Thursday, February 25, 2010


FLORIDA STATE 77, NORTH CAROLINA 67 – The special silver Nike/Jordan uniforms looked cool, but they didn’t help UNC stop thier skid (drink) as FSU’s Chris Singleton scored 19 points and the Noles hit 11 three-pointers (drink) while beating the Tar Heels (drink) Wednesday night.

Deividas Dulkys scored 17 and hit five treys off the bench to help the Seminoles (20-7, 8-5 ACC) post a 20-win season (any mention of 20 win season - drink twice) and guarantee themselves at least a break-even record in league play. Both could be critical for their NCAA tournament (any mention of Big Dance - drink twice) chances.

It was Florida State's first win in Chapel Hill since 2000 (drink) and marked the first time in 13 years that the Seminoles have won two straight in a series long dominated by the Tar Heels.

The Seminoles controlled this one from the start, going 9-for-15 from 3-point range in the opening half (drink) and capitalizing on repeated turnovers to open a 48-33 lead at the break.

Derwin Kitchen had 13 points, seven rebounds and six assists for the Seminoles.

Will Graves scored 21 points to lead North Carolina (14-14, 3-10) (drink, drink, drink). The Tar Heels shot 42 percent and got as close as nine points in the final minute.

Jack Bauer (drink 24 times).

See, all better now.

To read more in the Tallahassee Democrat, click here.

BOSTON COLLEGE 80, VIRGINIA TECH 60 – There must be night when Seth Greenberg simply wants to scream…and scream…and scream…

Last night had to be one of those nights as Boston College junior Joe Trapani scored 17 points - all in the first half - and classmate Rakim Sanders scored 15 points - including his 1000th career point - to lead Boston College to a win over Virginia Tech before 4,632 fans in Conte Forum.

Junior Corey Raji tallied 13 points and senior Tyler Roche netted 10 points for the Eagles. Sophomore Reggie Jackson registered five points, eight rebounds and a career-high 11 assists.

The Eagles shot 50.9 percent from the floor, while limiting Virginia Tech to 31.1 percent shooting. BC gained a 49-28 rebounding advantage.

BC never trailed in the contest. Led by three three-pointers from Trapani, the Eagles jumped out to a 15-2 lead just four minutes into the contest.

To read more in the Boston Globe, click here.

MARYLAND 88, CLEMSON 79 – Sean “Sugar” Mosley scored 20 points, Greivis “There Is No ‘G’ In Team, Nor Is There A ‘V’” Vasquez had 15 points and 13 assists, and Maryland rallied from a 15-point deficit to defeat Clemson 88-79 Wednesday night.

It was the fourth straight victory for the Terrapins, who trailed 31-16 in the first half and 52-40 shortly after halftime. Jason “Not the Gun Toting or Motorcycle Crashing” Williams scored 18 and Eric Hayes added 15 for Maryland, which solidified its hold on second place in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Demontez Stitt led Clemson with 15 points. The Tigers (19-8, 7-6) appeared poised to win a fourth straight ACC game for the first time since 1996-97 before Maryland took control with a 12-0 run.

To read more in the Washington Post, click here.

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