No. 15 Miami bounces back with 80-74 win over No. 24 Florida State

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Florida State's shooting woes make the difference in the 80-74 loss to Miami.

ANNOUNCER 1: Rebound Ike Obiagu, the freshman from Nigeria. Angola into the corner. CJ Walker. And it's dunked home by Terance Mann.

ANNOUNCER 2: And we told you, the man right here, Terance Mann.

ANNOUNCER 1: And a ranked Miami team on the road. But for Florida State, they don't play North Carolina or Duke anymore. If they come out of here with a win, boy, that sets you up with some momentum as you get deeper into league play. The lob for Walker off a nice feed from Newton.

ANNOUNCER 2: And for those who don't know about Lonnie Walker, he is one of the best athletes.

Chris Koumadje making his return to the Florida State lineup. Hasn't played since Florida State in Jamaica.

ANNOUNCER 1: DJ Vasiljevic. His reputation is that of a 3-point shooter. And both of his points, both of his field goals tonight have come from inside the arc.

Instant momentum.

ANNOUNCER 2: And you see, what Miami wants to be able to get out in transition. It's big for Florida State not to give them those opportunities.

ANNOUNCER 1: Underrated. Sun Valley, Coeur d'Alene. Got some good spots.

ANNOUNCER 2: You knew that was going up. PJ Savoy.

ANNOUNCER 1: Well, that's what he's in for.

ANNOUNCER 2: When he catches it, he is locked and loaded, ready to fire. And just like that, the Seminoles have made this a 4-point game.

ANNOUNCER 1: Florida State's top scorer, Terance Mann, on the bench with three fouls. Here's Lawrence playing with three. Up ahead Brown, the two-handed flush.

Five to shoot. Lykes accelerates. Regains his balance. Off balance, Chris Lykes having a career night.

Lykes fittingly will dribble out the clock, and Miami hangs on for a 6-point win. Chris Lykes, the freshman, came of age. A career-high 18 for the 5 foot 7 guard.