Ian Miller’s 3 from the corner with 44 seconds left got the Seminoles within 47-45. And Snaer, who had made only 3 of his 10 previous shots, then came through with his latest big shot, which came from nearly the same spot on the floor where he beat Duke with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer last month in Durham.
“You don’t have time to think about where your sweet spot is,” Snaer said. “You’ve just go to put it up. When you’ve done it before it’s not hard to believe you can do it again.”
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