VIDEO: Michael Snaer Game-Winning Three-Pointer Caps Nine-Point Florida State Comeback

The Florida State Seminoles stayed in the top spot of the ACC standings on Thursday night, but it wasn't easy. The Noles improved to 9-2 with a miraculous come-from-behind win over Virginia Tech. The Hokies led by as many as nine points with just over a minute to play before Leonard Hamilton's club kicked it into high-gear. The comeback was aided by some Hokie missed free-throws, with two Mike Roberts misses in a row giving the Noles a chance to tie - or even win it. And for the second time this season, Michael Snaer was on the spot to hit the game-winng three-pointer. It was an ugly, nearly unwatchable, game for almost forty minutes but the ending was well worth the wait.

Crowd video of Snaer's three-pointer after the jump:

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Seminoles, visit Tomahawk Nation, SB Nation's Florida State blog. For more on the Hokies, visit Gobbler Country, SB Nation's Virginia Tech blog.

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