Kelvin Martin and Saah Nimley both had 13 for the Buccaneers, with Martin adding a team high eight boards. CSU struggled from the field, only converting 17 of 57 shots. The Bucs shot 28% from the three point line while scoring 14 in both points off of turnovers and points in the paint. Okaro White led the way for the Seminoles with 20; FSU shot 48% from the field and muscled in 42 points in the paint.
Saah Nimley hit a triple at the 17:55 mark to give the Bucs the early 3-2 advantage. A three by FSU’s John Kreft would put
Martin started off the second half with a jumper for the first points of the second half, 22-45 FSU. Martin would snag a rebound at the 14:24 mark and get rewarded by a Strickland assist for a lay up to bring CSU within 27 at 26-53. Nimley would hit a triple off an assist from Mathiang Muo to bring the Bucs within 21 at 53-32 with less than 12 minutes remaining. An Arlon Harper lay up would make it 36-58 FSU with 8:41 remaining. Martin would hit his first three point of the season with 3:51 remaining to bring CSU within 28 at 41-69. Grier would hit a three pointer with three seconds left to wrap up the game with FSU getting the 76-51 victory in
The Buccaneers will take a week off before heading down the road to take on city rival The Citadel on Dec. 14 at 7:05 p.m.Related Item: Box Score