CORONADO, CA – MAY 27: Tate Martell of Ohio State University attends Steve Clarkson’s 13th Annual Quarterback Retreat on May 27, 2017 in Coronado, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)This year’s spring game has finally arrived for the Miami Hurricanes, and it appears so has Tate Martell. Earlier this year, the former Ohio State quarterback decided to transfer after former five-star recruit Justin Fields joined the Buckeyes.Martell didn’t start his career with the Hurricanes on the right note. Last week, the reports coming out of Miami were that he struggled mightily in a scrimmage.Not only did the dual-threat quarterback go through growing pains, but N’Kosi Perry and Jarren Williams had better performances. As of right now, Martell is third on the depth chart for the Hurricanes.It’s still way too early for Manny Diaz to pick which quarterback will start this season. However, the clock is certainly ticking for Martell to make an impact.Fortunately for the Ohio State transfer, his first-half performance in the spring game is quite impressive.All signs from today point to Martell looking much more comfortable under center.Tate Martell look looking much better out of shotgun. N’Kosi Perry looking real good. Jarren Williams was just skipped in the qb rotation— Susan Miller Degnan (@smillerdegnan) April 20, 2019Tate Martell connects for an 80-yard touchdown with KJ Osborn.Transfer portal magic at the Miami spring game.— Christy Chirinos (@ChristyChirinos) April 20, 2019The spring game is taking place at Camping World Stadium, which will be the host of this year’s battle between the Hurricanes and the Florida Gators.Perhaps Martell will pass Williams on the depth chart for the backup spot, but it might take time for him to win the starting job.
zoom Western Port community representatives have come together to receive an update on the Port of Hastings container expansion to discuss issues raised by their community networks.Following the introductory PORTicipate meeting in February, the second meeting focused on issues relating to environmental matters and the next steps in the project’s planning process.The Port of Hastings Development Authority will also convene the second Council Advisory Group meeting next week with CEOs and Mayors from Mornington Peninsula, Bass Coast, Casey, Cardinia and Frankston to discuss the views, concerns and advice from local councils.“The Western Port community’s involvement in the planning approvals process is critical to the development of the container expansion project and will lead to outcomes that benefit all parties,” said Mike Lean, CEO, PORTicipate. The local community will receive regular updates as the project progresses through information sessions, newsletters, or by visiting the Port of Hastings Development Authority Office. May 26, 2014