Florida State Quarterback Jordan Travis’s Season Comes to an End Due to Leg Injury

Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis suffered a severe leg injury Saturday, which he says will end his season.

Travis’ left leg was placed in an air cast and he was carted off the field late in the first quarter during the 58-13 win over North Alabama. He shared updates on his Instagram account, including photos with his teammates in the hospital room.

The No. 5 Seminoles (11-0, No. 4 CFP) will face Florida (5-6) on Saturday. FSU will turn to Tate Rodemaker at quarterback, with freshman Brock Glenn as the likely backup.

Specific details about Travis’ injury or possible surgery have not been announced. Coach Mike Norvell will hold a press conference later Monday.

Travis finished his FSU career with 8,715 passing yards — second in program history — with 66 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. He is the program’s all-time leader in offensive yards (10,676) and is among the top five in most major categories, from completions to touchdown passes and wins by a quarterback.


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