#TogetherWeSwarm 🐝🐝 pic.twitter.com/5SrQNLgnsR— SPIDER (@simsmyles) May 14, 2019Per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sims is likely to seek a hardship waiver. If granted, he would be eligible to play up to four more years of college football without having to sit out 2019.Sims marks a massive addition for newly-minted Georgia Tech head coach Geoff Collins.The Yellow Jackets finished 7-6 overall last season (5-3 in the ACC), losing the Quick Lane Bowl to Minnesota in Paul Johnson’s final game as a head coach.The ACC Coastal division is largely up for grabs next year, so a great pass defense will be absolutely critical in any team trying to beat out defending ACC champion Clemson. ATLANTA, GA – OCTOBER 4: A general view of Bobby Dodd Stadium during the game between the Georgia Tech Yellow and the Miami Hurricanes on October 4, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)Former four-star cornerback Myles Sims was a big piece in the Michigan’s Class of 2018. But after one season with the Wolverines, it looks like he plans to spend the rest of his college career close to home.On Tuesday, Sims announced that he would be continuing college at Georgia Tech University. He stated that personal reasons led him to make the decision to attend a school near his hometown.Coming out of high school in 2018, Sims was the No. 170 overall prospect in the country, per 247Sports. He was the No. 17 cornerback in the country, and the No. 22 prospect from the state of Georgia.Sims recorded two tackles for the Wolverines before redshirting last season.
Cancer Care Nova Scotia is a program of the Department of Health, created to reduce the burden of cancer on individuals, families and the health-care system through prevention, screening, education and research. Hants Community Hospital, Windsor Musquodoboit Valley Memorial Hospital, Middle Musquodoboit Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre, Amherst AVH Chipman, Annapolis Valley Industrial Park, Kentville Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Sydney Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital, Inverness Victoria County Memorial Hospital, Baddeck St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish Eastern Memorial Hospital, Canso St. Anne Community and Nursing Care Centre, Arichat, Richmond Co. Guysborough Memorial Hospital, Guysborough South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater Yarmouth Regional Hospital, Yarmouth Roseway Hospital, Sheburne Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital, Tatamagouche, Colchester Co. Cancer Care Nova Scotia will host a public lecture Tuesday, Nov. 13, in Halifax on preventing cervical cancer. The lecture will include information about Pap tests, the human papilloma virus (HPV) and the HPV vaccine. It is part of the Cancer Answers lecture series, designed to provide Nova Scotians with quality cancer information. It will be presented by Dr. Robert Grimshaw, medical director of Cancer Care Nova Scotia’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Program. “Regular Pap tests and the HPV vaccine — together they are powerful tools in the fight against cervical cancer, a cancer which is almost entirely preventable,” said Dr. Grimshaw. “This lecture is one more opportunity for us to reach out to Nova Scotians and provide them with the information they need to take action and make cervical cancer a disease of the past.” The lecture will be held between 7 p.m and 8 p.m. in the Royal Bank Lecture Theatre of the Halifax Infirmary, 1796 Summer St., Halifax. It will also be available by video conference at: