The best news of the weekend came in the form of a commitment as top 60 recruit, Houston Griffith, has committed to FSU.
Here’s what the others member of #Tribe18 had to say about Houston Griffith’s pledge.
3-star safety commitment, John Huggins, remains unfazed by FSU’s 1-3 start. He’s 100% locked-in.
Houston Griffith, Verdis Brown, and many other high-profile targets were in attendance for the rivalry match with Miami.
Unsurprisingly FSU did not garner any top 25 votes in this week’s polls.
Florida State is currently projected to play Tennessee in the Belk Bowl or as I like to call it:
The "Which Staff Failed Its Talented Roster The Most" Bowl https://t.co/AqEg53iBY0— LastPrinceofKrypton (@GodofKrypton) October 8, 2017
FSU is seventh in ESPN’s ACC Power Rankings.
Oklahoma, USC? Which one loss team has the best shot at still making the college football playoff?
Week 6’s winners and losers, the pirate is getting it done for Washington State.
Here’s to a speedy recovery for Miami’s Mark Walton whom suffered a season-ending injury vs FSU:
Mark Richt confirms Mark Walton has suffered a season-ending right ankle injury.— Andrea Adelson (@aadelsonESPN) October 8, 2017
Unfortunately 16th ranked soccer fell 0-2 to No. 4 Duke:
Volleyball fell to PIttsburgh in four sets; rough weekend for FSU sports.
Jalen Ramsey is absurd:
So is Telvin Smith:
Telvin also earned PFF’s game ball:
Patrick Robinson continues to play at an incredibly high level: