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College basketball preview: FSU at No. 25 Miami


FSU at No. 25 Miami

When/where: 6; BankUnited Center, Coral Gables

TV/radio: ESPNU; 1040-AM

Records: FSU 11-7, 3-2 ACC; Miami 14-3, 5-0

Notable: The Hurricanes are on a high after one of the biggest wins in program history, Wednesday's 90-63 pulverizing of No. 1 Duke. It was the school's first win over a top-ranked team. … Miami has size and experience on its frontline in 6-foot-11 senior Kenny Kadji, 6-10 senior Julian Gamble and 6-10, 292-pound senior Reggie Johnson. … The 'Canes had held six straight opponents to fewer than 60 points before the Blue Devils scored 63. They have allowed 35.3 percent shooting from the field during their six-game winning streak. … The Seminoles are breathing a little easier after rallying from 13 points down to beat Clemson 60-57 on Thursday and avoid a three-game skid. … They're 0-2 against ranked teams after winning an ACC-high six such games last season.

Times staff

College basketball preview: FSU at No. 25 Miami 01/26/13 [Last modified: Saturday, January 26, 2013 10:34pm]
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