TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- If it hadn't been for a coaching change a couple years ago, Shane Larkin may have been playing for Leonard Hamilton at Florida State.
Instead, Andy Enfield, the Florida State assistant recruiting the 5-foot-11 guard, left to take the head coaching job at Florida Gulf Coast and Larkin chose Miami.
The son of baseball Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, Shane showed Seminole fans Wednesday night what might have been.
The Miami sophomore point guard scored 13 of his 22 points in the final 7 1-2 minutes to help third-ranked Miami hold off Florida State 74-68 for its 12th straight victory.
No one was more impressed than Hamilton, who had Larkin in his summer camps for two years.
"We didn't have an answer for Larkin," Hamilton said.
"His speed, quickness and his ability to make decisions is phenomenal for a sophomore guard," the veteran Florida State coach said. "I haven't seen anybody that has the whole package like he does."
"He is going to do whatever ...