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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida forward Jacob Kurtz accidentally tipped in a Devon Bookert miss with 0.4 seconds left to give Florida State a 65-63 win against its in-state rival. The victory Tuesday snapped a Gators’ five-game win streak in the series dating back to 2008.

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The fluke play saved the Seminoles after they gave up an alley-oop from Kasey Hill to Dorian Finney-Smith with eight seconds remaining to tie the game at 63.

Florida State’s Montay Brandon tied Hill for a game-high 17 points and FSU teammate Xavier Rathan-Mayes added 13.

Finney-Smith finished with 14 points and seven rebounds while Michael Frazier added 11.

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Florida State used a 14-2 run midway through the second half to lead 49-42 lead with 7:23 remaining.

The Gators responded with five consecutive made baskets after going scoreless for 4:57. A Hill steal and layup with 3:57 tied the game at 54 apiece.

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