AUBURN, AL – SEPTEMBER 19: A general view of Jordan-Hare Stadium during the game between the Auburn Tigers and the West Virginia Mountaineers on September 19, 2009 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Auburn will have to face Kent State this weekend without its top pass catcher. Wide receiver Seth Williams has been declared out.Williams injured his shoulder in last week’s 24-6 win over Tulane. He scored the game-winning touchdown in the final seconds against Oregon in Week 1.Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn confirmed Williams will miss Saturday’s game but left open the possibility he could play in the Tigers’ SEC opener against Texas A&M on September 21.“We’ll see where he’s at, like I said Sunday, about his availability for the next week,” Malzahn said, via AL.com. “I think it’s kind of a day-to-day deal as far as that goes.” Auburn wide receiver Seth Williams is out for week 3— Ryan Hennessy (@RyanHennessyTV) September 10, 2019Williams has five catches for 81 yards and that clutch touchdown against the Ducks through his first two games.As a freshman in 2018, he hauled in 26 passes for 534 yards (20.5 per reception) and five touchdowns.Auburn will host Kent State on Saturday night. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
Around 1,000 UN troops and UN and Haitian police surrounded the neighbourhood, set up checkpoints and started patrolling during the operation, started yesterday, which is the second phase of the effort by the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) since December to neutralize armed groups in the district and increase security there. Meanwhile, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said its independent expert on Haitian human rights, Louis Joinet, started a weeklong visit to the Caribbean country today to verify that the Government was implementing its obligations and find out where it might need assistance. During the visit, his seventh to Haiti, Mr. Joinet will meet with Haitian authorities, including senior officials of the Transitional Government and senior magistrates in the judiciary. He was also scheduled to talk to representatives of the United Nations system in Haiti, including MINUSTAH, as well as the Organization of American States (OAS) and members of civil society.