Florida State’s quarterback, Jordan Travis, sustained a severe leg injury after being tackled in a game against North Alabama. The sold-out crowd fell into stunned silence as Travis was carted off the field with an air cast on his left leg. Teammates and fans chanted his name as he was taken to an ambulance. Travis later assured everyone that he was in good spirits in a video from his hospital bed.
Travis’ coach, Mike Norvell, expressed the team’s emotional response to the injury and praised the performance of Tate Rodemaker, who replaced Travis in the game. He also acknowledged Travis’ contributions to the team and his impressive track record as a quarterback, leading Florida State to an undefeated season.
Norvell emphasized Travis’ growth as a player and how he has become an integral part of the team’s success. Despite the setback, Norvell is optimistic about Rodemaker’s potential and his ability to lead the team in their upcoming games.
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