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“Never thought we were going to lose,” Turgeon said. “It just felt like we were in control.”

Florida State also made the most of its opportunities at the free-throw line. White made 10 of 10 free-throws for the game, and the Seminoles shot 14 of 16 from the line in the second half.

Miller, playing on an injured foot that has kept him from practicing, had 10 points and the assist on the final shot by Snaer.

“For him to come out and give us 10 points and give us good leadership on the floor really made a big difference in the game,” Hamilton said.

Center Boris Bojanovsky scored six first-half points for Florida State. He finished with a career-high eight points.

Maryland’s Logan Aronhalt scored 11 points, putting him in double figures for just the fourth time this season and the first in ACC play.