In four years at Miami, Cager recorded 45 receptions for 681 yards and ten touchdowns. This past year he recorded career highs with 21 receptions for 374 yards and six touchdowns.Wolf was less prolific with the Vols, making eight catches for 78 yards and a touchdown during his four years there.While Smart will certainly be happy to see his two transfer acquisitions up to speed, it’s hard to argue that Georgia benefited overall from the first year of the transfer portal.Former five-star quarterback Justin Fields is one of six Georgia players who have left the team via the portal. LEXINGTON, KY – NOVEMBER 03: Head coach Kirby Smart of the Georgia Bulldogs reacts in the first quarter of the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Kroger Field on November 3, 2018 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)The Georgia Bulldogs have lost their fair share of players to the NCAA transfer portal. But they’ve also picked up a few players who are quickly making an impression on head coach Kirby Smart.Speaking to the media this week, Smart spoke glowingly about graduate transfers wide receiver Lawrence Cager and tight end Eli Wolf. Cager joined the Bulldogs in a transfer from Miami (FL), while Wolf joins from SEC rival Tennessee.Smart complimented Cager and Wolf on their maturity, and believes that they’ve already “bought in” and “blended in” to the program. Via DawgNation:“I’ve seen them workout, and they do that hard… They are very mature, just what you’d expect.“These guys come from two really good programs, they work really hard, they know this is their season, so this is their opportunity to shine, and I feel like those guys have bought in and they’ve really blended in well.”Cager and Wolf will likely need to be up to speed if they hope to contribute in their lone year with the team. Georgia will be without several of their top receivers last year, who have moved on to the NFL.
“As the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) and the United Nations family in Iraq congratulate Mr. Abdel-Mahdi on his appointment, we recognise the enormous challenges he faces,” said Mr. Kubiš, adding that “we stand side by side with him, as he leads the country in its steady march towards a future of stability, economic growth and prosperity.”In a statement issued later, UN Secretary-General António Guterres, also congratulated Iraq’s new President, Barham Salih, after his swearing-in on Tuesday, saying that he was looking forward to “working closely” with him, “on all issues of mutual concern, in accordance with the mandate of the United Nations in Iraq.”Since the Iraqi government of Saddam Hussein was toppled following the 2003 invasion, the country’s three largest ethnic-sectarian groups have shared the country’s highest positions, with the Prime Minister position held by a Shia politician, the Speaker of Parliament post by a Sunni, and the Presidency by a Kurd.Ending months of deadlock following inconclusive national elections in May, the new Prime Minister – a former Vice- President, Oil Minister and Finance Minister – has one month to form a cabinet that will be presented to parliament for approval.In this regard, Mr. Kubiš urged political leaders to live up to their pledges on women’s meaningful representation in politics.“Iraq needs a stable, national government that brings Iraqis together and restores hope in their country as they move forward in the post-Da’esh period,” said Mr. Kubiš. “This government should be formed well within the constitutional timeline, should be professional, competent, truly representative and inclusive of women in cabinet posts”.