TAMPA, FL – DECEMBER 15: Greg Schiano, head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, watches the action during a game against the San Francisco 49ers at Raymond James Stadium on December 15, 2013 in Tampa, Florida. San Francisco won the game 33-14. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)On the heels on an embarrassing 49-20 loss to Purdue, Ohio State is scrambling to regroup on defense. But if the Buckeyes were hoping for drastic changes to be made by DC Greg Schiano, then they are in for a surprise.According to Ohio State beat writer Dan Hope, Schiano does not plan to make “wholesale” changes to the Buckeyes defense.However, Schiano does plan on making some “tweaks” to give certain defenders better positions.While the Ohio State offense didn’t do the team any favors in the game against the Boilermakers last weekend, the defense gave up six TDs – three of which came in the fourth quarter.Greg Schiano said the Buckeyes don’t plan to make any “wholesale” changes to the defense, but are looking for little tweaks they can make to put players in better positions. https://t.co/lZrEpO4JPd— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) October 24, 2018The loss to Purdue dropped the Buckeys to No. 11 on the AP poll.Schiano is in his third season as the Buckeyes defensive coordinator.The Buckeyes still control their own destiny for a spot in the Big Ten Championship, but could miss out on the College Football Playoff if they don’t get help at the top of the rankings.
Through the new resolution, the Assembly expressed serious concern over the steady rise in the level of rhino poaching and the alarmingly high levels of killings of elephants in Africa, which threaten those species with local extinction and, in some cases, with global extinction.“Illegal wildlife trafficking not only threatens species and ecosystems; it affects the livelihoods of local communities and diminishes touristic attractions. It compromises efforts towards poverty eradication and the achievement of sustainable development,” said Assembly President Sam Kutesa in remarks read by Vice-President Denis Antoine.Adopting a consensus text resolution, the 193-Member body encouraged Governments to adopt effective measures to prevent and counter the serious problem of crimes such as illicit trafficking in wildlife and wildlife products, including flora and fauna and poaching.The resolution suggests “strengthening the legislation necessary for the prevention, investigation and prosecution of such illegal trade, as well as strengthening enforcement and criminal justice responses, acknowledging that the International Consortium on Combating Wildlife Crime can provide valuable technical assistance in this regard.”The General Assembly also calls upon Member States to make illicit trafficking in protected species of wild fauna and flora involving organized criminal groups a “serious crime.”Member States are equally encouraged to harmonize their judicial, legal and administrative regulations to support the exchange of evidence, as well as to establish “national-level inter-agency wildlife crime task forces.”“The adoption of this resolution today and its effective implementation will be crucial in our collective efforts to combat illicit trafficking in wildlife worldwide,” adds the President’s statement.