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The Eagles travel to Tallahassee to take on the Seminoles.

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Teams: Florida State Seminoles (14-12, 6-7 ACC) vs. Boston College Eagles (9-15, 1-11 ACC)

Rankings: Florida State (NR), Boston College (NR)

Day & Time: Wednesday, February 18, 2015, 9:00 p.m. Eastern

Arena: Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, Tallahassee, Fla.

Capacity: 12,100

Line: Boston College +6.5

TV: ACC Network / ESPN3

Radio: WEEI 850 AM, bceagles.com

Radio Announcers: Jon Meterparel (play-by-play), Danya Abrams (analyst)

Florida State News: Tomahawk Nation

All-Time Series: 6-5, Florida State

First Meeting: Boston College 90, Florida State 87 (January 14, 2006)

Last Meeting: Florida State 74, Boston College 70 (March 4, 2014)

Last Meeting at Tucker Center: Florida State 69, Boston College 66 (February 16, 2013)

Last Five Meetings:

L - Florida State 74, Boston College 70 (March 4, 2014)
L - Florida State 69, Boston College 66 (February 16, 2013)
W - Boston College 64, Florida State 60 (February 8, 2012)
L - Florida State 67, Boston College 51 (January 22, 2011)
L - Florida State 62, Boston College 47 (February 14, 2010)

Common Opponents: all the ACC ones, lost to Providence, 80-54, lost to Massachusetts, 75-69

School Connections: N/A

Notable Alumni and Attendees: Burt Reynolds, Mack Brown, Lee Corso, Dick Howser, Tony La Russa, Jim Morrison

Head Coaches: BC: Jim Christian (1st year, 9-15); Florida State: Leonard Hamilton (13th year, 255-169)

Last Year: The Seminoles finished 22-14, 9-9 ACC (tied for 7th). NIT Semifinals.

Last Game: Boston College fell to Miami, 89-86, in double overtime. Florida State defeated Georgia Tech, 57-53.

He's a Dude: Xavier Rathan-Mayes, freshman guard. The redshirt freshman has had some big shoes to fill after Florida State announced that leading scorer Aaron Thomas was ruled ineligible for the rest of the season. Rathan-Mayes is averaging 13.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 4.5 assists per game for the 'Noles and has served as the team's go-to scoring option in Thomas' absence. Out of high school, Rathan-Mayes ranked as the No. 28 overall prospect by Rivals.com and ranked No. 24 by ESPN.