Inside the boxscore: FSU 69, BC 66

1. Olivier Hanlan could be (or should be) the front-runner for ACC Freshman of the Year. The Canadian scored 19 points, which is the 10th time in 12 games he's been in double figures in ACC play. Hanlan made three 3-pointers for the first time in conference play, and his 3-4 shooting from the arc was his highest percentage for any game this season.

2. Freshman Devon Bookert started for the 2nd straight game over the other freshman point guard, Montay Brandon. Bookert responded with 8 assists and zero turnovers in 31 minutes. It was the first time since 2001 (Delvon Arington) that an FSU player had at least 8 assists without a turnover.

3. FSU made 7-13 3s (54%). In their first three ACC games FSU made 42% from the arc. In the following seven they made just 25%. In those seven games during their skid, they only made more than 33% one time.

4. Neither team scored a single fast break point. Seriously.

5. FSU won 69-66 in a 57 possession game. The 1.21 points scored per possession was their 2nd best effort of the season, only behind the 1.30 they scored vs Maine. They allowed BC to score 1.16 per possession, which was the 5th ACC team to score 1.1 or more. Last year's FSU team allowed ACC opponents to score 1.1 or more 4 times in 19 games.