FSU quarterback Jordan Travis hadn’t played a single snap before the Boston College game two weeks ago but his impact on the offense couldn’t be missed.
The redshirt freshman scored the very first time he touched the ball as a Seminole and ran for a 26-yard touchdown, which gave FSU its first lead of the game in third quarter. He topped that in the fourth quarter by scampering around the edge of the Eagles' defense on a 66-yard touchdown run for FSU’s final and deciding score in a 38-31 win.Subscribe to The Osceola to get access to all premium articles for just $6.95 a month or $74.95 per year. Right now, you can get a 7-day free trial, just use the discount code Spring20 during signup. Subscribe now to start your 7-day free trial.
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