FSU football: 3 areas Brock Glenn showed progression in Orange Bowl

Capital One Orange Bowl - Georgia v Florida State
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The Orange Bowl was an uphill battle for the FSU football team, with many players opting out of the game. One reason I pointed to in a piece before the game was FSU playing a freshman quarterback in his second career start and Georgia playing their starting quarterback. FSU was also without its top three receivers, Johnny Wilson, Keon Coleman, and Jaheim Bell. We saw what Brock Glenn looked like in his first career start against an aggressive Louisville defense earlier this month. The game looked like it was moving way too fast.

He didn't look sure of himself and made a lot of poor decisions. He didn't have much time to prepare for that game with the uncertainty of Tate Rodemaker's health. However, he had been taking a lot of practice reps preparing for the Orange Bowl against Georgia. Once Tate Rodemaker opted to enter the transfer portal, he got all of the first-team reps, which made it worth watching the Orange Bowl to see his progression over the past few weeks. I was surprised by how much improvement I saw. Here are three areas he showed the most progression.