No. 17 Florida State, coming off an impressive 81-60 season-opening victory over rival Florida, will try to build more momentum when it plays host to Tulane on Sunday in Tallahassee The Seminoles showed depth, an attacking offense and an aggressive defense that came up with nine steals and forced 16 turnovers by the Gators. FSU's 21-point margin of victory was its largest in the series since 1969.
"We're just starting to figure out who we are. I'm not ready to start taking bows yet," said FSU coach Leonard Hamilton, whose team went 23-12 last season and made a thrilling run to the Elite Eight as a No.