By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
September 18, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- It's usually a sign that things aren't going well when a team calls a players only meeting, something Florida State did on Monday night.
Players didn't go into much detail on what was said, but claimed it focused on trying to get the team back together and winning football games.
We asked a couple of players on Tuesday point-blank if the team is fully bought in and they said earlier in this season, maybe not; but they are now and they feel like last night's meeting helped to get everyone on the same page.
"I mean players only meetings. What's said in players only meetings stays in players only meetings," said FSU offensive lineman Alec Eberle. "We just wanted to have a little come together moment and I think it did it's job."
"I think we got a lot out of it," added wide receiver Keith Gavin. "Everybody got to understand how everybody felt. We put our feelings aside and really, man, we just want to get better."