College football fans are in shambles regarding the breaking news surrounding the likely season-ending injury to Florida State Seminoles star quarterback Jordan Travis. The Heisman Trophy-caliber signal caller suffered a gruesome leg injury on Saturday against North Alabama, needing to get carted off the field after his leg pointed unnaturally in the wrong direction.
Travis entered Saturday as one of the best quarterbacks in the sport but left college football fans in mourning after getting his left foot and ankle trapped under a defender during his lone run. Below, we will look at the top fan reactions on Twitter (also known as X) to the devastating Jordan Travis news.
College Football Fans React to Awful Jordan Travis Leg Injury
— Logan B. Robinson (@LogansTwitty) November 19, 2023
Jordan Travis pulled FSU out of the depths of hell and made them a title contender again.
We’re all forever indebted to him. Such a great dude. Hate that it’s ending this way. Let’s remember the good times.
Thank you, 13 ❤️💛pic.twitter.com/IqwBu9y4iG
— FSU Plays Daily (@FSUplays) November 19, 2023
Get Healthy Jordan Travis pic.twitter.com/c0hqVbMfbq
— Sam (@Moorelife1) November 19, 2023
Jordan Travis injured. On senior day. With Jameis wearing his jersey on the sideline. pic.twitter.com/UOq8uSz103
— Jawnny Carson (@jawnny_carson) November 19, 2023
Still trying to process this half. Impressive job by Tate to lead FSU to 24 straight points to close it out. But, man, I don't think I've ever felt worse for a player I've covered than I do for Jordan Travis right now. Just an awful end to a great, great career.
— Corey Clark (@Corey_Clark) November 19, 2023
Florida State Seminoles QB Jordan Travis: College Football Career Likely Done
Barring an absolute miracle, Travis will miss the remainder of the college football season (and potentially more) after being carted off the field on Saturday. The 23-year-old finished the year with 2,736 passing yards and 20 touchdowns to two picks. He completed 64% of his passes while also running for seven scores. Travis struggled during his first four college football seasons, including as a freshman with the Louisville Cardinals in 2018, but took massive strides forward last season. The six-foot-one gunslinger threw for 3,214 yards, 24 touchdowns, and five picks while leading FSU to a 10-3 record in 2022.
Travis will close the book on his stellar college career with 97 touchdowns. He led the Seminoles to a sparkling 20-3 record over the past two seasons. Per CBS Sports, Travis entered this weekend as the 117th prospect for the 2024 NFL draft.
Florida State Seminoles: QB Plans Without Travis
Quarterback Tate Rodemaker will get the first crack at leading the Florida State Seminoles with Travis out. As the replacement for Travis, he went 7-of-11 for 117 yards during the first half against North Alabama. Rodemaker has played four seasons with Florida State, throwing five touchdowns to five interceptions on 70 passes.