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College basketball preview: FSU Seminoles at Maryland Terrapins

FSU at Maryland

When/where: 8; Comcast Coliseum, College Park, Md.

Radio: 1040-AM

Records: FSU 9-5, 1-0 ACC; Maryland 13-1, 1-0

Notable: The Seminoles will be challenged to open 2-0 in ACC play for the first time, visiting a Maryland team that has won 13 in a row, one shy of the school record. … The Terrapins are winning with defense; they've allowed a shooting percentage of 35.2, fourth best in the nation, and lead the ACC in rebounds per game. Keying that is a potential NBA lottery pick, 7-1 sophomore C Alex Len, who is averaging 13.5 points, 8.1 rebounds and 2.2 blocks. The Terps also have a strong freshman class under second-year coach Mark Turgeon. … FSU has lost seven in a row at Comcast Coliseum.

Times staff

College basketball preview: FSU Seminoles at Maryland Terrapins 01/08/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 10:20pm]
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