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Florida State Quarterback Jordan Travis Carted Off After Leg Injury


Quarterback Jordan Travis was wheeled off the field with an air cast on his left leg after getting hurt during a run in the first quarter of Florida State’s game against North Alabama on Saturday night.

As Travis was crossing the midfield line, players from North Alabama gathered around the tackle. He landed on the turf and remained there, his leg bent at an awkward angle underneath him. Trainers raced to Travis right away, and the packed Florida State stadium went silent.

Colleagues dropped to one knee and stared in disbelieving silence as the cart was pulled out for him. As he was loaded onto the cart with an air cast on his leg, the crowd began to chant “Jordan Travis.”

He was carted off the field and put into an ambulance right away.

After the 58-13 victory, head coach Mike Norvell talked about how tough it was for the whole team to watch its leader go down on Senior Night, but he gave no update on Travis’ injury.

“Jordan is so important to this team, not just as the quarterback but just who he is and what he stands for,” Norvell said. “So when you see a player get hurt and not really knowing what that’s going to be, it was emotional for everybody. I thought our guys were able to gather themselves and just continue to play and thought a lot of guys played at a very high level and were there and in support of what was needed.”

The Seminoles scored 58 unanswered points as Tate Rodemaker, Travis’ backup for the previous two seasons, entered the game and completed a 217-yard touchdown pass.

Travis shared a video of himself watching the Florida State game on his cellphone from what looked to be a hospital bed on his Instagram stories.

Travis has guided Florida State to the No. 4 ranking and an undefeated season. After beginning his career as a quarterback for the Florida State Wildcats, Travis is now in his sixth year and is considered one of the best signal-callers in the nation.

Travis had potential, and Norvell helped him develop into a full player by utilizing both his passing and running skills in 16 straight wins. Travis has thrown for 2,734 yards this season, adding seven touchdowns on the ground in addition to 20 touchdowns and two interceptions.

“We knew this was Jordan Travis’ last game at Doak Campbell Stadium,” Norvell said. “I wanted to see him have a special game. Anytime somebody gets hurt, it’s painful to see, it’s painful to have to go through. You just want so bad for that kid because he does everything right.

“I can’t say that I did block it out. You go and you coach and you do everything for the players that are out there on the field. I owe it to them too, but it doesn’t lessen the impact of when you have any player that goes down. It’s hard.”

With a big game against rival Florida on Saturday to try to finish the regular season undefeated, Norvell said Rodemaker is prepared for his next opportunity.

“He’s been preparing all season,” Norvell said. “A few weeks ago in my office, we had a one-on-one just talking about being prepared in case the moment ever called for you. Tate does a great job in his preparation. Our guys have a lot of confidence in Tate because they watch him practice every day. They know the talent, they know the ability. He never seemed rattled in the moment. He was prepared and ready, and I thought he did a wonderful job and played really well.”

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