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Men's basketball preview: Florida State Seminoles at Virginia Cavaliers

FSU at Virginia

When/where: 4 p.m., John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville, Va.

TV/radio: Sun Sports; 1040-AM

Records: FSU 15-4, 2-2 ACC; Virginia 7-8, 1-3

Notable: The Seminoles, coming off a 75-69 league loss Wednesday at Miami, are on the road for the third time in ACC play. … Senior G Toney Douglas is third in the ACC in scoring (19.5 points per game); he had 30 at Miami, matching a school record with seven 3-pointers. But he needs more help. Freshman F Chris Singleton is second in scoring with 9.1 ppg. … Virginia, the only ACC team below .500 overall, has lost three straight. Two were on the road, 78-75 to Virginia Tech and 84-78 to Maryland, and the third was at home against North Carolina. … The Cavaliers are 3-5 in games decided by six or fewer points, including a 77-75 win against USF. … Freshman G Sylven Landesberg leads the team in scoring with 16.6 ppg). … Virginia leads the series 17-15. FSU won the last meeting 69-67 on Jan. 23, 2008, in Tallahassee and has won four of the past five.

Brian Landman, Times staff writer

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