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)The NCAA announced this afternoon a 2019-20 postseason ban for Missouri’s football program and everyone’s now talking about Kelly Bryant’s future.Bryant, the former Clemson quarterback, transferred out of Dabo Swinney’s program and into Missouri’s following the 2018 season.The former Clemson QB considered several major programs, including Arkansas, Auburn, Miami and North Carolina, before deciding on Missouri.Now, with Missouri banned from playing in the postseason, many are wondering if Bryant is going to stick around or head elsewhere.Bryant has just one season of eligibility left. Is he willing to spend it at a program that is unable to make a bowl game?Maybe.But, if he does decide to leave Missouri, he should be able to play right away at another school.An NCAA bylaw states that Bryant should have immediate eligibility at a new program thanks to Missouri’s postseason ban.“If the post-season sanction extends for his remaining career — one year, in his case — he can transfer without penalty. NCAA Bylaw 14.7.2 (c),” Cecil Hurt tweeted.If the post-season sanction extends for his remaining career — one year, in his case — he can transfer without penalty. NCAA Bylaw 14.7.2 (c)— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) January 31, 2019Bryant picked Missouri because of its offensive system and its potential to develop him into an NFL quarterback, so he could decide on staying put. It’s unlikely that Missouri would have contended for a College Football Playoff berth or major bowl appearance in 2019 regardless of the postseason ban.Stay tuned.
UK CV manufacturing output rolling year totalUK CV manufacturing output, year-to-date, 2012-2014Click through to download the UK CV manufacturing news release for June 2014.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Commercial vehicle production continued to decline in June, reflecting 2013 structural changes.Volumes fell 25.4% in June and 23% over the first half of the year, with production for both home and export markets affected.Output expected to stabilise in second half of the year.“UK commercial vehicle manufacturing figures continue to be swayed by operational restructuring in 2013 and the pull-forward of demand in the heavy commercial sector,” said Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive. “There are signs of optimism, however, with double-digit growth in European commercial vehicle registrations, and the emergence of new products and investments across the sector.”