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College basketball preview: No. 15 FSU Seminoles at Miami Hurricanes

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No. 15 FSU at Miami

When/where: 6; BankUnited Center, Coral Gables

TV/radio: ESPNU; 1040-AM

Records: FSU 19-8, 10-3 ACC; Miami 16-10, 7-6

Notable: The Seminoles are playing for NCAA Tournament seeding, the Hurricanes for a chance at an NCAA berth. … Since a five-game winning streak, Miami has lost three of four, starting with a 64-59 defeat at FSU that got the Seminoles back on track after a loss to Boston College. … On Tuesday, the Hurricanes fell 75-70 at Maryland and had a nine-minute stretch without a field goal. … The Seminoles are going for a school-record fourth straight 20-win season.

Times staff

College basketball preview: No. 15 FSU Seminoles at Miami Hurricanes 02/25/12 [Last modified: Saturday, February 25, 2012 10:51pm]
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