View of a Florida State Seminoles helmet on the field Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

The undefeated Florida State Seminoles were not chosen to be one of the four teams participating in the College Football Playoff. This decision has left the majority of college football fans completely split on the matter. Colorado Buffaloes star Travis Hunter offered his opinion on the matter Tuesday.

The decision to leave the 12-0 Seminoles out of the CFP was largely made due to the season-ending injury to star quarterback Jordan Travis. Without Travis, there is a pretty clear argument that Florida State is no longer one of the four best teams in college football.

Travis Hunter instead took offense to the decision made by the CFP committee, arguing on his podcast that losing one player “doesn’t mean anything” regarding the future of an entire team.

“I don’t understand how you can go undefeated and not be in there,” said Hunter on the 12 Talks podcast on Bleacher Report. “I don’t know what to say. Just because you lost a player doesn’t mean anything. I don’t know how you can go undefeated and then just get kicked out of the College Football Playoff. Ain’t that what we’re all playing for? To be in the playoff and win the championship?

“They deserve to be in there, undefeated, 13-0 for no reason is crazy, that’s crazy. I wish he (Jordan Travis) didn’t break his leg, but they definitely didn’t get it right.”

Hunter suffered an injury of his own this season which put his season in jeopardy, so he likely knows exactly how Jordan Travis feels after his injury.

That being said, Hunter’s Colorado team obviously had far less success than Florida State did this season. So it certainly has to sting a little more for Travis.

[Bleacher Report on Twitter]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.