Florida State Seminoles Will Be Lucky To Compete In ACC

By Trevor Lowry
Florida State Seminoles
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The Florida State Seminoles did some disappointing last season. Unfortunately, it could get worse before it gets better and the Seminoles will be lucky to compete in the ACC in the 2013-14 college basketball season.

Michael Snaer will no longer be on the team and Andrew Wiggins did not join Florida State. Both are very bad things for this team.

Some talent will be coming back, like Okaro White (12.4 PPG), but not enough talent to win the ACC. However, miracles do happen from time to time, so there is always that.

This is a conference that is going to be absolutely stacked. It is going to be filled with NCAA tournament teams to say the least and winning the conference title will be a very tough feat.

It was not a good offseason for Florida State, which will likely lead to an off season once the actual season starts. At the same time, at least fans will get to see their beloved Seminoles play in arguably the best conference in college hoops–especially next year. This will be a very intriguing season for the ACC thanks to Big East teams joining the conference.

Maybe Florida State can find a way to win basketball games, but after a season where the Seminoles went 18-16, breaking even in conference play would be quite the achievement. Let’s just put it this way, FSU was expected to challenge for a conference title last season and it managed to finish with a 9-9 record in the ACC.

Unfortunately, the 2013-14 season could be even worse.

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