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College football odds, picks, predictions for Week 6, 2020: Proven model backing Florida, Notre Dame

Mike Leach’s Air Raid offense overwhelmed LSU in an upset two weeks ago, but fell flat in Mississippi State’s 21-14 loss to Arkansas last week. The Week 6 college football odds from William Hill list the Bulldogs as two-point underdogs at Kentucky as quarterback K.J. Costello and the offense try to get back in gear. Elsewhere in the SEC, No. 21 Texas A&M will try to get back on track after being blown out by Alabama last week, but the Aggies have another top-tier opponent this week in No. 4 Florida.

The latest Week 6 college football spreads show the Gators as 6.5-point road favorites in that matchup. Where is the value in college football bets in the SEC and elsewhere around the nation? Before making any Week 6 college football picks on those games or others, be sure to see the latest college football predictions from SportsLine’s proven model.

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Master P, Dame Dash, Yandy Smith to headline day 2 of virtual RIDE Conference

On Sept. 26, several top-notch figures in business, technology, sports, music, and film will be present at the 2020 RIDE Conference.

The 4th annual Rolling Out Innovation Digital Entertainment Conference will be virtual as attendees will be allowed to witness panels and sessions featuring Dame Dash, Yandy Smith, Master P, Goodie Mob and more.

The 2020 RIDE Conference can be attended by purchasing tickets HERE. 

Dash will sit down with Munson Steed for a “CEO-to-CEO” session to share his insight on ownership in the industries of music, film, TV and art.

Yandy Smith will share her thoughts on social justice following the Breonna Taylor decision.

Greg Street will moderate a panel on sneaker culture.

Trajan Langdon, Swin Cash and Keia Clark will also tackle diversity in the executive ranks in sports with the “The Evolution of the Black Sports Professional.”

And RIDE Star Studio Awards will honor the legacy of

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Notre Dame offering new dual master’s program – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — A dual master’s degree program in global affairs and business administration is now possible at Notre Dame after the Keough School of Global Affairs and Mendoza College of Business formed a partnership. The MGA/MBA program allows students the opportunity to finish two two-year degree programs within three years.

“Knowing how to engage with the private sector can be an important tool for becoming an effective and ethical changemaker,” said Becca Méndez, associate director of the master of global affairs program. “In an increasingly global workforce, having skills and knowledge in these complementary fields provides a real benefit.”

Notre Dame MBA program director Kelli Kilpatrick says a master’s degree in global affairs paired with a master of business administration complement each other well. 

“The combination of the two creates an intersection of business and global affairs and would be an attractive course of

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Keough School of Global Affairs and Mendoza College of Business launch dual master’s degree program | News | Notre Dame News

Timothy Derr and his classmates attend a presentation in North Macedonia in March as part of a Business on the Frontlines course offered by the Mendoza College of Business.

The University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs and Mendoza College of Business have partnered to offer a dual master’s degree program in global affairs and business administration. The MGA/MBA program serves students with academic and professional interests in global affairs and business. The new program enables students to complete two two-year degree programs within three years.

“Knowing how to engage with the private sector can be an important tool for becoming an effective and ethical changemaker,” said Becca Méndez, associate director of the master of global affairs program. “In an increasingly global workforce, having skills and knowledge in these complementary fields provides a real benefit.”

“A master in global affairs is a perfect complement to a master of

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