Michael Snaer hit a driving layup just before the buzzer, giving Florida State a 56-54 victory over Georgia Tech in the Atlantic Coast Conference on Tuesday night.
Snaer made up for a turnover on the Seminoles' previous possession, when he let a routine pass slip through his hands and couldn't save it from rolling out of bounds. After Mfon Udofia missed a 3-pointer to break the 54-all deadlock, Florida State rebounded and called timeout to set up the last play.
Devon Bookert dribbled down the clock before passing off to Snaer. He might've gotten away with a push-off -- Udofia went flying near the top of the key, and Georgia Tech complained bitterly -- but the refs made no call. Snaer spotted an opening down the right side of the lane, darted toward the hoop and banked it in just before the red light went off. The officials took a look at the replay, but didn't need long to rule the shot was good.
Snaer led the Seminoles (13-9, 5-4 ACC) with 15 points. Daniel Miller and Brandon Re...