November 22, 2007 - by
FSU-UF Weekend Begins With Women’s Basketball On Friday

Nov. 22, 2007

No. 20/21 Florida State at Florida
Friday, November 23 l 5:30 pm
Stephen O’Connell Center (12,000) l Gainesville, Fla.
Radio: 1270 AM l TV: Sun Sports
FSU Radio: Ryan Pensy (PBP) l Melissa Bruner (Color)

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The Opening Tip (What You Need To Know):

  • A four-game road trip begins for the No. 20/21 Florida State women’s basketball team this Friday as it travels to Gainesville to take on in-state rival Florida at 5:30 p.m. The game can be seen on Sun Sports.

  • Guard Mara Freshour (Nashville, Ind.) had the best game of her collegiate career on Tuesday in the 77-42 win over Fordham. She scored a career-high 25 points on 10-of-12 shooting, including five three-pointers.

  • Florida State has dominated the series with the Gators of late, winning three of the last four by an average of 17.3 points per game.

  • For the second time this season Florida State shot 80 percent from the free throw line as it hit 12-of-15 (80 percent) against Fordham. During the entire 2006-07 season FSU only shot 80 percent twice from the line and neither happened until the month of February.

  • Over the last three games, forward Cayla Moore (Albany, Ga.) is averaging a team-best 6.7 rebounds per game and scoring 7.7 ppg.

  • Sun Sports is channel 28 on Tallahassee Comcast cable, 632 on DirecTV and 422 on Dish Network.

  • Center Britany Miller has missed the last three games with a sprained right ankle. She is listed as day-to-day.

FSU-UF Weekend Begins With Women’s Basketball On Friday
There is no better way to start the first of three contests between No. 20/21 Florida State and Florida this weekend than with the women’s basketball game. The Seminoles and Gators tip off at 5:30 pm this Friday (November 23) at the O’Connell Center. Both teams have had a good start to the season as the Seminoles come in at 4-1 and the host Gators have a 3-1 mark. The game can be heard live on 1270 AM and at as well as seen live on Sun Sports.

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