College basketball schedule: Gators hit the road to play Seminoles

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Rivals Florida and Florida State square off in Tallahassee on Wednesday night. The Gators won last year's meeting.

The Florida State Seminoles host the Florida Gators at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday. The Seminoles could use a signature win after a 4-3 start that includes losses to Mercer and South Alabama. Florida, meanwhile is off to a 6-0 start to the season and ranked among the nation's top 10.

The Seminoles are led in scoring by Michael Snaer, who was a preseason All-ACC selection. Okaro White and Terrance Shannon are also scoring in double figures. The Gators have four players scoring in double figures, led by Kenny Boynton, who is averaging 14.5 points per game.

ESPN2 will televise the game.

Elsewhere on the schedule, the University of South Florida Bulls are facing Oklahoma State at 9 p.m. ET in a game that will be televised by ESPNU. The Bulls have won three straight games coming into this one and sit at 5-2 overall. Toarlyn Fitzpatrick leads the Bulls in scoring with 13 points per game. Oklahoma State started the season strong and entered the polls as a result, but it is coming off a 10-point loss to Virginia Tech. Le'Bryan Nash is scoring 19 points per game to lead the team.

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