Power 5 programs not named Kansas usually don’t have much trouble with Group of 5 programs. However, that’s not the case today as Houston is currently destroying Arizona early.The Cougars currently hold a 21-0 lead after the first quarter of play. The Kevin Sumlin era in Arizona hasn’t gotten off to the start most people were expecting – with the Wildcats looking for answers after getting their doors blown off.Arizona also lost its first game of the season against BYU by a final score of 28-23. Despite employing a Heisman Trophy-candidate at quarterback in Khalil Tate, the Wildcats haven’t fond the offensive mojo just yet.It’s been tough sledding and the Wildcats who have ZERO points after the first quarter.End of 1st Q | Houston 21, Arizona 0 #HTownTakeover pic.twitter.com/vs62qJVgdd— #HTownTakeover (@UHCougarFB) September 8, 2018Tate and Sumlin haven’t gelled just yet after many thought they were a match made in Heaven. The former Texas A&M coach dominated with Johnny Manziel as his quarterback, but hasn’t gotten off to a great start with Tate.The Wildcats need to pick it up over the next three quarters if they want to avoid a 0-2 start.
“The Secretary-General warmly welcomes the decision of the Indian Government to invite the Chief Executive of Pakistan to come to New Delhi,” a spokesman for Mr. Annan said in a statement. “He is encouraged that General Musharraf has responded positively to this invitation and hopes that a summit between Prime Minister Vajpayee and General Musharraf would be arranged without undue delay.” Mr. Annan believes, the statement said, that a meeting now at the highest level would further ease tensions in the region and facilitate a resumption of a sustained Indo-Pakistan dialogue, “which is very much in the long-term interests of both countries.”The Secretary-General, who recently visited South Asia and conferred with both leaders, has consistently urged India and Pakistan to resume direct contacts to address outstanding bilateral and regional issues, including Kashmir, the spokesman said.