COLUMBUS, OH – NOVEMBER 26: Mike Weber #25 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown during the second half against the Michigan Wolverines at Ohio Stadium on November 26, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)An Ohio State football star appears to be going with a new jersey number for this afternoon’s game against Michigan at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.Buckeyes’ star running back Mike Weber, who missed his team’s game against Maryland last week, is believed to be good to go against the Wolverines.Weber is dressed and participating in warmups this morning. He’s doing so in a new jersey number, too.Jeremy Birmingham of Lettermen Row tweeted out that Weber is sporting No. 5 on the field this afternoon.“For some reason Mike Weber is wearing No. 5 today for the Buckeyes. At least in pregame,” he tweeted.For some reason Mike Weber is wearing No. 5 today for the Buckeyes. At least in pregame.— Jeremy Birmingham (@Birm) November 24, 2018Weber appeared to reveal on Twitter last night that he would be wearing No. 5. It looks like this is the jersey number Weber grew up wearing.Check it out:pic.twitter.com/TghYPbxqms— Mike Weber (@mikeweberjr) November 24, 2018Weber has been pumped up for this game against Michigan all week.He responded to a Michigan player’s “guarantee” earlier in the week:“ I gUaRanTEe A wIn” pic.twitter.com/JKJmmiNrXl— Mike Weber (@mikeweberjr) November 20, 2018And he posted this photo to begin the week:pic.twitter.com/N1R3g3DQGi— Mike Weber (@mikeweberjr) November 19, 2018Ohio State and Michigan are set to kick off at noon E.T.The game will be on FOX.
Summer is here and the longer hours of sunlight could help Nova Scotians win solar energy prizes. The Nova Scotia Department of Energy, Solar Nova Scotia, and the Ecology Action Centre, launched a contest and campaign today, June 21, to get Nova Scotians to identify solar energy projects across the province. “Nova Scotia has one of the best climates in Canada for solar energy,” said Andy O’Brien, Solar Homes inventory co-ordinator for the Ecology Action Centre. “We often forget that the coldest days in winter are usually the sunniest.” Contest entries can be made by clicking on the Solar Homes Inventory Project (SHIP) logo at www.solarns.ca and reporting solar and renewable energy installations made anywhere in the province. Feature case studies and photographs will be available on the Solar Nova Scotia website to help home and business owners understand the equipment and architecture used to harness renewable energy. The Department of Energy is providing $25,000 for the project. Funding will allow Solar Nova Scotia and the Ecology Action Centre to update the solar database, expand the website, and promote renewable energy buildings across the province. The original database was created in 1979. Contest winners will be determined from entries received between June 21 and Aug. 6. Winners will be announced on Sept. 23.