Found March 01, 2012 on
The Victory Formation:
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 20th win of the season.
BEST OF MAXIM
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.
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...
(22) Florida State (19-9) at (24) Virginia (21-7) (ET)
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