Damarius Travis
Damarius  Travis

RS Senior

Pensacola, Fla.

High School:
Pensacola HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 215


3 Letters

Human Resource Development


Gophers Tackle B1G Media Days

Minnesota represented by Tracy Claeys, Mitch Leidner, Jack Lynn and Damarius Travis


Six Gophers Honored By Athlon

Jonah Pirsig, Brandon Lingen, Shannon Brooks, Damarius Travis, Jack Lynn and Ryan Santoso named preseason All-Big Ten by Athlon


Gopher R.E.P.S.: Financial Planning

The Minnesota football team met with financial planners last week to help prepare them for college life and life after football


Gopher Football Weekly To Air On April 5

Five guests will appear on show to preview Minnesota's spring game on April 9


Spring Preview: Defensive Backs

Gophers lose three starters, but return a ton of talent


Gophers Claim Little Brown Jug

Minnesota defeated Michigan, 30-14, to claim the Little Brown Jug.


Gophers Beat San Jose State

David Cobb and Chris Streveler each rushed for over 150 yards as Minnesota beat San Jose State, 24-7.


Football vs Northwestern 10.11.14

Football vs Northwestern 10.11.14


Minnesota @ Northwestern


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Has started all seven games • recorded 46 tackles with four for a loss of 15 yards, has two interceptions, one fumble recovery and has deflected four passes. Game-by-Game: recorded four tackles against Oregon State including one for a loss of one yard and had one pass breakup •  tallied four tackles with one fumble recovery against Indiana State • made eight tackles including one for a loss of six yards and had one interception against Colorado State • registered nine tackles with one for a loss of six yards and had one pass breakup against Penn State • made seven tackles with one for a loss of two yards against Iowa and six tackles against Maryland • came up clutch as Rutgers was marching down the field at the end of the first half recording an interception in the end zone with 10 seconds left on the clock. Also made eight tackles.   

 Started against TCU and made 10 tackles • missed the rest of the season with an injury • received a medical hardship waiver from the NCAA and was granted one more year of eligibility, which he is using during the 2016-17 season. 

2014 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started seven of 13 games played • made 61 tackles, including 3.5 for a loss • broke up five passes • recorded two interceptions, forced one fumble and recovered one fumble. Game-by-Game: Broke up one pass against Eastern Illinois • made three tackles against Middle Tennessee • made three tackles, including one tackle-for-loss, and broke up one pass at TCU • tallied four tackles, one interception and .5 tackle-for-loss against San Jose State • broke up two passes and made one tackle at Michigan • made five tackles, broke up one pass and made one interception for the final play of the game against Northwestern • tallied seven tackles, including one for a loss, against Purdue • recorded three tackles (one tackle-for-loss) at Illinois • made five tackles against Iowa • notched seven tackles against Ohio State • made eight tackles and returned a fumble 24 yards at Nebraska • second on the team with a season-high 10 tackles at Wisconsin • made five tackles against Missouri.

2013 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Played in 13 games and started two • made 28 tackles and broke up four passes. Game-by-Game: Made two tackles against UNLV • recorded three tackles at New Mexico State • started against Western Illinois and recorded one pass breakup and two tackles • registered two tackles against San Jose State • saw action against Iowa • made one solo tackle at Michigan • started at safety at Northwestern, where he made three tackles and broke up two passes • recorded one tackle and broke up one pass against Nebraska • made four tackles at Indiana and three tackles against Penn State • registered four tackles against Wisconsin • made two tackles at Michigan State and against Syracuse.

2012 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in all 13 games and made eight tackles. Game-by-Game: Made his Minnesota and collegiate debut at UNLV • recorded his first career tackle in a win against Syracuse • had three tackles at Wisconsin • made one tackle vs. Michigan and one at Nebraska • notched two tackles vs. Texas Tech.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Pensacola High School • led team to a 9-3 record, a district championship and a regional semifinal game as a senior • named second-team Florida Class 6A all-state • earned all-area honors • coached by Mike Bennett.

PERSONAL: Born April 19, 1994 • son of Gregory and Catherine Travis • has already earned his degree in sport management • working on a certificate program in human resource development.


Game 8: Minnesota at Illinois


Minnesota plays at Illinois at 11 a.m. on Saturday. The game can be seen on BTN and can be heard on KFAN.

Double OT With Coach Claeys After Rutgers


Coach Claeys answered more questions after his Facebook Live show last night.

Smith Honored By B1G


Rodney Smith was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the week after recording 257 all-purpose yards against Rutgers.

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