Florida State quarterback Brock Glenn will start in the biggest games of his football career in back-to-back outings.

After Glenn was called upon to step in for the injured Tate Rodemaker in the ACC Championship Game against Louisville, he will now start against Georgia in the Orange Bowl with Jordan Travis still injured and Rodemaker having entered the transfer portal.

Glenn completed 8-of-21 passes for 55 yards against the Cardinals, but that hasn’t dampened his confidence or excitement for the challenge of going up against Georgia’s defense.

“It’s awesome, it’s an awesome opportunity,” Glenn said at the beginning of his media availability, per Rivals. “When I first started (my career), if you would have told me that this story would have happened, I wouldn’t have believed you. It’s God’s plan, it’s His process and I trust the process. I’m excited for the opportunity.”

The Noles will be without a plethora of starters due to opt-outs, injuries or the transfer portal. Thus, this game is a chance for some of FSU’s youth to step up and show off their skills.

“We got a lot of guys that are going to be able to play that hadn’t played a bunch,” offensive coordinator Alex Atkins said. “Their excitement levels are through the roof. They’ve been waiting for their chance to show and prove what they’ve been doing in practice every day … Every guy on our roster feels like they should have been a guy anyway. I told them this is a chance for you to showcase your talent and ability. When you have an overly confident bunch like we have, it’s more just making sure we’re keeping them on point and organizing them in the best way we can showcase who they are.”

Glenn is one of those players that is eager to show off his talents. He says that he’s watched plenty of film from the Louisville game and has taken a lot away from that performance.

The Noles and Bulldogs will square off in the Orange Bowl on Saturday, Dec. 30th at 4:00 EST. The game will be played at Hard Rock Stadium and can be seen on ESPN.