TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Derwin Kitchen's 16 points led a
balanced Florida State scoring attack as the Seminoles blew open a
close game in the second half and defeated Boston College 67-51
Four players finished in double figures for the Seminoles (15-5,
5-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who share the league lead with
fourth-ranked Duke (18-1, 5-1).
Joe Trapani's 19 points led Boston College (14-6, 4-2), which
was held to its lowest scoring total of the season.
BC's Reggie Jackson, the ACC's second leading scorer, was
scoreless until the final second of the half when sank three free
throws after being fouled on a 3-point attempt. The free throws
pulled the Eagles to within 29-27 at the break. He finished with 13
Michael Snaer scored 13 points, Bernard James 12 and freshman
Okaro White 11 for Florida State.
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