Florida State down to 3rd-string QB with Rodemaker out vs. Louisville
It'll be up to third-string quarterback Brock Glenn to help Florida State make the College Football Playoff as Tate Rodemaker is out versus Louisville on Saturday due to concussion symptoms.
Glenn took the majority of snaps this week in practice after Rodemaker was injured late in last Saturday's win at Florida. The start was Rodemaker's first of the season after star Jordan Travis suffered a season-ending leg injury in the Week 12 win over North Alabama.
Despite Rodemaker being limited in practice all week, Florida State listed him as a game-day decision for Saturday. He participated in full uniform in the warmup before the Seminoles announced Glenn would start.
Rodemaker struggled mightily in his first start last week, but Trey Benson and the defense delivered the win over the Gators to keep Florida State undefeated. That'll likely have to be the case again against the Cardinals, as the Seminoles must win to keep their playoff hopes alive.
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