Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis suffered a serious lower left leg injury during a game against North Alabama. The incident occurred when Travis was tackled awkwardly on a 17-yard run, causing him to immediately grab his left leg under the knee. The FSU physicians and trainers rushed to his aid on the field before he was taken off on a cart.
The injury left both teams concerned, and they came together at midfield to comfort Travis before he was transported to a waiting ambulance. Tate Rodemaker, the backup quarterback, stepped in for Travis and led the team to a blowout win. Additionally, Florida State freshman quarterback Brock Glenn also made his collegiate debut during the game, showing the team’s depth at the position.
Despite his injury, Travis showed his appreciation for the fans and cheered on his teammates from his hospital bed. He displayed great sportsmanship and determination even in the face of adversity.
The Seminoles managed to come back from an early 13-0 deficit to secure a resounding victory with a final score of 58-13. Head coach Mike Norvell commended Travis for his efforts and expressed his desire for him to have a special game.
However, no official update on Travis’ injury has been provided by Norvell or the team. The severity and timeline for recovery remain unknown at this time.
Looking ahead, Florida State will face their in-state rival, Florida, in their next game. It remains to be seen how the team will adapt without Travis, and who will step up to fill his role. The game will undoubtedly present a new challenge for the team, as they strive to continue their winning momentum and propel themselves further in the season.
Stay tuned for more updates on Jordan Travis’ injury and the Florida State football team as they prepare for their upcoming game against Florida.
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