For their effort, FSU landed two Seminoles on the ACC player of the week release. Per the conference announcement, quarterback Jordan Travis and kick returner Deuce Spann were recognized for their outstanding play against the Blue Devils.
From the ACC release:
CO-QUARTERBACK – Jordan Travis, Florida State, QB, West Palm Beach, Fla.Travis completed 75 percent of his passes for 268 yards and two passing touchdowns and led FSU with 62 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown to lead Florida State to a home win over Duke. With his three total touchdowns, Travis has accounted for multiple touchdowns in 14 straight games, the longest active streak in the country and tied for the longest in FSU history. In the win, Travis also became the career total offense leader in FSU history, passing 2000 Heisman Trophy winner Chris Weinke. His two-yard touchdown run gave FSU its first lead of the game early in the fourth quarter, as the FSU signal-caller led the Noles’ offense on three fourth-quarter TD drives to complete the comeback from 17-7 down. The weekly conference honor is the second of the season for Travis.
SPECIALIST – Deuce Spann, Florida State, WR/KR, St. Petersburg, Fla.Spann returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown in the win over No. 16 Duke. His 99-yard return was the fifth-longest kickoff return in FSU history and sparked FSU’s rally from 10 points down as the Seminoles outscored Duke 31-3 to end the game.