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College basketball preview: FSU Seminoles vs. Duke


FSU at

No. 8 Duke

When/where: 9; Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, N.C.

TV/radio: ESPN; 1040-AM

Records: FSU 15-4, 3-2 ACC; Duke 16-3, 4-2

Notable: The Blue Devils recovered from a surprising loss at North Carolina State to manhandle then-No. 17 Clemson 60-47. … The ACC leader with 82.8 points per game, Duke leans heavily on guards Jon Scheyer and Nolan Smith and forward Kyle Singler. The trio are averaging a combined 52.9 points, 63.9 percent of the team total. … Duke is 11-0 at home this season, 42-2 the past three seasons, with both losses to North Carolina. … The Seminoles have bounced back from two straight losses with two straight wins, the last one 68-66 over Georgia Tech that put them on the verge of rejoining the Top 25.

Times staff

College basketball preview: FSU Seminoles vs. Duke 01/26/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 8:27pm]
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