Jordan Travis will continue to be evaluated by Florida State for this week’s game, coach Mike Norvell said Tuesday.

He left the first half of Friday’s game against Louisville with a leg injury and was unable to return.

Before Travis went down, he passed for 157 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception against Louisville. His injury could have jeopardized the win for Florida State but the team managed to hold it together. When he is ready to return, Florida State will play him. Florida State head coach Mike Norvell spoke about Florida State’s plan for Travis.

“Jordan, as the week progresses, if he’s prepared to play, he’s going to play,” Norvell told reporters on Tuesday.

This will be a situation that could be monitored until the day of the game. If Travis isn’t able to, backup quarterback Tate Rodemaker will get the start. He threw 2 touchdown passes in FSU’s comeback win over Louisville in Week 3.

Travis is not the only player who is dealing with an injury. Norvell didn’t identify specific players, but sounded optimistic about FSU’s injury situation as a whole on Tuesday.

“We had some guys that were limited today but some guys got even more work than what I thought they would,” Norvell added.

Florida State will host Boston College on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET.