"One was off a tipped pass, one was off what we thought should have been a pass interference where the wide receiver got knocked down," coach K.C. Keeler said. "He's a very talented young man, and probably his greatest attributes were the mental part of his game."
"Talking to the guys at Maryland, they wish Travis had a little more patience," Keeler said. "Sometimes, when you're a big-time recruit and there's a number of talented guys at your position, sometimes you don't have the patience you need to have. That was a benefit for us because we think he'll be a pretty good player."