Sports USA: Survey of 30 million vehicles for suspected airbags
Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall announces he's retiring at season's end
After loss to Holy Cross dropped the Huskies' record to 0-2, Edsall, 63, announces his 17th season at Connecticut over two stints will be his last.Edsall, who is in his second stint at UConn, has led the Huskies to a 6-22 record since returning to Storrs four years ago.
USA-Automobile-SECURITE: USA: Survey of 30 million vehicles for suspected airbags Defective
defective airbags by David Shepardson
Washington (Reuters) - The Road Safety Authority in the United States, NHTSA, opened an investigation of 30 million vehicles produced by nearly about twenty car manufacturers for Defective presumed takata airbags shows a government document that Reuters could consult Sunday.
The Federal Agency started on Friday the analysis of about 30 million vehicles produced between 2001 and 2019. The manufacturers were informed of the opening of the investigation, which was not made public at the moment.
Washington Football Team places QB Ryan Fitzpatrick on injured reserve with hip injury
Washington's new quarterback suffered a hip subluxation Sunday vs. the Chargers and will miss at least three weeks as Taylor Heinicke steps into lineup.Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, 38, suffered a hip subluxation – that means the ball of his femur at least partially dislocated from the hip socket. He is going on injured reserve, ESPN reporting Fitzpatrick will miss up to eight weeks.
are concerned in particular cars assembled by Honda, Ford, Toyota, General Motors, Nissan, Subaru, Tesla, Ferrari, Mazda, Daimler AG, BMW Chrysler, Porsche and Jaguar Land Rover.
No comment was obtained immediately from the manufacturers, while NHTSA should make an official announcement Monday. The Federal Agency has declined a request for comment.
During the past decade, more than 67 million Takata airbags were recalled in the United States. At the global level, this number exceeds 100 million.
At least 28 deaths around the world, including 19 in the United States, were attributed to defective Takata Airbags.
(Reporting David Shepardson, French version Jean Terzian)
Fresno State gets $1.1M guarantee, and win, from No. 13 UCLA on bad night for Pac-12 .
Fresno State has beaten UCLA twice in past four seasons and collected a total of $1.75 million in appearance money for those games.It was the second time in four seasons that the Bulldogs have visited the Rose Bowl and come away with both significant guarantee money and a victory. In 2018, they beat UCLA, 38-14, in a game for which Fresno State was paid $650,000.