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College basketball preview capsule: Florida State Seminoles vs. North Florida

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Florida State vs. North Florida

When/where: 8:30; Tucker Center, Tallahassee

Radio: 820-AM

Notable: This is the first-ever meeting between the Seminoles and Ospreys. Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton, who is 9-0 in season openers, said he wants his team to run more and cut down on turnovers. … FSU F Chris Singleton, the ACC defensive player of the year, averaged 10.2 points a game last season … Ospreys F Matt Sauey set a school record last season with 48 blocks. … Hamilton said this is the deepest team he has had during his tenure with the Seminoles, who have gone 10-deep in exhibition games. … FSU has won 12 consecutive home game against teams from the state of Florida.

Times staff; Orlando Sentinel

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