A rivalry game.
The visiting team had eight wins and 20 losses.
The home team had 23 wins and five losses.
The home team had a 25-point lead at the half.
Florida State Seminoles visited the Miami Hurricanes and stunned them 85-84 at the buzzer.
As time expired, Matthew Cleveland’s three-point shot gave the no.13 ranked Hurricanes their first home loss of the season.
“We stubbed our toe; this game was a loss against our rival,” Hurricanes head coach Jim Larranaga said.
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With 8.1 remaining, Jordan Miller gave the Hurricanes the lead. But Cleveland put up a three from 25 feet to give the Seminoles their ninth win and the best moment of the season.
“We locked in and executed,” Seminoles head coach Leonard Hamilton said.
The Seminoles snapped the Hurricanes’ seven-game win streak; they were 15-0 at home.
Seminoles put together a 35-10 run in the second half to give them their first lead. The lead would change hands ten more times down the stretch.