VIDEO: Karl Hess Ejects Tom Gugliotta and Chris Corchiani, Noles Win 76-62

The Florida State Seminoles held a 37-26 lead over the NC State Wolfpack at halftime and continued to build that lead through the second half. The Wolfpack made a late surge on the Noles, but it was just too little too late as the Noles secured the 76-62 victory. In the second half however, the NC State Wolfpack lost some fans in the stands. Referee Karl Hess ejected Tom Gugliotta and Chris Corchiani, two NC State alums, from the crowd.

It's not clear exactly why they were ejected, but they were. Ian Miller ended the game leading the Noles in scoring with 17 points off the bench while Okara White added another 10 points from the bench. Bernard James also picked up 12 points and 6 rebounds while Michael Snaer ended the day with 10 points, 4 rebounds, and 5 assists.

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