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Game recap: St. Louis University vs FSU | Saturday, Dec. 22, 2018

The Florida State Seminoles are deeper than a poet, and that’s an assessment that did not escape St. Louis men’s basketball coach Travis Ford.

“They keep running guys at you,” Ford said. “There’s really not much of a break.”

That’s the way they like it at FSU.

On Saturday afternoon, the tireless and 11th-ranked Seminoles swarmed all over St. Louis Billikens 81-59 in the first half of the annual Orange Bowl Basketball Classic at the BB&T Center.

The Seminoles (11-1) won their season-best sixth straight game, flashing depth that includes 10 players who logged double-figure minutes.


Florida State Seminoles guard David Nichols (11) drives the ball as Saint Louis Billikens guard Tramaine Isabell Jr. (2) defends in the fist half during game between Florida State University and Saint Louis University at the Orange Bowl Basketball Classic in the BB&T Center in Sunrise on Saturday, December 22, 2018.

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FSU was led by reserve guard David Nichols’ game-high and season-best 19 points as the Seminoles bench outscored their St. Louis counterparts 43-13.

Starters Terance Mann (17 points) and Trent Forrest (10 points) were also in double figures. Defensively, FSU was led by Anthony Polite (four steals) and Forrest (three steals).

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