Inside the boxscore: FSU 60, Clemson 57

1. The FSU training staff treated Devin Booker prior to the game, and sent him to the hospital to receive fluids. He still was able to play 28 minutes and he scored 15 points on 7-10 shooting, and added four rebounds. In the previous matchup between these two teams Booker had 19 and 11.

2. FSU is the worst defensive rebounding team in the ACC. Clemson grabbed 15, which was 48% of their misses. But FSU didn't actually have a bad game in this department. Rather, it's a quirk of record keeping. When a team blocks a shot out of bounds, the opponent gets credited with a team offensive rebound. Six of Clemson's "offensive rebounds" were blocked shots which ended up in a fan's lap.

3. Kiel Turpin entered the game with a career high of seven points. Against Clemson he played the majority of the 2nd half and scored a career best 16 (all in the 2nd half). He scored on a number of strong post moves and also went 8-9 from the line. His four blocks were a career mark as well.

4. Michael Snaer, who averages 15 points a game, only scored 11 vs Clemson, but five came in the final 1:27. He also made the game winning three at the buzzer. In FSU's past 12 regular season ACC wins, four have come on buzzer beaters, and three of those have been Michael Snaer.

5. FSU had 12 assists on 19 made baskets. It was the 3rd time in five games that FSU has had an assist on at least 63% of their made baskets. For the season, they're at 51%, which is 231st nationally. Michael Snaer led the way with four.