Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis added another fantastic game to his 2022 resume against Syracuse on Saturday, leading the Seminoles to a 38-3 lead in the fourth quarter before exiting the game early.
Travis’ last play in the matchup against the Orange was a receiving touchdown courtesy of tight end Wyatt Rector, giving the quarterback the scoring triple crown of a receiving, rushing and passing touchdown.
Per FSU Sports Info, he’s the third player nationally this year with a passing, rushing, and receiving touchdown in a single game and second player in Florida State history to pull off the feat (Red Parish in 1949 vs. Millsaps College).
Wyatt Rector ➡️ Jordan Travis Tally Special #FSU pic.twitter.com/0vTHTfbWtx— Tomahawk Nation (@TomahawkNation) November 13, 2022
He kicked off Florida State’s scoring against Syracuse with a three-yard rush, followed by receivers Malik McClain and Johnny Wilson each taking screen passes for a touchdown. Travis added one more passing touchdown to his game log with a pitch-and-catch to Kentron Poitier — his fourth three-touchdown game this season.
Malik McClain with a grown-man move to put #FSU up 14-0 pic.twitter.com/ezdPd0Dmcr— Tomahawk Nation (@TomahawkNation) November 13, 2022
Just like we drew it up #NoleFamily | #KeepCLIMBing pic.twitter.com/bQlJk6eC0U— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) November 13, 2022