Posted March 09, 2012 on
Missing even more players due to issues with the NCAA, Miami was simply outmanned and couldn't keep up with Florida State. The Seminoles will do battle with Duke in the ACC Tournament semis.
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Florida State reaches ACC title game for second time in four seasons by knocking off Duke.
Two months after a stunning 33-point Florida State win over North Carolina, the two teams meet against in the ACC Tournament championship game. Sunday's tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m. and will be televised by ESPN and the ACC Network.
The Blue Devils fall to Florida State in the ACC semifinals; will await the NCAA Selection Show on Sunday.
Spring football is the one break in an otherwise very long offseason. Florida State will begin practices later this month. The 'Noles return double-digit starters, but one spot where there figures to be heavy competition is along the offensive line.
2013 offensive tackle Cameron Dillard’s twentieth college offer came from a program he’s been following most of his life – Florida State. The 6-foot-3, 280-pound junior from Canton, Michigan is originally from Greensboro, North Carolina. He says the south is ACC and SEC country, so he decided to follow Florida State and Florida.