Travis exits with injury, No. 4 Florida State beats North Alabama

The No. 4 Seminoles defeated North Alabama 58-13 on Saturday, but quarterback Jordan Travis exited due to injury.

Travis left the game with less than two minutes left in the first quarter after a horrific left leg injury that appeared to impact both his leg and ankle. He had gone 2-of-4 for 21 yards.

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In Travis’ place, both redshirt junior Tate Rodemaker and freshman Brock Glenn played under center.

Rodemaker had the most production. He went 13-of-23 for 217 yards and two touchdowns, both for more than 24 yards.

Glenn went 2-of-3 for 35 yards and taking his reps in the fourth quarter. He had four rushes for five yards with one carry going for a 4-yard touchdown.

The Seminoles faced an early 13-0 deficit going into the second quarter. Then, the rushing took over.

Five different Florida State ball-carriers scored a touchdown in the game, and three came in the second quarter.

Trey Benson, Caziah Holmes and Lawrance Toafili all had touchdown runs in the second quarter. Benson ran it in from 4 yards out, Holmes 3 and Toafili 17.

Seminoles running back CJ Campbell Jr. broke off a 70-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to make it a 45-13 game. He totaled  78 yards to lead Florida State.

Florida State never let North Alabama score again after Lions quarterback Noah Walters had two touchdown passes in the first quarter. Walter’s found Takairee Kenebrew from 13 yards out and J.J. Evans from 6 to give North Alabama its big, early lead.

Walters finished with 50% completion and 65 yards along with an interception.