Harrison's play became the talk of the game late.
Late in the fourth quarter of No. 1 Alabama's win over No. 3 Florida State on Saturday, Alabama safety Ronnie Harrison came through and sacked FSU quarterback Deondre Francois.
Harrison got up celebrating. Francois stayed on the ground holding his knee in pain.
The injury did not look good, though there hasn't been an official update on Francois' condition.
Harrison did hit Francois low as he chased him down, but the junior safety tweeted late last night that his hit wasn't intentional and he hopes Francois recovers quickly.
Given the fact Harrison checked on Francois as he left the field and tweeted out that message, it is unlikely he was trying to injure him.
We join Harrison in hoping Francois is back on the field soon.