As far as I can see, only one interesting thing happened in college football this Saturday.

North Carolina came into the Clemson game as four-touchdown underdogs, but they could have won the game by making a two-point conversion with about a minute to play. They failed and had to settle for a near miss (21-20).

Actually it’s not that surprising that North Carolina scored 21, but their defense gets a big round of applause for holding Clemson to 20! Based on the spread and the over/under, the bookies expected Clemson to score about 44.

Here is the complete recap of the games involving the top 25 teams.

Trine Dyrholm in the Sundance darling, “Queen of Hearts” (2019)

The premise: “A woman jeopardizes both her career and her family when she seduces her teenage stepson and is forced to make an irreversible decision with fatal consequences.”

Trine is a distinguished, mainstream Danish actress who has appeared in more than 40 feature films, and 100+ TV shows.

I don’t know who that is, but I want to bear her children.

Apparently she is famous in the UK and to genre aficionados. Wikipedia says:

Ella McMahon (born 1 April 1994), known by her stage name Ella Eyre, is an English singer and songwriter. She is best known for her collaborations with Rudimental on their UK number one single “Waiting All Night” (2013), which won the 2014 Brit Award for British Single of the Year, with DJ Fresh on his single “Gravity” (2015), and with Sigala on their singles “Came Here for Love” (2017), and “Just Got Paid” (2018).