TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Michael Snaer said the shot was easy. He expected to make it.
And he did.
I knew it was going in once it left my hand, Snaer said minutes after knocking down a 3-pointer Wednesday night to lift Florida State past Maryland 73-71.
So did Maryland coach Mark Turgeon, who couldnt believe that his defenders had left Snaer that open. But as soon as he took the shot a Terrapins defender said, Not again.
Yes, again. Michael Snaer is making this business of knocking down last-second, buzzer-beating 3-pointers look like its no big deal.
It doesnt seem to matter if there are hands in his face, and often there have been two defenders on him as he takes aim. Snaer just keeps sinking 3's, a pair of them inside seven days as the Seminoles escaped with home wins over Maryland and previously Clemson on Jan. 24.
Last year, Snaer did it at Duke knocking down a 3-pointer both at the halftime buzzer and then again at the end of the second half to sink the Blue Devils. And then a month ...