Florida State Seminoles Gloriously Win ACC Championship Despite Having To Rely On Third-String QB Brock Glenn

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The Florida State Seminoles are the ACC Champions!

Despite the massive pressure that was on the Noles of having to rely on third-string quarterback Brock Glenn, No. 4-ranked FSU won the ACC Championship with a 16-6 win Saturday night over the Louisville Cardinals. Still undefeated, the Seminoles now wait to see if they make it into the College Football Playoff.

Without a doubt, Florida State misses the hell out of their veteran QB Jordan Travis, who was out for the campaign due to a leg injury. And on top of that, they also had to be in their feelings a little bit before the game having backup Tate Rodemaker out of the contest because of a concussion. (RELATED: Deion Sanders Wins Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson Of The Year … But Why?)

Facing these extraordinarily tough circumstances, the Noles had to look to Glenn, and the true freshman who just enrolled at Florida State back in January… looked like a true freshman who just enrolled at Florida State back in January throwing for 55 yards off 8-of-21 passing. However, despite that, head coach Mike Norvell showed his genius and STILL won FSU’s first ACC chip since 2014.


Bringing the ACC title back to the Sunshine State! I love it!

I admit, I was worried about the Noles at first…

But the boys pulled it through!


A Miami loyalist can show love to Florida State, it’s all positive vibes down here in the best state in the Union.