ACC Freshman QB Announces Transfer Destination

first_imgLouisville's football players run through the tent onto the field.LOUISVILLE, KY – NOVEMBER 29: The Louisville Cardinals take the field before the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium on November 29, 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)After spending one season with the Louisville Cardinals, Jordan Travis will transfer to another ACC program. Despite having an uncharacteristically abysmal year, the Florida State Seminoles have just added an intriguing option at quarterback.Travis is a former three-star recruit from the 2018 class, and unfortunately he never saw his chance on the field with the Cardinals. Considering that Louisville will undergo an entirely different regime this upcoming season, the dual-threat quarterback is looking out for his best interest.Josh Newberg of 247Sports broke the news, as Travis revealed his future destination today.Louisville transfer QB Jordan Travis tells me he has committed to play at Florida State. More to come on— Josh Newberg (@joshnewberg247) December 26, 2018It should be noted that Travis’ brother, Devon Travis, played baseball for the Seminoles before making his journey to the MLB.Florida State will have three quarterbacks on the roster next season, if Deondre Francois decides to return for his senior campaign. Nonetheless, joining the Seminoles gives Travis an opportunity to play in Kendal Briles’ offense.His eligibility is reportedly still up in the air right now, as it’s unclear if he’ll be able to declare for a hardship waiver.This season was extremely disappointing for the Seminoles, but perhaps Willie Taggart’s latest addition will reignite the program.last_img read more

Sri Lanka seeks to import medical drugs from Iran

Sri Lanka is looking at the possibility of importing medical drugs from Iran, the Ministry of Health said today.The Health Ministry said that talks in this regard were held between Health Minister, Dr. Rajitha Senaratne and Iran’s Ambassador to Sri Lanka Mohomad Zaeri Amirani. Iran has invited the Health Minister to visit Iran and see for himself the medical drugs Sri Lanka will require. (Colombo Gazette)