WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- Bernard James scored 15 points while Florida State pulled away in the second half to beat Wake Forest
84-66 on Saturday.
Freshman Ian Miller and Deividas Dulkys each added 14 for the
Seminoles (19-7, 9-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), who stayed in sole
possession of third place in the league by dominating the
last-place Demon Deacons (8-19, 1-11) after the break.
Florida State trailed by two at halftime before using a 13-2 run
to push ahead by double figures, then the Seminoles steadily
increased the margin by attacking the rim while Wake Forest seemed
to grow steadily more passive.
In many ways, it was reminiscent of Florida State's 85-61 home
win against the Demon Deacons on Feb. 1. In that game, the
Seminoles scored 54 points in the second half, scored 27 points off
24 turnovers and took a 47-33 rebounding advantage that led to 21
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