Jordan Travis was on the stage with his Florida State teammates as they lifted the ACC Championship trophy.

The Seminoles won their 13th game in 13 tries on Saturday to beat Louisville and capture the program’s first conference title since 2014. They did so without their senior quarterback, who was lost for the season during the second-to-last week of the season.

Travis had surgery and remains on crutches, but he was with the team on the sideline throughout Saturday’s game. When it was time to celebrate their championship, FSU teammates broke out in a “Jordan Travis” chant.

“There’s not enough words,” coach Mike Norvell said when asked to describe what Travis has meant to the program. “He’s an incredible example of an unbelievable teammate. He cares so much about this program. And even through times of adversity, he’s still here and he’s still present and he’s still trying to make the best impact he can. He’s a special human being.”

True freshman Brock Glenn started at quarterback for Florida State, though it wasn’t the prettiest offensive outing. Florida State averaged just 3.4 yards per play. Glenn completed eight of his 21 passes for 55 yards.

But, as Travis said on the stage after the game, the Seminoles are getting rings.

Now, they’ll wait to see if the College Football Playoff committee gives them a chance to play for another set of rings.