Syracuse Will Take On West Virginia In The Camping World Bowl

first_imgEric Dungey throws a pass for Syracuse.SYRACUSE, NY – SEPTEMBER 22: Eric Dungey #2 of the Syracuse Orange passes the ball against the Connecticut Huskies during the fourth quarter at the Carrier Dome on September 22, 2018 in Syracuse, New York. Syracuse defeated Connecticut 51-21. (Photo by Rich Barnes/Getty Images)Syracuse, after a resurgent 9-3 season, will be playing in its first bowl game since 2013. The Orange will be facing a familiar opponent.The ACC announced Sunday afternoon that Syracuse will be playing against West Virginia in the Camping World Bowl down in Orlando on December 28.Syracuse was probably the second-best team in the ACC this year – behind Clemson. The Orange beat NC State and Boston College but lost to Pittsburgh.West Virginia, meanwhile, was probably the third-best team in the Big 12 this past season – behind Oklahoma and Texas.BREAKING: Orlando’s going Orange! The @CWBowl selects No. 20 Syracuse Football and No. 16 West Virginia for its December 28th bowl game.The Orange are officially going bowling for the first time since 2013! ?? pic.twitter.com/EdS19Nubo9— WAER Sports (@WAERSports) December 2, 2018Syracuse and West Virginia are former Big East rivals, so this should be a fun one.The Orange will be looking for their 10th win of the season. West Virginia will be looking for its ninth victory.The rest of the bowl matchups are being revealed on ESPN this afternoon.last_img read more

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Sri Lanka invited to visit Chechnya for post war experience

“If Sri Lanka is interested we can arrange the visit,” Karchava  said at a media briefing in Colombo today. He recalled that Russia has in the past voted against resolution submitted against Sri Lanka at the UN Haman Rights Council.The Ambassador said that Russia stands for any conflict situation to be resolved peacefully. (Colombo Gazette) Sri Lanka has been invited to visit Chechnya to learn how the former war zone is recovering and rebuilding.Russia’s Ambassador to Sri Lanka Alexander Karchava said he had put forward the proposal to former President Chandrika Kumaratunga. After a decade of unsuccessfully fighting for independence, Chechnya is now firmly under the control of a Russian-appointed leader.The Ambassador asserted that Russia will not interfere in Sri Lanka’s domestic affairs and how Sri Lanka addresses concerns over the war is upto the Sri Lankan Government. Kumaratunga is heading a task force on reconciliation and Karchava said he proposed to her that Sri Lanka send a delegation to Chechnya to learn about how the city is rebuilding after war. read more

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