first_imgNew Mexico coach Bob Davie reacts to a play.COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – NOVEMBER 10: Head coach Bob Davie of the New Mexico Lobos reacts to a play during the game against the Air Force Falcons at Falcon Stadium on November 10, 2018 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Tafoya/Getty Images)New Mexico opened its season with a 39-31 win over Sam Houston State today. After the game, news broke that head coach Bob Davie was en route to the hospital.So far, we don’t have firm details on what Davie is dealing with. It is believed to be a heart issue.Since the initial reports, New Mexico has issued an update. Athletic director Eddie Nunez is calling it a “serious medical incident,” which is obviously quite foreboding.From CollegeFootballTalk: In a statement, New Mexico athletic director Eddie Nunez confirmed that, immediately following tonight’s game, Lobos head football coach Bob Davie “was taken to the hospital as a result of what appeared to be a serious medical incident.”“We ask that you keep the Davie family in your prayers.”Davie has been the Lobos head coach since 2012. He helped elevate the program to back-to-back bowls in 2015-16, though the team has fallen off to a pair of 3-9 seasons since.Overall, he is 34–54 with the Lobos, with a 17-39 Mountain West record.Davie is best known for his time as the head coach at Notre Dame. He led the Fighting Irish from 1997-2001, with three bowl appearances in that time. He was 35–25 in South Bend, and was fired after a 5-7 campaign.We’ll have more as it comes out from Albuquerque.[CollegeFootballTalk]last_img read more

MONTREAL — Dare Foods says it will close a cookie-making plant on the south shore of Montreal by mid-2020 in a move that will affect about 275 employees.The Ontario-based company said Thursday that it told employees the production of soft cookies would be moved to other facilities across the country.Spokesman Marc Duchesne says the plant in St-Lambert, Que., can’t be expanded or modernized because it is “landlocked” near residential and commercial areas.He added that retention bonuses, performance payments and severance will exceed the requirements of the collective agreement and the provincial labour law.The plant in Sainte-Martine that makes toasted snack foods and has about 120 employees is unaffected.Dare owns the Whippet, Breton and Grissol brands.The Canadian Press read more