Florida State has won 4 of the last 5 meetings against NC State in Raleigh.
If FSU wins again it could be there bench play that leads the way.
Ian Miller leads the Noles in scoring with 13 points per game and Aaron Thomas another top reserve gives FSU 12 points on a nightly basis.
The dynamic duo combine for 25 points per game and that has NC State Head Coach Mark Gottfried concerned.
"I think when you watch Florida State as tehy start to substitue they get better, we are prepared for them we know about them but their scoring especially those two guys really good off the bench," Gottfried said.
FSU knows every game on teh road is tough and the Wolfpack are no different. Noles will look to slow down an NC State offense that averages nearly 72 points a game.
"They run a system that's been around for a number of years called UCLA offense, where they are very meticulous on how they get their shots. They have the leading scorer in the ACC. TJ Warren and they run a lot of things through him," FSU Head Coach Leonard Hamilton said.
Warren averages 22 points a contest for the Wolfpack.