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It was a night to forget for Florida State basketball in Winston-Salem on Tuesday. The Seminoles were held to a season-low scoring total in a 76-54 loss to Wake Forest.
FSU jumped to a 6-0 lead, but Wake Forest responded with a 25-5 run and never looked back. The Demon Deacons led by as many as 25 points in the second half.
As a team, FSU shot a dismal 24% from the field. Wake Forest shot 46%, but did turn the ball over 22 times in the victory.
Jake LaRavia paced Wake Forest with a game-high 22 points and five assists. Alondes Williams finished with 20 points in the win.
Leading the way for FSU was freshman Matthew Cleveland, who finished with 13 points. Caleb Mills added 10 points in the defeat, but on just 2-for-13 shooting.
With the loss, the Seminoles fall to 7-5 and just 1-2 in ACC play. FSU will play its first home game since Dec. 15 on Saturday night when it hosts Louisville.
Between the Lines for Jan. 4, 2022
Men’s Basketball: Wake Forest 76, FSU 54
On the Agenda for Jan. 5, 2022
No FSU athletic events scheduled.
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