Florida State Collapses In Epic Fashion in Loss to Florida

In Fashion

The first half was the greatest basketball we’ve seen from Florida State this season. The defense was getting turnovers and getting out in transition, Florida was missing the easy looks, Darin Green was hitting every shot he took, Matthew Cleveland had confidence, Colin Castleton was being contained, Caleb Mills was being aggressive, guys that weren’t expected to play were playing… it’s crazy how fast it can all change. 

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Despite being up 43-26 at halftime, I had a slightly uneasy feeling. While the score was great, Florida missed a ton of easy looks. You couldn’t count on them to go 1/12 from 3 or 4/10 on layups again. A strong first four minutes was something both teams were looking for… Florida answered the call. They came out of halftime on a roaring 30-5 run over the first 10 minutes of the half, including a 12-3 run in the first four minutes of the half. Florida took advantage of an FSU team that was playing lazy with the ball and was cowering just a little bit, afraid of getting punched in the mouth. The lead would get as high as 11 with about 10 minutes left before FSU started to chip their way back into it, they could just never get all the way back, and are now 0-4 for the first time since 1959 as they would fall 76-67.

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