Ian Miller continues to be a boon for the Florida State Seminoles since returning from academic suspension in December. Since Jan. 10, he has helped the Noles to a 10-1 record, the latest victory coming Saturday against the N.C. State Wolfpack. Miller notched 17 points in the 76-62 win, and Florida State never trailed.
The Wolfpack struggled offensively throughout the game, committing 17 turnovers and shooting just 29.3 percent from the field. They were able to use their athleticism to force 31 free throw attempts, converting 25 of them. It wasn't enough to overcome the poor night shooting, however. Bernard James blocked four shots, and the Seminoles blocked nine as a team.
C.J. Leslie still managed to score 21 points on 8-for-14 from the field. Scott Wood and Richard Howell were a combined 2-for-16, however. James had 12 points, with Okaro White and Michael Snaer chipping in 10 points each. The Seminoles shot 49 percent for the game. They led by double digits throughout the second half.
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