It was the game Florida State Seminoles football needed in the aftermath of its win vs. Syracuse.
Not an inconsistent, ugly product that resulted in a big loss, not an underwhelming victory, but a decisive win over a team that was supposed to beat FSU by at least 17 points.
Quarterback Jordan Travis showcased why he’s the clear and solid QB1 for the Seminoles, not only producing through the air but the ground. Throwing for 145 yards and three touchdowns as well as putting up 121 yards and two scores on the ground, his production was complimented by strong games from running back Jashuan Corbin and wide receivers Keyshawn Helton and Ontaria Wilson.
Florida State, now 2-2 in the ACC, gets a week off before facing off against UMass Minutemen. UMass, coached by former Florida State offensive coordinator Walt Bell, won its first game of the season this week, taking down winless the UConn Huskies 27-13.