The debate about whether to bring in a transfer quarterback or not has been going on for a few weeks, especially after the injury to Jordan Travis.
Redshirt junior Tate Rodemaker made his second career start on the road in the Swamp against the Florida Gators and led the Noles to victory.
However, the offense didn’t look like a well-oiled machine for much of that night. Some of the factors were beyond Rodemaker, and Brock Glenn’s start against Louisville confirmed he’s a freshman who’s likely not ready to start in 2024.
I like Tate Rodemaker, but I don’t think I’d feel comfortable with him starting and Glenn as the backup. FSU can’t afford to go 7-5 or 8-4, derailing the momentum they’ve built over the past two years, going 23-3.
There are reports that FSU coaches are entertaining taking a transfer quarterback that fits a mold. He’ll likely be a guy with a lot of experience and only one year of eligibility left, as to not upset Glenn or the incoming Luke Kromenhoek.
Washington State’s Cam Ward and Oregon State’s DJ Uiagalelei look to be the two most popular targets.