FSU fights miscues, defeats Greensboro

Florida State still continues to turn the ball over too often, doing so a ridiculous 26 times Sunday against UNC Greensboro, but the Seminoles managed to win 75-60 behind 14 points from Michael Snaer.

Michael Snaer scored 14 points, with 11 coming in the second half, and Florida State overcame a season-high 26 turnovers to defeat UNC Greensboro 75-60 on Sunday.

Snaer overcame an 0-for-6 first half to put himself in double figures for the sixth game in a row.

Xavier Gibson and Terry Whisnant had 11 points each, and Bernard James had nine points, 10 rebounds and four blocks for the Seminoles (7-3).

Trevis Simpson had 19 points and Derrell Armstrong added 13 for UNC Greensboro (2-8), which finished with 21 turnovers and has lost five straight.

Whisnant had 10 first-half points, as Florida State grabbed a 34-28 halftime lead.

UNC Greensboro closed the gap to 40-38 on Armstrong's 3-pointer with 13:22 remaining, but Snaer knocked down four jump shots -- three from beyond the arc -- in a span of three minutes as Florida State pulled away.

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