Tate Rodemaker is not a lock to play in the ACC Championship Game on Saturday.

When he met with reporters in Charlotte on Friday ahead of the title game against Louisville, coach Mike Norvell listed Rodemaker as a game-time decision.

According to Norvell, Rodemaker was limited in practice during the week while third-string freshman quarterback Brock Glenn took most of the live reps. Norvell said Rodemaker passed concussion tests on the sideline against Florida in Week 13 following a hit that briefly took him out of the game, but he reported symptoms on Sunday.

“All those guys are ready and they’re prepared if their number is called,” Norvell said of the room.

Glenn has attempted four passes this season, completing two of them for 35 yards. He also has six rushing attempts for 37 yards and a touchdown.

The Seminoles are already without starting quarterback Jordan Travis, who suffered a season-ending leg injury in the win over North Alabama.

Florida State won the game 24-15 thanks to 3 rushing touchdowns from Trey Benson. Rodemaker finished with 134 yards passing.

The Seminoles take on Louisville in Charlotte. The Cardinals were on a 4-game winning streak until Kentucky pulled off the upset to take home the Governor’s Cup.

Kickoff will be at 8 p.m. ET on ABC this Saturday.