FSU streak ends in an unlikely place

FSU's 1st ever 7-game conference winning streak ended tonight against one of three teams tied in the conference cellar. Boston College made 10-22 3s and 16-23 FTs to beat FSU 64-60. Jordan Daniels and Lonnie Jackson combined to make 7-12 3s, and dribble penetration by the Eagles pushed FSU's defense into reaction mode all night.

On the offensive end, FSU's shots just didn't drop. The best 3-point shooting team in the ACC made only 5-20 from beyond the arc. Michael Snaer led FSU with 16 points, but made only 6-18 shots. Bernard James and Ian Miller each scored 12.

FSU now falls to 7-2 in conference play, with a huge game at home against the surging Miami Hurricanes on Sunday.

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