Florida State Vs. Duke Score: Seminoles Take 33-31 Lead Over Duke Into Half

The Florida State Seminoles take a 33-31 lead over the Duke Blue Devils in a back and forth contest at the 2012 ACC Tournament semifinal. The Blue Devils have struggled with 14 turnovers in the first half but still only trail by two at the break.

Michael Snaer and Ian Miller each have seven points to lead the Seminoles. Bernard James and Okaro White each have five. White grabbed a team high six rebounds in the first half.

Austin Rivers hit 3-7 shots for nine points to lead Duke at the intermission. Seth Curry and Mason Plumlee each added six points while Miles Plumlee grabbed a game-high seven boards in the first half.

Duke shot less than 40 percent from the field but have been able to stay close thanks to 4-10 shooting from three-point range. The Blue Devils also hold a 16-12 rebounding advantage over the Seminoles.

For more on the Florida State Seminoles, be sure to check out Tomahawk Nation. ForDuke Blue Devils news and info, head over to Duke Basketball Report, and for all your March Madness updates, be sure to visit SB Nation's college basketball page.

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