1. For the 4th straight game Ian Miller came off the bench and scored in the double-digits. In those four games he's made 8-16 2s (50%), 8-18 3s (44%) and 11-13 FTs (85%). Though he doesn't start, his return after the fall semester enabled FSU to switch to a 3-guard lineup. Since the Princeton Game FSU has gone 11-2 and raised their offensive efficiency from 187th in the nation to 109th, and Miller has been key. The 17 points scored on Saturday matches his 2nd best career mark.