CHARLOTTE, NC – DECEMBER 02: Kelly Bryant #2 of the Clemson Tigers reacts after a touchdown against the Miami Hurricanes in the third quarter during the ACC Football Championship at Bank of America Stadium on December 2, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Earlier this week, Clemson benched quarterback Kelly Bryant in favor of true freshman QB Trevor Lawrence. That decision by Dabo Swinney is under heavy scrutiny on Saturday afternoon after Lawrence left the game with an injury.Bryant could have hopped in as the team’s backup, but the senior decided to announce his transfer rather than sit on the sideline for the remainder of his career. He was afforded that opportunity by the new redshirt rule that allows players to redshirt if they’ve played fewer than four games in a season.With Clemson trailing Syracuse and Trevor Lawrence out of the game, many are calling for Kelly Bryant to come back to the program. But can he?According to Dennis Dodd, the answer is yes.Am told IF Kelly Bryant hasn’t withdrawn and IF he wanted to come back, there is a reinstatement process where he could return to Clemson.— Dennis Dodd (@dennisdoddcbs) September 29, 2018Now the question becomes, would he want to come back?We’ll have to wait and see. Meanwhile, Clemson trails 23-20 with just under nine minutes left in the game.
zoom Six new type very large gas carriers (VLGCs), as well as two conventional VLGCs, and three medium gas carriers (MGCs), will be equipped with complete Wärtsilä gas cargo handling systems. Wärtsilä said that the systems minimise the time the carriers need to be docked at the gas terminals, thereby reducing the operational costs.The contracts for a total of 11 systems with Wärtsilä were signed in November, and the deliveries are scheduled for the period between late 2016 and early 2018.Wärtsilä’s gas reliquefaction plants have a higher refrigeration capacity and better efficiency than earlier versions delivered to VLGC’s. According to the company, the plants will be capable of handling propane with a high ethane content, i.e. 8,5% mol.“During recent years we have delivered numerous systems for different sizes and types of these ships, and these latest contracts provide further evidence of our leading technologies in this field,” says Timo Koponen, Vice President, Flow and Gas Solutions, Wärtsilä.The ships are all being built at the South Korean Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyards (HMD) facilities for Greek, Korean, Norwegian and Singaporean owners.Scheduled for delivery during 2017 and 2018, the new type VLGCs have a cargo capacity of 78,700 m3 and have been designed to meet the size requirements for the current Panama Canal.The complete scope of the Wärtsilä cargo handling systems includes the cargo pumps, inert gas plants, and an equipment package comprising compressors, heat exchangers and control systems. Wärtsilä will also provide the necessary engineering, arrangement drawings, site commissioning at the yards, and crew training.