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FLORIDA ST (26 - 6) vs. VIRGINIA (29 - 2)
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Friday, 3/15/2019 7:00 PM
ACC Conference Tournament - Semifinals - Charlotte, NC
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839FLORIDA ST126.5124.5
FLORIDA ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games26-6+9.415-1713-1675.535.444.4%37.667.231.240.7%32.9
Road Games10-5+0.47-84-1071.234.542.8%
Last 5 Games5-0+52-31-469.827.442.3%39.263.630.238.2%33.6
Conference Games14-5+5.810-97-1071.533.342.6%37.966.431.839.4%34.2
FLORIDA ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.535.426-5944.4%8-2333.3%16-2273.6%381013197144
vs opponents surrendering69.432.325-5842.5%8-2333.0%13-1870.7%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)71.234.525-5842.8%8-2233.7%14-2071.9%381013217145
Stats Against (All Games)67.231.223-5640.7%7-2233.3%15-2072.1%33810195143
vs opponents averaging72.734.226-5844.1%8-2334.1%14-1971.4%36914176134
Stats Against (Road Games)67.231.022-5540.0%7-2032.3%17-2372.9%34810186134

VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games29-2+13.823-815-1672.335.548.0%35.154.625.537.4%29.6
Road Games14-1+1213-28-770.333.048.1%34.756.727.739.0%31.4
Last 5 Games5-0+34-14-176.435.051.8%33.055.427.437.8%29.4
Conference Games17-2+9.814-510-970.734.548.3%35.456.627.537.4%29.9
VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.335.526-5448.0%9-2141.6%12-1674.6%3581515694
vs opponents surrendering69.432.325-5842.1%8-2333.0%13-1870.6%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)70.333.026-5448.1%8-2040.3%10-1567.9%3571415584
Stats Against (All Games)54.625.520-5337.4%6-2226.9%9-1564.8%3089165113
vs opponents averaging72.834.326-5943.9%8-2333.5%14-1971.2%37913176134
Stats Against (Road Games)56.727.721-5539.0%5-2125.5%9-1363.9%31810155103
Average power rating of opponents played: FLORIDA ST 82.1,  VIRGINIA 80.9
FLORIDA ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/27/2019@ MIAMI78-66W-4W144P28-5056.0%341423-5541.8%2610
2/2/2019GEORGIA TECH59-49W-12L137.5U16-4634.8%391417-6028.3%3714
2/5/2019@ SYRACUSE80-62W3W136O30-5554.5%332121-5141.2%2819
2/13/2019WAKE FOREST88-66W-18W142.5O35-6256.5%43922-5738.6%279
2/16/2019@ GEORGIA TECH69-47W-7W130.5U25-6439.1%501416-5927.1%3814
2/19/2019@ CLEMSON77-64W2.5W130.5O29-6048.3%431223-6038.3%3211
2/23/2019@ N CAROLINA59-77L7L161U18-5930.5%321026-6142.6%4710
2/25/2019NOTRE DAME68-61W-11.5L140U25-5644.6%401422-5639.3%269
3/2/2019NC STATE78-73W-7.5L153U26-5448.1%371624-5940.7%3012
3/5/2019VIRGINIA TECH73-64W-5W136.5O22-5837.9%32722-5341.5%3714
3/9/2019@ WAKE FOREST65-57W-11.5L142U24-5642.9%44916-6126.2%458
3/14/2019*VIRGINIA TECH65-63W1W135U22-5738.6%431726-5944.1%309

VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/26/2019@ NOTRE DAME82-55W-12W126O35-6752.2%45222-6136.1%337
1/29/2019@ NC STATE66-65W-6.5L138U24-5246.2%391622-6434.4%358
2/11/2019@ N CAROLINA69-61W1W139.5U24-4553.3%271023-6535.4%388
2/16/2019NOTRE DAME60-54W-17L126U19-5236.5%36819-5534.5%339
2/18/2019@ VIRGINIA TECH64-58W-5W118O23-5046.0%311323-5839.7%288
2/23/2019@ LOUISVILLE64-52W-5.5W124.5U26-5646.4%39517-5530.9%285
2/27/2019GEORGIA TECH81-51W-19W120O30-5455.6%41821-5637.5%217
3/4/2019@ SYRACUSE79-53W-6W121O28-5154.9%351119-5733.3%3310
3/14/2019*NC STATE76-56W-11.5W131.5O25-4852.1%33919-4938.8%299
3/15/2019*FLORIDA ST              
FLORIDA ST: Last season: 23-12, reached third Elite Eight in school history.
Nickname: Seminoles.
Coach: Leonard Hamilton.
Conference: Atlantic Coast.
Who's gone: Guard Braian Angola (graduated, will play for Orlando Magic's G League team in Lakeland), guard C.J. Walker (transfer to Ohio State), center Ike Obiagu (transfer to Seton Hall), forward Brandon Allen (graduated).
Who's back: The Seminoles return seven of their top nine scorers and their top five rebounders. But the team's leading scorer, senior F Phil Cofer, is out for at least six weeks after suffering a foot injury in practice. Cofer led FSU in scoring (12.8 points) and was second in rebounding (5.1) in 2017-18. Senior G Terance Mann is a versatile scorer who is coming off his best season (12.6 points and team-leading 5.4 rebounds). Trent Forrest steps into the starting point guard role, and the junior drives the lane through traffic with confidence. The rising star is sophomore F Mfiondu Kabengele, who averaged 7.2 points and 4.6 rebounds last season. Senior G P.J. Savoy is a sparkplug off the bench who knocked down 50 three-pointers last season.
Who's new: Florida State landed graduate transfer David Nichols, who averaged 14.6 points last season, from Albany. Freshman guard Devin Vassell averaged 16.7 points per game as a senior at Suwanee (Ga.) Peachtree Ridge.
The Skinny: Florida State has the length, depth and athleticism to compete with any of the ACC teams. Cofer's injury is a significant setback but he could return ahead of the start of ACC play in January.
Expectations: The Seminoles face a challenging schedule against seven teams ranked in the AP's preseason top 25, not to mention rivalry games against Florida and Miami, but should be able to win 20 games for a fourth straight season. A third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament is also likely.
VIRGINIA: Last season: 31-3, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Nickname: Cavaliers
Coach: Tony Bennett, 10th season
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Who's gone: G Devon Hall and F Isaiah Wilkins
Who's back: G Kyle Guy (14.1 ppg, 83 3-pointers) was the team's leading scorer and joins point guard Ty Jerome (10.6 ppg, 132 assists) as one of the nation's top backcourt tandems. F De'Andre Hunter returns from a late-season wrist injury as the ACC's top sixth man last year (9.2 ppg in just 19.9 mpg) and F Jack Salt anchors a defense that is always one of the nation's best. Fs Mamadi Diakite and Jay Huff have shown flashes of brilliance, but will need to offer more consistency at both ends.
Who's new: Alabama transfer Braxton Key could be a huge addition if he returns to his freshman year form when he averaged 12 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists for the Crimson Tide. Slowed by a knee injury, his numbers were cut almost in half, but at 6-foot-8, he should be a valued rebounding addition, too.
The Skinny: The Cavaliers may have topped their Ralph Sampson lost to Chaminade legacy last season by becoming the first No. 1 seed, and the overall No. 1 seed at that, to lose in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Bennett has said it's important to remember the feeling, but also their historic success and move forward. Bennett's team have largely underachieved in the tournament, reaching just one Elite Eight and one Sweet 16, a lack of success that has to haunt on some level.
Expectations: The Cavaliers are ranked fifth to start the season and picked second behind Duke in the ACC. With much veteran experience, they should again be able to give the young but talented Blue Devils a run for the ACC regular season and tournament titles.
No. 12 Florida State gets another shot at No. 2 Virginia

Second-ranked Virginia broke into a good groove in postseason play by the second half of its first game in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament Thursday.

No. 12 Florida State played a little longer, but came out with the same result.

That sets up the tournament semifinal game between the teams Friday night at the Spectrum in Charlotte, N.C.

"This team maintains their poise," Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton said. "They have a sense about them that they never seem to panic."

Fourth-seeded Florida State (26-6) needed overtime to dismiss fifth-seeded Virginia Tech in a 65-63 outcome Thursday. Terance Mann hit the winning basket with 1.8 seconds left, while Devin Vassell's 3-pointer forced overtime.

"Our guys have been resilient," said Hamilton, whose team has won 13 of its past 14 games. "They keep finding ways to win. We hit big shots when we have to make them, we get stops that have been necessary, and that just says a lot about the character of this team."

Virginia (29-2), the top seed for the ACC tournament, used a big second half to bury North Carolina State 76-56 in Thursday's quarterfinals.

The Cavaliers have a knack for producing with pressure on. They've trailed in the second half of their past three games.

While it took time to show efficiency, the Cavaliers believe they're in the right frame of mind.

"Just trying to have a laser focus and prepare for each game like it could be our last, and I think that's an important step that we've taken as a team," Virginia guard Kyle Guy said.

The Cavaliers know they'll receive more attention in the postseason.

"This is tournament basketball," Virginia coach Tony Bennett said. "These are possession by possession games, and there's a physicality that's there, so we just kept plugging."

Virginia cleared a hurdle Thursday by winning in the same arena where its season ended in stunning fashion in last March's NCAA Tournament first-round loss to Maryland-Baltimore County.

"Feels good to be back right here in this press conference room where we were last time," Guy said. "And just like Coach said, ready to press on and move on from it, learn from it."

Now it's on to the matter of trying to return to the conference tournament final and repeat that championship.

One of the breakthroughs Thursday came from senior center Jack Salt, who tallied a career-high 18 points for Virginia.

The going figures to be more treacherous in the lane against Florida State, which can stack up some heavy hitters in the middle of the defense.

"I've not had a game like this at Virginia, so it was pretty awesome to get that and for the guys to find me down low," Salt said.

In the only previous meeting between Florida State and Virginia this season, the Cavaliers won 65-52 on Jan. 5 at home.

That marked the lowest point total of the season for the Seminoles.

On Thursday, 10 players scored for the Seminoles, who received more than half of their points -- 33 of them -- from reserves.

"That's who we are, we're a team that has to win by committee," Hamilton said. "We're not necessarily going into a game feeling that one particular guy has to carry us."

Virginia is in the semifinals for the fifth time in six years.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 5/27/2019 8:56:26 AM EST

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