Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jordan Travis, already having etched his name in the program’s record books in several areas, has added another accolade to his resume.
Against the Oklahoma Sooners in the Cheez-It Bowl, Travis became just the 11th quarterback in Florida State football history to throw for over 3,000 yards in a season.
It’s the first time since Deondre Francois in 2016 a Florida State quarterback has reached the mark.
Travis put on one of the more impressive passing performances in Florida State history in the win, putting up 418 yards on the day to earn Cheez-It Bowl MVP honors.
“We’re not done yet,” he said after the game. “This is just the beginning. We have another chapter. This is the end of the chapter of this year, but we still have a lot, a lot to do. I’ve got a lot of plans for next year and a lot of goals, and I can’t wait.”
Some notes, via FSU Sports Info:
» Quarterback Jordan Travis was the MVP after setting a career high with 418 passing yards, the third 400-yard passing game in Cheez-It Bowl history; the 18th-most passing yards in FSU history; and the 2nd-most passing yards for FSU in a bowl game, behind only Peter Tom Willis’s 422 vs. Nebraska in the 1990 Fiesta Bowl.
» Travis was 27-for-38 with two touchdown passes. Travis’s 3,214 passing yards rank 7th on FSU’s single-season list; his 226 completions rank 14th; and his 24 touchdowns are tied for 10th.
» After announcing he would return to FSU for the 2023 season, Travis ranks 11th in program history with 5,888 career passing yards; 12th with 426 completions; and 9th with 45 passing touchdowns.
» Travis also ran for 50 yards against the Sooners and ranks 20th in FSU history with 1,734 career rush yards. His 70 total career touchdowns (45 passing, 24 rushing, 1 receiving) are 4th in school history and just 11 behind No. 1 Chris Weinke.
» Travis has completed at least 60 percent of his passes in 13 of his past 17 games. » Travis became the 11th Seminole with a 3,000-yard passing season on a 13-yard completion to Johnny Wilson on 3rd-and-8.
» Travis’s 468 yards of total offense are the 9th-highest in a game at FSU; his 3,631 yards of offense are 5th in a single season, and his 7,622 career yards at FSU are 6th in school history.