LOOK: Alabama S Ronnie Harrison wishes FSU QB Deondre Francois a quick recovery

Alabama dominated Florida State in the much-hyped season opener in Atlanta, crushing the Seminoles offense en route to a 24-7 win.

With just more than five minutes to go in the game, Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois was sacked from behind by Crimson Tide safety Ronnie Harrison, causing an apparent leg injury. Francois laid on the ground, grabbing his right knee and could not put any pressure on the leg when walking off the field.

Harrison took to Twitter after the game to send his best wishes to Francois on his recovery.

Francois’ injury status has not been updated. The Seminoles return to the field on Sept. 9 against Louisiana-Monroe.

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