One-two-three: FSU-UNC Greensboro stat facts, series history and TV info
FLORIDA STATE (16-6)
FSU enters the Tournament as the ACC leader in both scoring offense and scoring margin. The Seminoles are averaging a league-best 78.9 points scored per game and with a +8.6 scoring margin. Florida State is looking to lead the ACC in both statistical categories for the first time since joining the league for the 1991-92 season.
With six players who have made at least 10 3-point field goals this season, Florida State enters the 2021 NCAA Tournament as the ACC leaders with a .390 team 3-point field goal shooting percentage.
FSU, which has blocked at least four shots in 19 of its 22 games, enters the 2021 NCAA Tournament as the ACC leaders in blocked shots. The Seminoles have blocked 50 shots more than their opponents (103- 63, +50) and are looking to lead the ACC in blocked shots for the second time in their ACC history.
UNC GREENSBORO (21-8)
UNCG’s 10 road wins are tied for the most in the country with Belmont, Winthrop & Bowling Green.
UNCG is 15th nationally in offensive rebounds per game (13.0), 26th in rebounding (39.3), 32nd in blocked shots (114), and 15th in turnover margin (+3.9). The Spartan total of 1,142 rebounds is sixth. UNCG is 20th nationally in total steals (217).
UNCG is one of 2 Division I programs (Iowa) with 2 players who are ranked among the top 2 among NCAA active career leaders: Isiah Miller (steals, 2nd) and Hayden Koval (blocked shots, 1st).
FLORIDA STATE VS. UNC GREENSBORO
A SERIES HISTORY
The Series: Florida State leads, 4-0
First Game: December 30, 1993; at Florida State 94, UNC Greensboro 76
Last Game: December 11, 2011; Florida State 75, UNC Greensboro 60
Last Florida State Win: December 11, 2011; Florida State 75, UNC Greensboro 60
Last UNC Greensboro Win: None
Last Florida State Win in NCAA Tournament: None
Last UNC Greensboro Win in NCAA Tournament: None
Current Streak: Florida State has won 4
Current Streak in NCAA Tournament: First Meeting in NCAA Tournament
Leonard Hamilton vs. UNC Greensboro: First Meeting in NCAA Tournament
HOW TO WATCH
When: 12:45 p.m. Saturday, March 20
Online: NCAA March Madness Live website and app (TV subscription needed), YouTube TV (2-week free trial), Hulu + Live TV (7-day free trial), Sling TV (3-day free trial), fuboTV (7-day free trial)
Radio: ESPN Radio, local markets
Online radio: TuneIn
- Information compiled from FSU and UNC Greensboro releases
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