TUCSON, AZ – NOVEMBER 24: Quarterback Manny Wilkins #5 of the Arizona State Sun Devils holds the Territorial Cup as he celebrates with fans following a 41-40 victory against the Arizona Wildcats during the college football game at Arizona Stadium on November 24, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)The Arizona State Sun Devils finished the season with a 7-5 record and a big win over rival Arizona. Let’s take a look at where the team could be headed for its bowl game this December.Arizona State lost to San Diego State, Washington, Colorado, Stanford and Oregon. The Sun Devils took down UTSA, Michigan State, Oregon State, USC, Utah, UCLA and Arizona.It was a solid year for Herm Edwards in his return to coaching.Arizona State finished with a 5-4 record in the Pac-12, one game behind South division champion Utah. The Sun Devils are in the second tier of bowl-eligible teams in the league.As-of Friday night, Sports Illustrated’s Eric Single had Arizona State projected to the Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl, taking on Boise State.That contest would take place on December 15 in Las Vegas.Arizona State will have a shot at picking up its eighth win of the season against whoever it faces in its bowl game. We’ll know the team’s actual fate on Sunday afternoon.
A DUBLIN COUNCILLOR has said water restrictions in Dublin “may endanger public safety” as Dublin Fire Brigade gears up to deal with one of its busiest nights of the years tomorrow.Water supplies in the four Dublin Local Authority areas were shut off at 8pm tonight until 7am tomorrow morning with Dublin City Council saying today the restrictions will be in place until next Monday and possibly beyond that.Dublin councillor Cormac Devlin said today he was concerned that “public safety could be put at risk as a consequence of these sweeping water restrictions” during the Halloween period.One Dublin Fire Brigade source said it was “unfortunate the council decided to do this during our busiest time”.“It might cause a problem for us,” they said. “We”ll be able to handle small fires but if it’s something more substantial we might have to draw water from an open source like a river or a small lake.”As a contingency, the fire brigade has two large water tankers with a combined capacity of over 37,000 litres that will be available tomorrow night.However Dublin councillor Devlin called on the council to immediately suspend restrictions over the Halloween period.Related: Restaurants, hotels and pubs wait to find out effects of water restrictions>Read: Council issues water-saving tips ahead of Dublin night restrictions>