Found February 27, 2012 on Fox Sports South:
A rough week hits two ACC teams that needed wins, as Florida State fell out of the regular season title hunt and N.C. State fell out of the NCAA Tournament picture. Both teams lost twice, and Virginia missed an opportunity to beat North Carolina, so this week was more about Duke and UNC distancing themselves from the rest of the league, again, and reminders of just how far the other 10 are from those two juggernaut programs. Here are this weeks grades.

FSU's tourney seed still tenuous at best

With just two games left on the schedule, Florida State needs to rebound after losing its last two at home to Duke and on the road at Miami. A trip to Virginia is the next test for the Seminoles.

Phils like their pitching depth in camp

Austin Hyatt will start Wednesday's exhibition against Florida State at 1:05 p.m. ET, but he isn't the only young pitcher who will get a look against the Seminoles.

No. 15 Florida State loses to rival Miami 78-62

Unable to defend the perimeter again, Florida State never managed to take advantage of the hole in the middle of Miami's lineup.

W. Basketball. Bravard and Howard Capture All-ACC Honors

Florida State senior center Cierra Bravard and sophomore forward Natasha Howard captured All-ACC Third Team honors on Monday, as the 2011-12 All-ACC teams were announced by ACC Commissioner John Swofford.

Swimming & Diving. MVP!

The Florida State men's swimming and diving team put together an all-around outstanding performance this week as the 2012 ACC Swimming and Diving championships came to a close tonight in Christiansburg, Va.

W. Tennis. FSU Falls to Miami

e No. 22 Florida State Tennis Team lost to No.14 Miami today at the Indoor Tennis Facility, 5-2 falling to 5-3, 0-1 on the season.

Chase's Collection: 'Noles vs. Panthers

Overcoming a cold, windy, rainy day in Tallahassee that was tough on hitters, Florida State managed to pull out a 2-1 win Sunday over FIU. Here's a gallery of photos from Dick Howser Stadium.

Football. Lee Brice To Kickoff Spring Football Weekend

Florida State Athletics in conjunction with IMG College are proud to announce Lee Brice will be headlining the "Friday Night Block Party" in Kleman Plaza on Friday, April 13, 2012 to kickoff Spring Football Weekend in Tallahassee.

Football. Signing Breakdown: Watson

As part of an ongoing series of articles, Senior Writer Brandon Mellor looks at each member of Florida State's vaunted 2012 recruiting class. Next on the list is junior-college offensive lineman Menelik Watson.

M. Basketball. Highlights: Miami Upsets No. 15/16 Florida State

Watch highlights from Miami's 78-62 victory over No. 15/16 Florida State on Feb. 26 at the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables. Highlights from the ACC Digital Network | Photos | Recap | Stats | Coach Larranaga

W. Golf. Jansson Leads Women's Golf

Florida State junior Malin Jansson shot a one over par score of 73 and is in a tie for 10th place in the individual standings and the Seminoles women's golf team is in 10th place in the team standings at the AllState Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate

Point-guard play holding 'Noles back

If Florida State is going to enjoy any more success in the NCAA Tournament, then the point-guard duo of Luke Loucks and Jeff Peterson must step up its play and run the offense much more efficiently.

W. Tennis. Rivalry Week Continues

After an eight match opening home stand, The No. 22 Florida State women's tennis team will hit the road for the first time this season on Wednesday to face No.2 Florida at the Linder Stadium at Ring Tennis Complex at 4 p.m.

Softball. Perry Named Louisville Slugger Division I National Player of the Week

Florida State softball pitcher Monica Perry has been named the Louisville Slugger Division I National Player of the Week, announced on Tuesday by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.

The Doak Insider. Instant Analysis: FSU's 2012 Schedule

The Florida State football team's schedule sets up nicely this year, writes Brandon Mellor, with a well-timed bye week and its toughest games spread out over three months.
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