Not so fast, my friend. Seriously, the fall migration has been waaaaaay late this year, and I can't imagine it's late in Texas and on-time in Florida. I'd keep looking into November and maybe there'll be more than just one or two of those really good birds yall were discussing. And while it grieves me to say so, it might beat watching FSU this year. [I feel awful for saying that.]
Curious thing here. We have had all kinds of goodies in Texas this fall that belongs in Florida. Best guess is the strong NE winds from various frontal systems and storms. We've had lots of Black-throated Blues and even a fair numbers of Cape Mays - that's amazing! Oh, and several male Scarlet Tanagers, a plumage many of my Texas friends have never seen. Definitely the oddest fall I've seen here in my 23 years of being a Texan.