NEW ORLEANS, LA – JANUARY 01: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide and head coach Dabo Swinney of the Clemson Tigers greet after the AllState Sugar Bowl at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on January 1, 2018 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)Week 10 is in the books, and “Separation Saturday” is behind us. It is time for a new college football top 25.This one is from CBS Sports. As he does every Monday, Dennis Dodd updated his personal power rankings weekly. He dropped his new set today.Just like the AP and Coaches Polls, Dodd had to adjust his rankings after the results of last weekend.Here is Dodd’s full top 25:AlabamaClemsonNotre DameMichiganGeorgiaOklahomaWashington StateWest VirginiaUCFLSUOhio StateKentuckyUtah StateFresno StateSyracuseBoston CollegeTexasFloridaWashingtonMississippi StateCincinnatiUABUtahMichigan StateIowa StateAs you can see, Dodd’s own rankings are a little different than the AP and Coaches polls. However, he said this week his current top four might not change if the last month of the season goes as expected.You can see Dodd’s full Top 25 analysis here.
MONTREAL — The president and CEO of Air Canada has been picked for a key post at Star Alliance, which represents more than two dozen airlines around the world.Calin Rovinescu says he will use the two-year term as chairman of the alliance’s executive board to strengthen the global network and maintain customer loyalty.Rovinescu has been the top executive at Canada’s largest airline since April 2009 and held key other executive positions with Air Canada since 2000.Air Canada is one of 27 members of the Star Alliance, which also includes Air China and Shenzhen Airlines , Germany’s Lufthansa, as well as United and US Airways of the United States.At the Star Alliance, he succeeds Rob Fyfe, CEO Air New Zealand.