For the first time in since early May Mike "Poise" Martin’s offense, pitching and defense all played excellent. Florida State’s offense was lead by Stephen "Warrior" Cardullo and Mike "Bunter" McGee who combined for five homeruns en route to an 11-4 beat down. Brian "Mechanics" Busch and Geoff "Thriving" Parker both had solid outings limiting the Cavalier offense to just 4 runs on 6 hits. This was arguably the worst game Virginia has played all year but to the ‘Noles credit they took advantage of just about every mistake the Hoos made. Florida State (1-1) now faces a Boston College (1-1) team that came back from a 10-5 deficit in the bottom of the ninth against Miami and eventually won with a walk off homerun in the 12th inning. Even with a win today the Seminoles won’t know their fate until the Saturday afternoon. In order for FSU to advance to the title game they will need Virginia (1-1) to beat Miami (1-1) and with ACC Pitcher of the Year Danny Hultzen on the mound their chances would be good. In Pool B play Virginia Tech’s Justin Wright owned one of the best offenses in college baseball by striking out 15 Yellow Jacket hitters and allowing only 2 runs in a complete game effort. Clemson (0-1) plays Georgia Tech (0-1) today at 4 PM while Virginia Tech (1-0) plays NC State (1-0) at 8 PM. 2010 ACC Baseball Tournament Coverage in Florida 2010 ACC Baseball Tournament Coverage outside of Florida Doesn't look like DirectTV/DishNetwork is carrying the game. We should have an internet feed inside.