Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis, known for his gritty play and determination, suffered a devastating leg injury during his last game at Doak Campbell Stadium. The injury left fans and teammates stunned and worried for the future of their star player.
In the face of this setback, however, Travis has found a new way to gain support and inspire others through the Name, Image, and Likeness opportunities that have recently become available to college athletes. Teaming up with his management group, Just Win Management, Travis has unveiled a merchandise line featuring shirts with empowering messages.
Among the slogans featured on the shirts are “18ELIEVE,” “FIN13H,” a praying emoji, and “#FINISHFOR13.” These messages represent Travis’s relentless spirit and serve as a rallying cry for fans and supporters.
Fans can purchase these shirts on Travis’s website, and all profits from the 18ELIEVE shirt will go directly to Travis’s backup and new starting quarterback, Tate Rodemaker. Rodemaker stepped in for Travis after his injury and displayed an impressive performance, leading the team to victory with 217 yards and 2 touchdowns.
As Travis faces the end of his college career, he leaves behind a legacy of success at Florida State University (FSU). With an impressive record of 28 wins as a starter, including a remarkable 17 consecutive wins, Travis has solidified his place in FSU history.
Looking ahead, FSU’s perfect 11-0 record sets the stage for an exciting matchup against the Florida Gators (5-6) in Gainesville next Saturday. Following that, the team will compete in the ACC Championship game against the formidable Louisville Cardinals (10-1) in Charlotte, North Carolina on December 2.
Despite the untimely end to his season, Travis’s resilience and determination continue to inspire those around him. By leveraging his Name, Image, and Likeness opportunities, he has found a way to unite fans, support his teammates, and leave a lasting impact on the FSU community.
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