We're going to make a concerted effort around these parts to provide you with links to opponent sites before game time. It's a great way to get to know what they're thinking and how they're preparing, and we think it's appropriate to start with the No. 22 Seminoles, who have lost two straight in the ACC now, first to No. 4 Duke, then to unranked Miami.
Tomahawk Nation notes that, while Miami shot abnormally well from the three, that wasn't what made the difference. Instead, they pin it on sloppy FSU offense and careless defense.
The Orlando Sentinel thinks that, while ESPN's Bracketology pegs the 'Noles as a 5-seed right now, FSU will end up as a 3-seed if they can beat Virginia and Clemson to close out the regular season. Part of that requires defending well from the three.
Tallahassee.com writes that FSU head coach Leonard Hamilton knows that points will be at a premium against the Hoos, but FSU's traditional high-efficiency offense has been...lacking.
If you come across other articles out there, feel free to post in the comments.