Inside the boxscore: FSU 73, St. Joe’s 66

1. FSU made 6-13 threes (46.2%), and has now made 44.4% as a team for the season. You have to go back to 2007 to find a Seminole team which finished among the nations top-100 3-point shooting teams. That team finished 52nd and made 38% of their attempts. Michael Snaer has made 9-22 (41%), but that includes an 0-6 start in the first game. In the three games since he's made 56% of his threes.

2. FSU had 21 assists on 30 made baskets (70% assist %). The only time in the previous two years FSU matched that number was in last year's semifinal ACC Tournament win over UNC. But in that game, FSU had more made baskets (33). FSU also only turned the ball over 11 times vs St. Joe's, giving an A/T ratio of 1.91, which is their highest since January 10, 2010.

3. The Seminoles blocked 1 shot. That's the 2nd time in four games that FSU has only managed a single block. That matches the number of times FSU only had one block in a game during Bernard James' career.

4. Ronald Roberts had a huge game for St. Joe's with 15 points and 11 rebounds. He extended seven possessions with offensive rebounds, and on those possessions the Hawks scored 11 points.

5. St. Joe's scored 66 points in a 65 possession game, which makes two of four Seminole opponents to break the point-per-possession barrier. Since switching to a 3-guard lineup immediately prior to ACC play last season, the Noles have given up more than a point-per-possession to 11 of 26 opponents, which is greater than twice the frequency from the previous three years of a more typical lineup.