Jordan Travis launches merch line including Tate Rodemaker shirts with proceeds going to him

Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis suffered a gruesome leg injury in his final game inside Doak Campbell Stadium last weekend against North Alabama. We’ve seen thousands of FSU fans send Travis thoughts and prayers and now they have a new way to support the legendary FSU signal caller via name, image and likeness opportunities.

Travis, through his Just Win Management management group, revealed a new merch line including shirts with messages like 18ELIEVE, FIN13H, a praying emoji and #FINISHFOR13.

Being the great teammate that he is, Travis is donating 100% of the profits from the sale of 18ELIEVE shirts to the signalman who wears number 18, Tate Rodemaker – Travis’ replacement and FSU’s new starting quarterback for the remainder of the 2023 football season.

Rodemaker entered FSU’s game against UNA to relieve Travis after he was injured late in the first quarter. The fourth-year passer finished 13-23 for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns.

FSU (11-0) and Rodemaker will face rival Florida (5-6) in Gainesville next Saturday at 7 p.m. Eastern. The ‘Noles next play in the ACC championship game in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Dec. 2 against the Louisville Cardinals (10-1).

Travis finishes his FSU career as one of program leaders in passing yards and touchdowns. He has 28 career wins as a starter, including 17 in a row to end things on a high note.

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