CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS - SEPTEMBER 16: Jordan Travis #13 of the Florida State Seminoles warms up before the game between the Florida State Seminoles and the Boston College Eagles at Alumni Stadium on September 16, 2023 in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
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Jordan Travis Exits With Injury vs Boston College

Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis exited the game against Boston College with what appeared to be a serious injury.

Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis, one of the Heisman Trophy candidates this season who, to this point, has led the team to a 2-0 record and a No. 3 ranking in the AP Top 25, exited the team's road game against Boston College just before halftime.

Leading 17-10, Travis took off to run for the first down and was taken down by a Boston College defender as another went in for the hit and missed.

Watching the replay, Travis, 23, didn't appear to suffer the injury from a hit, but rather how he fell to the ground.

Following the injury, Travis was seen pointing to his shoulder area, which you can't help but fear was a collarbone injury. If there's a silver lining, it appeared to be Travis' left shoulder area.

Fortunately for Seminoles fans, Travis showed back up on the sideline in the second half, looking like he was ready to give him another go. Florida State head coach Mike Norvell told ABC's sideline reporter that his star quarterback looked ready to play.

Before the injury, Travis completed 6-of-11 passes for 91 yards and one touchdown while adding 25 yards on the ground.

His lone touchdown pass went to running back Jaheim Bell, who caught the pass for 19 yards. Wide receiver/tight end Johnny Wilson has two catches for 40 yards after two quarters.

Heading into halftime, the Seminoles, who were 24-plus point favorites, havd just a seven-point lead. The Eagles, led by quarterback Thomas Castellanos, had committed double-digit penalties through just two quarters. Still, the Seminoles defense allowed him to run for 89 yards and a 32-touchdown pass from Castellanos to Lewis Bond.

Ranked No. 3 in the country, Travis, who some consider a first-round NFL Draft prospect in the 2024 Draft, is a significant component of their electric, high-octane offense.

Without Travis, who began his college career at Louisville, it certainly doesn't bode well for their College Football National Championship chances.

We'll monitor this injury and wait for updates as these two ACC teams come out of halftime, and the Seminoles look to get things going with their elite offense.

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