FSU football: Three positives to focus on heading into Orange Bowl for the Noles

Here are three positives to focus on for the Florida State Seminoles as they head into their Orange Bowl matchup versus the Georgia Bulldogs.

Georgia football coach Kirby Smart and Florida State coach Mike Norvell shake hands for the cameras
Georgia football coach Kirby Smart and Florida State coach Mike Norvell shake hands for the cameras / Marc Weiszer / USA TODAY NETWORK
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GLENN PLAYING LOOSE

The Florida State Seminoles are currently 20-point underdogs to the Georgia Bulldogs with several players on the Seminoles' roster opting out.

The offensive depth chart is a shell of itself as the majority of the offensive playmakers consist of backups stepping into the role of starters. More specifically, Florida State is trotting out true freshman Brock Glenn as the quarterback, who completed only 8 of his 21 pass attempts for 55 yards in the ACC Championship Game versus the Louisville Cardinals.

While the Seminoles' defensive unit played like a version of the 1985 Chicago Bears, the offense struggled to move the football unless it was a Lawarance Toafili Wildcat play. Unfortunately, the talented running back will not participate in the contest due to suffering an injury in the conference championship game.

As a result, Glenn will have to grow up in front of our eyes. This will be a great experience for him to grow and develop. The former four-star prospect could essentially play loose because it is essentially a scrimmage for him to improve himself.