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Post Game Quotes and Notes

Feb. 3, 2002




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Coach and Player Quotes
Florida State (80) vs. Wake Forest (89)
Men’s Basketball
Feb. 2, 2002


Wake Forest Coach Skip Prosser
“We were concerned with Florida State, coming off two losses, it was like attacking a wounded animal here.”


“Florida State was undefeated in ACC at home and that was one of the challenges that we threw out to our kids this week, to be the first ACC team to win in Tallahassee.”


“I thought Florida State got off to a great start, Coach Robinson had them very well prepared.”


“We went to a zone defense against them in the first half, because it had been successful in Winston.”


“We had a good week with two road wins in the ACC.”


“We have been pretty good from the free throw line all year. We spend a lot of time on that.”


Florida State Coach Steve Robinson
“We just couldn’t get a stop when we had to have one.”


“We told our team that their effort was what we needed. I thought we certainly competed. We looked different in the second half, far more aggressive against their zone. I think it paid off, but we just didn’t get enough stops.”


“They made the plays they had to make to win on the road.” On Wake Forest


“We have a few days to build right up, try to get ourselves in the right frame of mind about playing. Today it hurts, no one likes losing.”


Senior Guard Delvon Arrington
“Bottom line is we need to start putting the ball in the bucket.”


Senior Guard Monte Cummings
“We never showed signs of giving up, that’s the most important thing.”


Post-Game Notes
Florida State vs. Wake Forest
February 2, 2002
Tallahassee, Fla.

WITH TODAY’S LOSS, THE SEMINOLES:
– Move to 9-3 at home and 3-1 in ACC games at the Tallahassee Civic Center.
– Are now 10-10 on the season and 3-6 in the ACC.
– Coach Steve Robinson’s record at FSU is now 62-77 and 108-97 for his career.
– Drop to 11-14 all-time vs. Wake Forest and have now lost four-straight to the Demon Deacons.


DID YOU KNOW?
– The Seminoles are now 6-9 on the season when they shoot under 50% from the field. In today’s game, the Seminoles shot 43.7% (31-for-71).
– FSU has lost for only the fourth time this season when out-rebounding its opponents. The Seminoles out-rebounded Wake Forest 35-to-34.
– Following today’s loss to Wake Forest, the Seminoles are now 3-7 when trailing at halftime. The Deacons led the Seminoles 39-28 at the half.


THE STREAK CONTINUES FOR CUMMINGS
Senior Monte Cummings scored 23 points today, increasing his consecutive game streak with double-digit points to 14. In those 14 games, Cummings has scored 259 points for an average of 18.5 per game.


ARRINGTON HITS CAREER-HIGH THREE-POINTERS
Senior Delvon Arrington hit a career-high four three-pointers in today’s game. His previous high was three, which he completed on four occasions.


ARRINGTON MOVES UP ON POINTS LIST
Delvon Arrington scored 14 points in today’s game, giving him 1,061 for his career. He now moves past Rodney Dobard and into 31st place on FSU’s all-time career scoring list.


HARVEY GETS FIRST CAREER START
Junior transfer Trevor Harvey started at power forward, in place of sophomore Michael Joiner, in today’s game against Wake Forest. Today marks the first-career start for Harvey as a Seminole.


CUMMINGS REACHES 20-POINT PLATEAU
Monte Cummings scored 20 or more points for the sixth time this season, as he put up 23 against Wake Forest. The Seminoles are now 3-3 in those games, despite Cummings scoring output.


WALESKOWSKI SENDS IT IN
Freshman Adam Waleskowski provided a spark for the Seminoles off the bench in today’s game. Waleskowski scored five points in 10 minutes of play, with both of his field goals coming on dunks.

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