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

Capital One Orange Bowl - Georgia v Florida State
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I think this is the area where I was impressed the most. Brock Glenn was making checks at the line of scrimmage against a team like Georgia in his second career start. I'm sure the playbook was probably still limited, but that's a great deal of progression in a few weeks. He looked calm and confident and actually went through some progressions in the passing game. His ability to move around in the pocket and hit guys on scramble drills showed promise.

Jordan Travis has mentioned several times how difficult it was to learn Mike Norvell's offense. The protections and checks, RPO's, and everything else is a lot to grasp. I don't count the 2020 season, but it took Jordan Travis all of 2021 and 2022 to become the player he came under Mike Norvell. Glenn missed a lot of practice this fall with an injury, but it's promising he showed this much improvement in a month's time. If you didn't watch the Louisville game you won't understand how different he looked, but I saw lot to like.