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Angola-Rodas leads FSU past UNC

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The No. 24 Florida State Seminoles picked up its first win over a ranked team on Wednesday night. They defeated the No. 12 North Carolina Tar Heels, 81-80, at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee, Florida.

The Seminoles improved to 12-2 on the season. The Tar Heels, the reigning college basketball champions, fell to 12-3 on the year.

Florida State Seminoles guard CJ Walker (Getty Images)

Florida State Seminoles guard CJ Walker (Getty Images)

It is North Carolina’s second loss in their past four games, as they lost to the Wofford Terriers four games ago.

Joel Berry II had a game-high 28 points for the Heels. He also had two rebounds and an assist in 35 minutes of action.

He was one of three Tar Heels, who scored in double-figures. Kenny Williams added 18, while Luke Maye scored 14 points.

North Carolina had 15 bench points, including seven by Cameron Johnson.

Braian Angola-Rodas led the Seminoles with 20 points. He also had five rebounds and two assists in 32 minutes.

Like the Tar Heels, Florida State also had three players, who scored in double-figures. CJ Walker scored 18 points, while Terance Mann scored 17 points.

Florida State had 19 bench points, including nine by Trent Forrest.

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