombo Military Barracks Stadium• Maroons Vs Police – Luzira Prisons StadiumSaturday, 19th May 2018:• Bright Stars Vs KCCA – Champions Stadium, MwererweMonday, 21st May 2018:• Proline Vs SC Villa Jogoo – Star Times Stadium, LugogoTuesday, 22nd May 2018:• Vipers Vs Express -St Mary’s Kitende• KCCA Vs BUL – Star Times Stadium, LugogoComments Tags: kirinya jssmasavu FCmoses waiswaURA FCvipers sclast_img read more

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