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Florida State's Rodemaker a game-time decision for ACC championship

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Florida State quarterback Tate Rodemaker is a game-time decision for Saturday's ACC championship game against Louisville, the school said, per ESPN's David Hale.

He started the Seminoles' regular-season finale against Florida after the team lost Jordan Travis to a season-ending leg injury Nov. 18. Rodemaker hasn't practiced in full this week due to his own ailment.

Rodemaker briefly exited the 24-15 win over the Gators. He finished the contest with 134 passing yards on 12 of 25 passing.

Brock Glenn is expected to get the nod if Rodemaker is unable to suit up against the Cardinals. Glenn completed 2 of 4 passes for 35 yards and ran for 37 yards and a touchdown on six carries this season. The freshman has taken the live work in practice this week, according to Hale.

Undefeated Florida State is aiming to win the ACC and make the College Football Playoff for the first time since 2014. The Seminoles are the playoff committee's No. 4-ranked team heading into conference championship weekend. Florida State trails Georgia, Michigan, and Washington; it's one spot ahead of Oregon.

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