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Today: Florida State Seminoles at Wake Forest Demon Deacons

No. 25 FSU at No. 7 Wake Forest

When/where: 4; Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Winston-Salem, N.C.

TV/radio: Ch. 44; 1040-AM

Records: FSU 19-5, 6-3 ACC, Wake 18-4, 5-4

Notable: FSU has won three straight and is off to its best start in ACC play since 7-2 in 1992-93. … It is allowing 62.8 points per game on 37.9 percent shooting, both second in the league. … The Seminoles are averaging 12.7 turnovers during their win streak compared with 16.5 in their previous six ACC games. … Since reaching No. 1, Wake is 2-4. … It is averaging 81.7 points, second in the ACC, but 72.7 in its past six games. … The Demon Deacons outrebounded 10 of their first 15 opponents but have been outrebounded in four of their past six with one even and one in which they had just one more.

Brian Landman, Times staff writer

Today: Florida State Seminoles at Wake Forest Demon Deacons 02/13/09 [Last modified: Friday, February 13, 2009 10:22pm]
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