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Junior Lorenzo Brown led the Wolfpack with 21 points, as well as 10 assists, his fourth double-digit assist total of the season.
Senior Scott Wood had his second consecutive late-game performance, hitting four 3-pointers and four of five free throws for his 20 points. Wood now has 20 3-pointers in the Pack's last six games.
Georgia Tech's Daniel Miller had 15 points and 10 rebounds.
It was the ninth consecutive victory for the Wolfpack (13-2 overall, 2-0 ACC) and the 10th straight home win.
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Florida State (10-5, 2-0 ACC) rallied from a 12-point deficit to defeat the cold-shooting Terrapins, who went 10 for 32 from the floor in the second half.
White finished with a career-high-tying 20 points, Michael Snaer scored 15 and Ian Miller added 12 for the Seminoles, who had lost eight in a row at Maryland since 2001.
Alex Len had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Nick Faust scored 14 for Maryland (13-2, 1-1). The Terrapins were seeking to match the school-record winning streak of 14 games, set in 1931-32.
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The Demon Deacons (8-6, 1-1 ACC) led by as many 14 points in the second half but had to hold off a late Cavalier charge to earn their first conference victory of the season. The Deacons were held without a field goal over the final 10:22 of the game but went 9-for-11 from the free throw line during that stretch.
Harris led Wake Forest with 16 points, including a perfect 8-of-8 mark from the free throw line, with six of the free throws coming in the final 1:19. McKie added 14 points and three assists along with two blocks and went a perfect 5-of-5 from the charity stripe.
Freshman Mike Tobey scored 14 points to lead Virginia. Joe Harris added 13 points.
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Anderson went 11-for-17 from the field and grabbed nine rebounds. Freshman Olivier Hanlan was all over the court. He had 17 points, eight rebounds, five steals and four assists. Sophomore Lonnie Jackson had a season-high 22 points - 19 in the second half - to go along with seven rebounds. He was 5-for-8 from beyond the arc and 7-for-12 from the foul line. Freshman Joe Rahon had nine points and six assists.
The Boston College defense forced 17 turnovers while the offense gave it away just five times. The Eagles had a 29-0 advantage in points off turnovers. BC dished out a total of 17 assists (tied season high) and its five turnovers were a season low.
Erick Green led the Hokies (9-6, 0-2 ACC) with 24 points and nine assists. Jarell Eddie had 21 points and six rebounds.