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The state of Florida opened the ACC conference game with a 74-61 win over Georgia Tech. The Seminoles were carried by their three-point shooting as they hit 8 of 17 triples. The Noles responded to a 15-0 run midway through the second half when they dominated the color late to retreat for victory. Florida State are now 4-0 for the fourth time in five years after beating the Yellow Jackets for the fifth time in a row.

The Seminoles started slowly on the offensive for the second game in a row, with five turnovers until the first media timeout. The defense of the FSU was up to the task early on, however, as all three Florida state start guards had a theft on the first media timeout.

After the early fighting, the Seminoles found their stroke. Anthony Polite and Nathanael Jack got the Seminoles going after the initial media timeout with two consecutive threes before Wyatt Wilkes drained a couple from the perimeter.

Florida state depth was there early as the first six buckets were scored by six different players, including three bankers. The Seminoles opened up a quick 10-point lead when Josh Pastner called for an 11:52 break in the half.

Jordan Usher kept the yellow jackets early on in the game. The senior striker started the game 4-5 from the field, including two deep balls for 10 early points. His second triple of the game made it a three-point deficit on the U-8 media timeout. Each team was sloppy with the ball early on, each with seven turnovers in the first 12 minutes.

Earlier this season, it appears that the FSU reached out to Polite when it needed a shot to stop a drought. After getting one early, he repeated the end of the half with another triple, giving the Seminoles a 27-23 lead on the final media timeout. After the TO, Wilkes emptied his third three-pointer of the half to extend the lead to seven.

The Seminoles went in half between 36 and 29, led by 18 bank points, 11 of which were from Wilkes’ hot hand. The Seminoles have dropped six of eleven triples and shot 52% off the field. Florida State only shot a free throw in half. GT shot 55% off the field but was only 3-10 from depth and had a turnover rate of 28%. Georgia Tech also just grabbed an offensive board.

After a quiet first half, Scottie Barnes opened the classification for the FSU after the break with a floater in the lane. M.. . J. . Walker took a corner three for his first triple of the night to give the Seminoles a 12-point lead and force a second GT break.

The FSU scored six of their first seven shots in the second half to extend the lead to 16 points within 13 minutes. But after the hot start, the Seminoles went freezing and helped Georgia Tech catch fire with points in the transition. The state of Florida missed four straight shots while the Yellow Jackets scored four straight hits and ran a 15-0 run in just 2:19. GT’s hot run closed the gap with 9:38.

Barnes was noticeably absent throughout the 15-0 run, but he seemed determined to swing the momentum when he got back on track. Barnes finished the run with an emphatic right-handed dunk just before the shot clock ran out:

Barnes followed the dunk with his second floater of the half. Two free throws from Balsa Koprivica brought the Seminoles to five after the U-8 media timeout.

Walker had one of his quieter nights but drilled the big shot when the state of Florida needed him late. Walker hit an open corner three from an extra pass from Barnes to give the Seminoles a nine-point advantage, and they had a little over five minutes left.

After their hot run in the middle of the half, the yellow jackets struggled to find the bottom of the net in the final section of the game. The yellow jackets missed seven goals in a row in five minutes late while the state of Florida clung to the color. The FSU made six of their last ten shots to end the win convincingly.

Barnes led by 16 points on 6-10 shooting (14 on 5-6 in 2H) and added 6 rebounds. Koprivica also quietly had a strong night, scoring 10 points and 8 rebounds (a tie between the career high he faced. Indiana Hoosiers earlier this season). In the meantime, Polite released his second double-digit game in a row with 10 points.

FSU finished 53% of the night shots. The Seminoles outpaced the yellow jackets by six boards and kept the visitors off the offensive. The yellow jackets only shot 25% from a distance which made all the difference in the game.

The Seminoles are next up against UCF and will give a tip on Saturday at 9:00 p.m. in the Tucker Center.

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