Share This!©DisneyAre you looking forward to celebrating friendship with Pixar Fest at the Disneyland Resort? Pixar Fest will kick off on April 13 and run through September 3. This special limited-time event will bring favorite Pixar stories and characters together with special parades, fireworks and more throughout the Disneyland Resort. Guests will also be able to experience new décor, atmosphere entertainment, themed food and beverage and new merchandise items. And yes, there will be Pixar characters too.With those exciting dining opportunities, Guests will be able to take advantage of special dining packages. Take a look at what you can expect:Paint the Night Parade Dining PackageEnjoy a a mouthwatering meal at one of two premier Disney California Adventure Park restaurants. Choose between Carthay Circle Restaurant or Wine Country Trattoria. After your meal, you’ll receive a voucher for entrance to one of the reserved areas designated for viewing Paint the Night. At Carthay Circle, Guests will be able to enjoy a full-service, 4-course dinner from the prix fixe menu. Dinner costs $99 for adults and $45 for children (ages 3 to 9). At Wine Country Trattoria, Guests will enjoy a 3-course lunch or dinner from the prix fixe menu. Lunch starts at $38 for adults and $21 for children (ages 3 to 9). Dinner starts at $49 for adults and $25 for children (ages 3 to 9).Sonoma Terrace Paint the Night Parade ReceptionWith the Sonoma Terrace Paint the Night Parade Reception at Disney California Adventure, Guests can take in the parade from a unique vantage point all while enjoying a charcuterie tray and desserts served with wine, beer, Coca-Cola or other non-alcoholic beverages, plus boxed truffles to enjoy later. The cost is $79 per person (tax and gratuity included).Pixar Play Parade Dining PackageIn Disneyland, experience Pixar Fest by dining at Plaza Inn before enjoying Pixar Play Parade. Dine on a delicious picnic-inspired meal with a chicken breast and leg, white cheddar macaroni and cheese, lemon green beans, watermelon salad, pudding dessert and your choice of beverage. The kid’s meal will include chicken tenders, choice of side, fruit, pudding dessert and your choice of beverage. In addition, vegetarian options are available upon request. Those who book this dining package will receive Disney FASTPASS for special reserved viewing areas for Pixar Play Parade.Reservations for the first two dining packages are available now and the Pixar Play Parade Dining Package will be available to book in early March.
18 September 2013Justice and Constitutional Development Minister Jeff Radebe has beefed up local court capacity to speed up the hearing of cases related to violence on the mines in South Africa’s North West province.Radebe has annexed the magisterial districts of Brits, Mankwe and Rustenburg to the Bafokeng magisterial districts to deal with such cases until the backlog has normalised in the province, the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development said this week.Department spokesperson Mthunzi Mhaga said this was a temporary measure aimed purely at beefing up the Bafokeng Magistrate’s Court with additional magistrate prosecutors and court staff to speed up the hearing of cases emanating from the mines.This was in line with the Case Backlog Project initiated by the ministry in 2006 to deal with case backlogs nationally.The surge of labour unrest and related violence on the country’s platinum mines since August last year has also prompted the government to rethink some of its laws. The Dangerous Weapons Bill, which prohibits the carrying of weapons such as knobkerries and spears in public, was recently signed into law.The government, police and mining stakeholders have also launched a mine crime combating forum to tackle unrest and restore calm in South Africa’s mining sector.The forum, which will be set up first in Rustenburg, Klerksdorp and Brits in North West province, will put extra capacity in place in the form of detectives and specialist prosecution teams to prosecute cases of intimidation, assault and murder on the mines.It will also prioritise the investigation and finalisation of cases arising from lawlessness in the appropriate, designated courts, as well as oversee the enforcement of municipal by-laws related to gatherings and demonstrations.While tackling unrest in the industry, the forum will also serve as a platform for information sharing, which it is hoped will lead to improved communication and less unprotected industrial action.Source: SAnews.gov.za
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#cloud#events#news Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… I am sitting among the SAP influencers at SAP SapphireNow, all excited about what we have been waiting for this week and that’s the keynote featuring executive board member Vishal Sikka and SAP Founder Dr. Hasso Plattner.It’s a time to reflect on the network. Millions of people are online with data growing exponentially. But the latency issue is not going away. It’s actually getting worse. We talk about always being online but it’s clear offline access will be increasingly important. That issue in itself drives demand for in-memory technology. It’s Ground Hog day all over again. As Forrester’s Paul Hammerman just tweeted: “Expecting detailed discussion of in-memory computing as the future for analytics, transactions and cloud apps from Hasso.”Let’s get started.9:01 a.m. EST: The crowd is moving into the main tent. 9:14 a.m. EST: Lights just dimmed. Emcees are taking the stage. Vishal Sikka is taking the stage.9:16 a.m.: No matter how great the innovation it can not disrupt the client’s work. Sikka is talking in context to SAP HANA, the in-memory technology.9:21 a.m.: HANA revolutionized how SAP manages data. They were able to process 460 billion lines of data in far less time. It made SAP re-think its application development. Sikka calls it a once in a lifetime opportunity. Sikka is calling up a Colgate executive to thank him for HANA who calls the technology a game changer. After Colgate proved it worked, the company did a test in Mexico, one of its largest markets. Sales people are able to run sales reports hundreds of times faster.9:27 a.m.: Bosch case study is about financial analysis and how customers feel about the product. They can change products and add new ones. Things that once took days now takes seconds. A Caterpillar executive is talking about the analytics that can be turned around in seconds. A Russia oil company challenged SAP to analyze oil production all over the world. The company drills and transports oil using huge amounts of resources. Working in real-time to manage resources, there is a new opportunity to see and use the data. 9:35 a.m.: How do you see real-time views with a worldwide operation? The challenge with Nestle was to accelerate to near real-time so users could see data in a 2,000 time performance improvement. 9:38 a.m.: We”re now talking about real-time analytics and how NRI, a Japanese company is using it to do real-time tracking of traffic data. SAP Hana allowed the company to take 360 million lines of data and process it to optimize taxi routes.9:41 a.m.: A consortium of companies is owned by Canoe Ventures that is developing interactive advertising for television. Real-time analytics are critical for analyzing the advertising and providing the results.9:43 a.m.: Infosys, one of the largest IT consulting companies in the world, to do margin management. Infosys leverages HANA to simulate margins in a top down fashion. The results seem to hold a lot of promise that is not constrained by data challenges.9:46 a.m.: SAP worked with Intel and its Xeon E-7 family of processors. Standard high volume server has four terabytes of memory. SAP HANA has ten cores. That’s a powerful machine!9:53 a.m.: In-memory technology will allow Cisco customers to do real-time analysis. They are able to drill down from 700 million lines of data. 9:56 a.m.: Openness and optimizing acros layers has to be tempered with consolidating existing legacy layers. That means rethinking existing applications and creating new ones.9:59 a.m.: Application bult natively on HANA is able to drill down to level of individual employee. T-Mobile used HANa to do real-time reporting with 66 million lines of data in seconds versus days.10:08 a.m.: The way applications are built can be simplified. To enable the new reality requires openness. Why then are legacy systems that are closed? SAP started working on SAP Netwever Gateway. It was designed to be open for developers. SAP’s partners at Adobe are working with HANA to combat piracy. Data can be analyzed and combined with financial information and other factors to reduce piracy.10:14 a.m. Microsoft and SAP are teaming to provide a gateway development kit for .NET developers to raise level of integration between companies.10:17 a.m.: The future of the cloud is an in-memory cloud, Sikka says. Example: Google instant search. This can be called the RAM cloud. 10:23 a.m.: We’re seeing a demo of the HANA Cloud with MediData. The pre-beta of SAP HANA AppCloud is now available from SAP.10:30 a.m.: Hasso Plattner is on stage, telling jokes. What a leader he is. He is responding to questions from customers. “Why is SAP investing in HANA?” Plattner is talking about the evolution of SAP Business Suite and why it needed to be transformed. The suite can shrink when the data is consolidated on HANA. It is the biggest investment by SAP in the last ten years.10:37 a.m.: SAP HANA is a project that simplifies more than adding complexity. That’s a big change for SAP.10:39 a.m.: The pieces of software have to be fairly independent. Seems like a loosely coupled approach. 10:41a.m.:Hardware is extremely attractive. Plattner is holding up an Apple MiniMac that can run HANA. It has two CPUs with four cores – a company can run on that.10:43 a.m.: SAP HANA gets closer to IBM Watson. At a co-location facility in California we are seeing a live feed of a data center running HANA on 1600 cores. Shows how HANA can be scaled. We are seeing how the architecture works and its redundancy.10:49 a.m.: Can anyone be as fast as we are?, Plattner asked. No,Plattner says. He made a veiled reference to Oracle and how HANA is a clear winner. “Cheers, Oracle!,” Plattner said.10:53 a.m.: SAP HANA runs Map/Reduce for distributed parallel computing. 10:55 a.m. Plattner calls HANA similar tp punch card systems that also did not aggregate data.11:03 a.m.: What new apps are possible? Interactive analytics, mobile applications, planning applications, text and unstructured applications are all possible. 11:12 a.m.: Seeing ATP (available to promise) examples that show real-time inventories. 11:20 a.m. Going to wrap this up. We’ll be back soon. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… alex williams Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Grants are available for innovative ideas to increase participation in grassroots and community based sport. The Australian Sports Foundation (ASF) has launched its Grants 4 Grassroots (G4G) Fund, a newly established small grants program funding innovative initiatives and programs aimed at increasing participation in grassroots and community based sport.G4G was set up to support non-profit organisations with a sporting purpose and sporting clubs throughout Australia. Grants ranging from $2,500-$10,000 will be made to support a variety of participation based projects such as the purchase of sporting equipment, sport development initiatives or improvements to sporting facilities. Funds raised for G4G come from generous donors who wish to see more people playing sport and benefiting from the enjoyment and positive social impacts that sport can have on people and their communities. Each year, the grant round will focus on a particular idea or theme and for 2014 the core objective is“Innovative community or grassroots projects which will increase youth participation in sport.” (Innovation is defined as making changes to encourage participation in your sport by introducing new methods, ideas, or products) To find out more information and to apply, please visit www.asf.org.au. Applications close at 5pm on Friday, 16 May. Related LinksGrants 4 Grassroots
TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Ex-Man City chief Cook involved in group to buy Newcastleby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Manchester City chief Garry Cook is involved in a group to buy Newcastle United.The Sun says Cook has already played a major role in the takeover at Wigan and has now moved on to this project.Who is funding the Cook group’s approach is unknown, but they are believed to be from the United States.Cook has strong business links there from his time at Nike and with a major e-sports group.He knows owner Mike Ashley from his years in football and the sportswear world, so he has an ‘in’ with the man who is now willing to sell the Magpies.
LONDON – British Prime Minister Theresa May said Tuesday that she wouldn’t agree to a Brexit deal with the European Union “at any cost,” as the two sides remained deadlocked on the issue of the Irish border.May briefed her Cabinet on progress toward an elusive divorce deal with the bloc. Talks are stuck on finding a way to ensure there are no customs posts or other checks along the border between the U.K.’s Northern Ireland and EU member Ireland.The two sides are working on a proposed solution involving a common customs arrangement for the U.K. and the EU. But May faces pressure from pro-Brexit Cabinet members not to agree to a solution that binds Britain to EU trade rules indefinitely after it leaves the bloc in March.EU leaders insist that for the “backstop” border guarantee to be effective it must be binding and can’t be time-limited.Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he was open to “creative solutions” for the border impasse, but “there can be no expiry date and there can be no unilateral exit clause.”“If it were to be either of those things, the backstop would not be worth the paper it was written on,” Varadkar told Irish lawmakers.May spokesman James Slack said the prime minister told Cabinet she was confident of reaching a deal, but added that “while the U.K. should aim to secure a withdrawal agreement as soon as possible, this should not be done at any cost.”He said “there remains a significant amount of work to do.”With Britain due to leave the EU on March 29, May is running out of time to find an agreement that is acceptable both to her divided Conservative government and to fellow EU nations.Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said the two negotiating teams are not yet close to agreement.“We are not there yet,” Barnier tweeted.Earlier, he told Belgian broadcaster RTBF that “there is still a real point of divergence on the way of guaranteeing peace in Ireland, that there are no borders in Ireland, while protecting the integrity of the single market.”
According to Stats Canada, Canadians who speak both French and English earn, on average, 10 percent more, and have a lower unemployment rate, compared to Canadians who only speak one of our two Official Languages.There are also cognitive developmental benefits of learning an additional language, such as: stronger listening skills, improved focus and concentration, increased ability to understand complex problems and higher tolerance, insight and understanding of other cultures.“Today we celebrate the strength and resilience of our multicultural and multilingual society. The continued growth of French immersion is a wonderful extension and reflection of our cultural heritage,” added Glyn Lewis, Executive Director of Canadian Parents for French BC & YK.To view the report; CLICK HERE VANCOUVER, B.C. – A recent report by Canadian Parents for French British Columbia and Yukon shares the enrollment in French Immersion has increased over the past 21 consecutive years.*As of the 2018-2019 school year, 53,995 students were enrolled in French immersion across BC or 9.49% of the entire student body.
Mid-day Meal, preliminarily taken as foundation model in primary schools of India has had a long trajectory with ups and downs as well as history since 1925, the year of its introduction which was earmarked for the disadvantaged children in Madras Municipal Corporation. By the mid-1980s, three states: Gujarat, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu, and the UT of Pondicherry had universalised a cooked Mid-day Meal Programme with their own resources for children studying at the primary stage. By 1990-91, the number of States implementing the Mid-day meal programme with their own resources on a universal or a large scale had increased to twelve states. Also Read – Hijacking Bapu’s legacy First judicial mandate Triggered by the ruling and mandate of the Supreme Court of India on 28 November 2001 as “Right of The Child (6 yrs to 14 yrs)”, the scenario had changed towards the better and widespread spectrum. Mid-day meal (MDM) in the form of a wholesome freshly-cooked lunch served to children on a daily basis has become a way of life in government and government-aided schools in India – touching upon millions of innocent lives and their parents … like the same in other developing countries. Also Read – The future is here! A list of benefits MDM does not warrant one single benefit like “adding the nutritional value to the child’s meal”, but manifold pouring into the confluence of equality, growth, nation building and all round buoyancy. Few are as under : Greater participation from the disadvantaged (Dalit, Tribals, and girls) Reduction of class conflict and classroom hunger for higher enrollment and retention Fostering change of mindset regarding gender and social bias at childhood Boosting female attendance to scale up attachment towards self-reliance Promotion of health and hygiene at the earliest stage Challenges and concerns : The way forward While keeping the main objective of the Mid-day Meal Scheme (i.e., the attainment of the goal of universalisation of primary education en masse) in view, there is a pipeline of challenges and concerns too, unwrapped as under : Proxy enrolment for meals Low infrastructure & high corruption Poor management & lack of supervision Persisting caste conflict at the rural level Attendance to school for a meal only Absence of social audit and SOP (Standard Operational Practice) Mammoth project , large coffer In all fitness of the things, such projects always remain a subject under the evaluation scanner in order to draw significant insight and inference to realise the trend. A total of 9.46 Crores of children are said to the beneficiaries in FY 2017-18 from 11.34 L schools. The erstwhile Planning Commission had allocated an outlay of Rs 90,155 crore in the 12th Five Year Plan for Mid Day Meal Scheme. The entire project is run by the Department of School Education & Literacy under the Ministry of Human Resource, Government of India. Current surveys for evaluation and findings This mammoth project, like similar other projects, inherits series of evaluation mechanism with an array of inbuilt components viz. periodical surveys, data collection and data dissemination till the end of the research, analysis and findings, etc. In the course of implementation, this one of a kind project has come a long way from a startup model to the scaled-up model. Before the end of the latest series of surveys conducted recently for the purpose of findings, the rate of admission was found to have shot to near 100 per cent with the real-time improvement of the quality of food and service. Confirming to the popular concept that Mid-day Meal brought an improvement in nutrition and enrollment, a recent but long term survey has not proved that there is sufficient reason to believe in the influence of Mid-day meal in the quality of primary education, received by the beneficiaries. Rather the condition in India is quite bleak. In one survey involving statistics of 1 lakh primary school goers across a few states, the following picture surfaced: Firstly, the majority of daily class training hours have been snatched away by meal management from the teaching staff, as a result of which, adverse reflection on the education delivery. Secondly, a low trend to learn has been noticed in one survey. 44 per cent of children within the age group (7yrs – 12yrs) are not able to read one paragraph in their own mother tongue. 50 per cent are not able to understand the basic logic of mathematics like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, etc. While analysing the behavioural pattern of such sample data of 1 lakh beneficiaries, the observations are of multiple shades. It is observed that when a child gets a first-time opportunity to avail for the first two years, there is a prolific improvement in his/her study habit and counting skill. Again, after 3 years of availing the scope, improvement reaches newer height. But, a steady availing of Mid-day meal for more than 3 years does not necessarily increase his absorption of knowledge in the same ratio or pattern. Rather, a stalemate situation in the growth of intellect is noted. There is no conclusion drawn over the assumption of the role and contribution of “Mid-day Meal” in enhancing the quality of education. On the contrary, the comfort level in study and counting skill increases only when the student-teacher time ratio shoots up, where the role of “Mid-day Meal” for few years is of a catalyst along with the other supply line – books, clothes, and other kits. One positive observation marked during the surveys is the phenomenal pointer over the issue of gender bias – i.e., both boys and girls are the beneficiaries. Mission: Spreading across time One survey shows the time essence in the unwrapping of the opportunity like the following: In 2002- Rajasthan had started “Mid-day Meal”, giving scope to the then students of Class I. West Bengal had started this journey in 2005 for a student of Class I. Therefore, the substantial growth had been observed in the case of the child of Rajasthan (studying in Class III) and the child of West Bengal (studying in Class V). In the initial part of this journey in India, much more priority had been given to the issue of child nutrition and classroom, hunger, etc. The focus on learning comes now as a deliverable, toying with various options in linking with the betterment of this scheme – management as well as the livelihood. One of the major challenges faced by the government was the successful implementation of the scheme. As per the NP-NSPE, 2006 Guidelines (Mid-day Meal Scheme Guidelines), wherever possible, the Government would mobilise community support and promote public-private partnership for the programme. The organisations, not-for-profits, such as Akshaya Patra, are therefore, encouraged to set up operations and act as the implementing arm of the Government. Of late, Bettiah district of Bihar and Thane district of Maharastra have employed mothers as quality monitors of Mid-day meal food served and it has produced good results. This should be replicated in the rest of the country. Seeking the help of corporate organisations is another easy way out — opening the door to a system of contractors to manage the operation professionally. Linkages: Innovative thoughts This phenomenal mission and the database of a huge number of beneficiaries, since predominantly going to be Aadhaar Card based, can be of multiple linkages in future. Out of which, “Skill India Mission” can be linked effectively for the purpose of livelihood linkages of the needy with several trades of Class VIII eligibility (welder, fitter, painter, workman, tailor, plumber, and many more) etc. They can be transformed as “Trained & Certified Skilled Resources” and connected to Wage Employment, protected by the Minimum Wages Act. Such linkages will transform a needy child to an earning member for his or her family – in order to complete a journey called from a non-entity to an identity. (Partha Pratim Majumder is Head of Social Initiatives Section, Indian Chamber of Commerce, Kolkata. The views expressed are strictly personal)
Tuesday night did not go the way the Indiana Pacers had hoped. Seeking to close out the Washington Wizards in Indianapolis, the home team instead lost by 23 points in a game that was all but over before the fourth quarter began.The Pacers were outplayed in a number of areas, but nowhere more so than in the rebounding battle. The final tally was 62-23 in favor of the Wizards, making it the largest rebounding differential in the NBA playoffs going back to the 1985-86 season.There were two challenges for the Pacers on Tuesday night: They didn’t get themselves in position to grab rebounds, and they didn’t convert those opportunities when they had them.The Pacers rely heavily on their starting five, a reliable rebounding group for most of the season. Of the 21 lineups in the league that played at least 400 minutes together this season, the Pacers’ starters grabbed 51.7 percent of available rebounds — ninth best in the league. But the NBA’s SportVU Player Tracking data can give us a closer look at how well that unit usually rebounds and exactly how atrocious its performance was on the glass in Game 5.SportVU Player Tracking statistics include rebound chances, defined as any time a player was within 3.5 feet of a rebound (multiple players can meet that definition for a single shot). Rebound chances can be compared with actual rebounds to calculate a conversion percentage for each player. It’s important to remember those multiple opportunities here. Even if the Pacers grabbed every rebound, their conversion percentage might not be 100 percent because more than one teammate could have earned a rebound chance by being around the ball on a single shot.Here we can see the dramatic drop off in both rebound opportunities and conversions in Game 5. The Pacers starters put themselves in rebounding position far less often and lost far more of those individual rebounding battles than they usually do. Circling back to total rebound percentage, we find this group grabbed just 25 percent of the available rebounds in the 20 minutes they played together in Game 5.This performance can’t be pinned entirely on the Pacers; the Wizards were aggressive from the opening tip and deserve plenty of credit for forcing the Pacers into this kind of drab performance. Wizards center Marcin Gortat was a force, pulling in 16 rebounds on 24 rebound chances. But this kind of rebounding disparity requires effort (or the lack thereof) from both teams.It’s unlikely the Pacers will put up another rebounding performance this disastrous, but the damage may be done. By allowing themselves to be so thoroughly pushed around on the interior, they have given the Wizards new life.
Ohio State redshirt senior wide receiver Parris Campbell scores a touchdown against Indiana on Oct. 5 at Ohio Stadium. Ohio State defeated Indiana 49-26. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorAfter coming through with a big win on the road against then-No. 9 Penn State a week ago, Ohio State came back home to take on Indiana.Last season, the Buckeyes defeated the Nittany Lions by a point, then came out the following week and lost to the then-unranked Iowa Hawkeyes 55-24, ruining their chances at the College Football Playoff.This year, Ohio State came out ready to prove that last year’s stunning defeat to Iowa was a one-time event.Despite looking vulnerable at times against Indiana on Saturday, No. 3 Ohio State eventually was able to hold on and pull away, earning the 49-26 victory to stay undefeated on the season.“At times we played outstanding,” head coach Urban Meyer said. “We just have to keep working at it. I trust our staff. I trust our players. We’re banged up a little bit. And we’ve got to fight through it. But gotta play better.”Indiana came out firing, thoroughly outplaying the Buckeyes’ secondary for much of the first half, taking a 17-14 lead with seven minutes to go in the second quarter.But Ohio State’s offense continued to counter, as redshirt sophomore quarterback Dwayne Haskins put on another impressive performance to keep the Buckeyes from their first loss of the season.Haskins threw for a career high 455 passing yards, completing 33-of-44 passes and earning six passing touchdowns and two interceptions on the day.Haskins’ six touchdowns tied the program record for most passing touchdowns in a game. His 455 yards through the air was also three shy of the Ohio State record set by Art Schlichter in 1981.“Every game you want to light it up, but definitely it was a good statistical game,” Haskins said. “I’m glad we got the win most importantly.”After going down by a field goal halfway through the second quarter, Haskins found redshirt senior wide receivers Parris Campbell and Terry McLaurin on back-to-back drives to put Ohio State up 28-17 late in the first half.Indiana drove late to make a 37-yard field goal to bring the score to 28-20 by halftime.The Hoosiers remained close for much of the game, staying within single digits by the end of the third quarter.Eventually, Haskins closed the door on Indiana’s upset hopes, finding McLaurin on a 17-yard touchdown, his second of the game, putting Ohio State up 42-26.Sophomore quarterback Peyton Ramsey picked apart the Ohio State secondary in the first half, ending it with 239 yards and two touchdowns, including three completions of 30 yards or more.Meyer said the team’s defensive effort will continue to be the main focus.“At the end of the day you have to play great defense to get where you gotta get. And I’m confident that we will,” Meyer said.”At times we’ve played great defense and we have to get everybody healthy and get back to that.”It looked like the Buckeyes were starting to pull away, starting the third quarter with a 71-yard touchdown from Haskins to Campbell. Campbell was left wide open, and used his speed to easily beat the Hoosiers defenders down the field, putting Ohio State up 35-20.Campbell finished the day with nine receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns.But Indiana kept fighting its way back, bringing the game within nine when Ramsey found redshirt junior wide receiver Donovan Hale wide open in the endzone with less than five minutes to go in the third quarter.The Hoosiers had opportunities to cut the deficit further, as redshirt freshman safety Bryant Fitzgerald intercepted Haskins, the second interception for Indiana on the day.Haskins was hit hard as he threw, and the ball fluttered into Fitzgerald’s hands for the easy interception. But Indiana didn’t capitalize on the turnover, leaving the score at 35-26 after three quarters.Ohio State will attempt to continue its winning streak against Minnesota in Ohio Stadium at 12 p.m. on Oct. 13. Meyer said the pass defense is going to be the key for success as the season progresses.“A combination of poor pass rush and not blocking on your guys,” Meyer said. “We’ve been fine against the run, but the pass has been killing us and that’s going to bite us, something we’ve got to get fixed.”Story updated at 9:24 p.m. with quotes from Meyer and Haskins