UPDATE: FSU QB Jordan Travis injures lower leg in Louisville game, will not return – 247Sports

  • September 17, 2022


Jordan Travis left Florida State’s game against Louisville with an apparent leg injury. The Seminoles’ starting quarterback was injured on a sack late in the second quarter.
UPDATE (9:47 p.m.): Travis returned to the field with the team using crutches and with a walking boot. Mike Norvell commented on the ESPN broadcast that Travis was out for the game.
Travis immediately held his leg as the play ended. Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham quickly went over to the fellow signal caller and took a knee. Travis was clearly in pain as he wiggled around on the ground.
Trainers as well as coach Mike Norvell and offensive coordinator Alex Atkins surrounded Travis for a couple minutes before the QB got up, with help from trainers. He was walking slowly and left the field, heading to a tunnel that was not FSU’s locker room with a trainer.
Tate Rodemaker entered the game for Travis.
Starting defensive end Jared Verse also left the contest with an apparent knee injury in the second quarter, and left for the locker room after being tended to in the injury tent for several minutes.
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