Posted March 02, 2012 on
With Michael Snaer and Ian Miller now both proving to have icewater flowing through their veins, Florida State might have enough perimeter scoring to be a legitimate threat in the NCAA Tournament.
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The heroics for the Florida State Seminoles came from someone other than Michael Snaer, tonight. This time it was Ian Miller that his a thrilling game-winning 3 to give the ‘Noles a 63-60 win over the Virginia Cavaliers.
Not exactly the most high percentage shot, but who cares when it goes in, right? Virgnia’s desperation 3/4 shot with .8 left was no good, and gave FSU their...
What would today be without another buzzer beater.Today's big one: Ian Miller of Florida State drilling a fadeaway three with .8 seconds on the clock giving the Seminoles a 63-60 comeback win over the University of Virginia.There isn't much more to say other than watch the video (courtesy-theACCsport):
Florida State was on the brink of a third straight ACC loss, highlighted by the ejecion of Bernard James in the second half. But the 'Noles pulled another rabbit out of their hat, this one courtesy of Ian Miller.
Florida State's Ian Miller goes all Michael Snaer on Virginia. Game over.
Three Florida State pitchers shut out Maine for nine innings Friday at Dick Howser Stadium in a 6-0 win. Seth Miller delivered the big blow for the Seminoles, driving in three runs with a based-loaded triple.
(22) Florida State (19-9) at (24) Virginia (21-7) (ET)
Florida State signed 32 players in their 2008 recruiting class. Four years have passed and only 10 players from that class will be on the roster in 2012. We take a look at the good and the bad of one of Bobby Bowden's last recruiting classes.
It will be just a short post for tonight, but what a wild night it was. Florida State’s Ian Miller drops a last second 3 point shot against Virginia, and Clemson hangs on for a two point over Virginia Tech. What does it mean?
In rallying from a down double digits in the last five minutes FSU when from an 8-9 seed to a 5-6 one. That was another road victory against a top 50 team...
As part of an ongoing series of articles, Seminoles.com Senior Writer Brandon Mellor looks at each member of Florida State's vaunted 2012 recruiting class. Next on the list is five-star defensive tackle Eddie Goldman
CLEMSON - It’s been 15 games and almost two months since Clemson blew out Florida State by 20 in Littlejohn Coliseum.
Florida State will have two swimmers competing at the 2012 Women's Swimming and Diving NCAA Championships on March 15-17 at the University of Auburn, as the NCAA announced the qualifiers today.
1. FSU (20-9, 11-4) has now won 11 conference games for the 2nd year in a row and the 4th time overall. This is FSU's 20th season in the ACC, and they've reached double digit conference victories six times, including the past four straight. If FSU beats Clemson this weekend they will finish with 12 ACC wins for only the second time. It will also guarantee that FSU loses...
FSU picked up a big win and pushed Virginia closer to the bubble as the Seminoles won 63-60 on the road. In a lot of ways the game had the feel of an ACC tournament game. Both FSU and Virginia made runs, with FSU closing the game on a 16-2 run to ultimately win it. It was Ian Miller, not Michael Snaer, who hit the game winner this time.
At Clemson, Virginia...
Florida State has already wrapped up a high seed for the ACC tournament, but the 22nd-ranked Seminoles would surely like to end the regular season with a win.
They can do that and match the most successful ACC regular season in their history Sunday when they host Clemson, which handed Florida State its most lopsided defeat of 2011-12 thus far.
Florida State (20-9, 11-4) has locked...
With UNC-Duke looming here are the plotlines for the final weekend of ACC basketball.
UNC and Duke play for the all the marbles and with a two game lead in the loss column on FSU, the winner gets the #1 seed in the ACC Tournament and the loser will be #2.
Speaking of FSU, the Seminoles won their third game of the season via a buzzer beating three pointer despite having Bernard...