FSU drops silver-clad Tar Heels

With forwards , and all sidelined due to injury, North Carolina was supposed to be vulnerable in the post against a Florida State team known for its size. And while the Seminoles did outscore the Tar Heels in the painted area, it was from the perimeter where they put the game away. FSU drilled 11 three-pointers en route to bullying UNC out of its own building Wednesday night with a final score of 77-67. (Daily Tar Heel)

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