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2013-14 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball schedule


Today Jacksonville, 8 UCF, 7

Nov. 17 Tennessee-Martin, 2

Nov. 21 Va. Commonwealth San Juan, Puerto Rico, 7:30

Nov. 22 Long Beach State or Michigan San Juan, Puerto Rico

Nov. 24 TBA San Juan, Puerto Rico

Nov. 29 at Florida, 7:30

Dec. 3 at Minnesota, 9:30

Dec. 8 Jacksonville State, 6

Dec. 17 Charlotte, 7

Dec. 21 vs. Massachusetts Sunrise, 2

Dec. 30 Charleston Southern, 7

Jan. 4 Virginia, 5

Jan. 9 at Clemson, 7

Jan. 12 Maryland, 8

Jan. 15 at Miami, 9

Jan. 18 at Virginia, noon

Jan. 21 Notre Dame, 8

Jan. 25 at Duke, noon

Jan. 29 at N.C. State, 9

Feb. 1 Clemson, 4

Feb. 5 Virginia Tech, 9

Feb. 8 at Maryland, 3

Feb. 10 Miami, 9

Feb. 15 at Wake Forest, 8

Feb. 17 North Carolina, 7

Feb. 23 at Pittsburgh, 6

March 2 Georgia Tech, 6

March 4 at Boston College, 9

March 9 Syracuse, 2

March 12-16 ACC tournament at Greensboro, N.C.

2013-14 Florida State Seminoles men's basketball schedule 11/07/13 [Last modified: Thursday, November 7, 2013 11:22pm]
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