It was a bounce-back week for Florida State on the hardwood. The Seminoles came back from a 3-video game getting rid of streak with wins more than Clemson and Miami.
As a end result, FSU is 15-5 and now 3-4 in the ACC. Here’s our weekly search at the place authorities presently have the Seminoles slated in the brackets.
ESPN: West Region No. 7 vs. (10) Baylor in Salt Lake Town (Jan. 29)
CBS Sporting activities: South Region No. 6 vs. (11) Baylor in Des Moines (Jan. 28)
SB Nation: East Region No. 7 vs. (10) Indiana in Des Moines (Jan. 29)
NBC Sporting activities: Midwest Region No. 7 vs. (10) Ohio State in Tulsa (Jan. 24)
Both equally ESPN’s Joe Lunardi and CBS Sports’ Jerry Palm have FSU struggling with Baylor, but in different brackets and as different seeds. Palm provides FSU the optimum seeding of any of the authorities as a No. 6 seed in the South Region. Lunardi has the Seminoles and Bears meeting in the No. 7 vs. 10 match-up in the West Region.
FSU is 3- all-time versus Baylor with the last meeting coming on Christmas Working day 2010 in the Diamond Head Common. Like Lunardi, equally NBC Sports’ Dave Ommen and SB Nation’s Chris Dobbertean slate FSU as a No. 7 seed. Like Palm, Dobbertean places FSU in Des Moines.
Dobbertean has the newest bracket released on Monday with FSU struggling with 10th-seeded Indiana in the East Region. FSU is -4 all-time versus the Hoosiers with the last meeting coming in the 1992 preseason NIT. Two of those conferences came in the NCAA Event with the 1992 Sweet 16 match-up becoming the most current.
NBC Sports’ Dave Ommen’s bracket was released before FSU’s 78-66 get more than Miami on Sunday evening. Ommen places FSU in the East Region in Tulsa versus Ohio State. The Buckeyes are 6- all-time versus the Seminoles with the most current match-up becoming a 58-44 get for Ohio State in the 2010 ACC/Large 10 Obstacle.
The only contest for FSU this week comes versus Ga Tech on Saturday. The Yellow Jackets are presently nowhere to be discovered in any of the bracket projections.