NORMAN, OK – NOVEMBER 11: Head Coach Lincoln Riley of the Oklahoma Sooners observes during warm ups before the game against the TCU Horned Frogs at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated TCU 38-20. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)The Green Bay Packers relieved Mike McCarthy of his head coaching duties earlier tonight. That opens up a premier job in the NFL.Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley has been rumored as a potential NFL candidate throughout this season. Naturally, many have broached the idea of him possibly being a match for Green Bay.Riley is regarded as a bright offensive mind, so it seems like he would be a good fit for Aaron Rodgers. However, one NFL insider is adamant that he won’t be leaving OU.Benjamin Allbright tweeted tonight that it is “highly unlikely” that Riley leaves Norman for the NFL.You guys need to give up on the Lincoln Riley stuff, too.Highly unlikely he leaves.— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) December 3, 2018Of course, never say never when any coaching is approached about working at the highest level in his field. Riley may find Green Bay or a similar opportunity too good to pass up.However, there’s no rush to leave Norman. Riley has the Sooners back in the College Football Playoff for the second year in a row.He will have to replace Kyler Murray at quarterback next year, but Riley is set up to be successful for a long time at OU.
Quick facts: the fund applies to eligible costs such as labour, goods or services purchased from a Nova Scotia–based supplier when an application is approved, NSBI issues a commitment letter which can be used for bank financing. When the applicant enters the official incentive agreement, the agreement can also be used for the financing process once a production is approved for a funding commitment, the funds are placed in reserve when the production is complete the applicant submits a final claim to NSBI for processing and disbursement all applications and claims are processed and approved by NSBI Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) announced two newly approved productions through the Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund today, Nov. 8. Documentary Evil Outdoors, produced by Tell Tale Entertainment Inc., has been approved for a funding commitment of $200,045 based on eligible Nova Scotia expenditure of $678,118. Another documentary, Sickboy, produced by Dream Street SB Pictures Inc., has been approved for a funding commitment of $129,140 based on eligible Nova Scotia expenditure of $445,311. As funding commitments are approved details will be available on the NSBI website at www.nsbi.ca/filmfunding. To learn more about the application process, eligible costs and guidelines, go to Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund at www.nsbi.ca. -30-