Inside the box score: FSU 106, Charlotte 62

1. FSU forced 19 turnovers, which was 25% of Charlotte's possessions. That's the sixth time in 10 games this year that FSU has forced at least a 25% turnover rate. For the season FSU has turned teams over on 21.3% of their possessions, which is slightly behind FSU's offensive turnover rate of 22%.

2. Aaron Thomas entered the game with a career high of 19 points. Against the 49ers he broke that in the first half before the final media timeout. He made 7-9 2s (77%), 3-5 3s (60%), and 3-4 FTs (75%) on his way to 26 points. Thomas also added a career high seven rebounds. He did fail to record multiple steals for only the 2nd time this season, though he's still forcing turnovers on 5.4% of opponent possessions, which leads the ACC and is 11th nationally.

3. The Noles dominated the boards. Charlotte is an exceptional offensive rebounding team, and the Noles limited them to grabbing 31.8% of their own misses, which was their 2nd lowest output of the year. On the other end, FSU rebounded 44.1% of their misses, which is the most vs Charlotte all season. It was the third time this year the FSU grabbed more than 40% of their own missed shots.

4. FSU was credited with 8 blocks, and have now blocked 15% of their opponents' 2s this season, which is 28th best nationally. In four of the past five seasons FSU has finished in the nation's top 6 in block%.

5. FSU won 106-62. Charlotte's two previous losses were by 1-point, and in overtime. This game had 76 possessions, meaning FSU has now held seven of 10 opponents below a point per possession. Offensively, FSU scored 1.39 per possession, which was the most they've scored since December 29, 2001.