According to TD's Corey Clark, FSU Football has reported six secondary violations to the NCAA for the past football season. These are very small violations and none will adversely affect the program. Secondary violations are of a silly nature and pretty much serve to highlight the ridiculousness that is the NCAA.
Corey Clark (via Twitter, @Corey_Clark):
One was for a walk-on eating a meal at training table.
Another was for a player's photo appearing in a Publix advertisement on the video board during a game.
Oh and I caused a secondary violation, too. Apologies, folks. I asked Greg Reid about LaMarcus Joyner and quoted him in a notebook. I didn't know current players weren't allowed to talk about high school prospects - even committed ones. Reid had hung out with Joyner during his visit - and both are big-play corners - so it was a natural to ask about him.
The NCAA really doesn't care at all about these. Some programs report upwards of 100 secondary violations per season and nothing ever happens.