Jordan Travis Overcame Tough First Half
Jordan Travis looked rattled in the first half, almost like he reverted back to 2020 Jordan Travis on a couple of series. He was 14 of 21 in the first half, but made some questionable decisions that almost cost the Noles big time.
He threw a bad interception just one play after LSU had muffed a punt, giving FSU a prime opportunity to seize control int he first half.
He threw another pass under pressure into the middle of the field, and the ball fell just short of a LSU defender, which would have given LSU the ball nearly in the red zone.
However, Jordan Travis regrouped and had a monster second half. He seemed like the poised Jordan Travis we’ve come to love, checking into the right plays and somehow keeping his Heisman hopes alive because I thought those were over after his first half performance. I
mean, that’s not the most important thing, but if he performs the rest of the season like he did in the second half? He’ll receive an invitation to New York at the very least. This next guy might receive one with him.