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Men's college basketball preview: Florida State Seminoles at Clemson Tigers


Florida State at Clemson

When/where: 7; Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, S.C.

TV/radio: ESPN2; 1040-AM

Records: Florida State 17-6, 5-4 ACC; Clemson 16-7, 4-5

Notable: FSU has won two of its past three, including a 71-65 victory over Miami in Tallahassee. … The Seminoles are 6-6 on the road in the ACC in the past two seasons and have won two of their first four this season. … FSU C Solomon Alabi and F Chris Singleton have combined for 63 steals and 95 blocks, and Singleton leads the ACC in steals with 52. … The Seminoles have held their past 59 opponents below 50 percent shooting from the field, a feat that started in an NIT loss to Akron on March 18, 2008. … F Trevor Booker averages 15.4 points and 8.4 rebounds to lead the Tigers.

Times wires

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