The Last time these two met Florida State was destroyed. The Seminoles will get revenge tonight, as over confidence has proven to be the Tar Heels biggest downfalls.

The Florida State Seminoles were laughed off the court on Super Bowl Sunday by the North Carolina Tar Heels, getting romped by 20 points. However, when the two teams meet up at the Donald L. Tucker Center on Wednesday night, the tide will turn back the other direction in favor of the Seminoles.

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It's hard to say that the team that is in third place in the ACC would really be a sandwich game, but that's really what the case is right now for North Carolina. The Heels just knocked off the Maryland Terrapins on Sunday night 87-76 in Chapel Hill for a huge win, and they have Saturday's clash against the Duke Blue Devils waiting on tap. This is a nasty road trip down to the Sunshine State, a place where UNC really has had to scratch and claw for its wins in recent seasons.

The good news is that there has to be a ton of confidence after smacking this team in Chapel Hill, especially knowing that it was one of the first games for Kendall Marshall as the starting point guard for the team. He had 16 assists that day to go with his nine points, and he only turned the ball over three times.

Bigs for Noles Will Be Key

For years and years, Florida State has had one of the biggest and lankiest teams in the entire country, and this season is no exception. Sure, the team's defense is really hurt by Chris Singleton not being on the floor while he is recovering from his fractured ankle, but there is no denying just how good this team really is on the defensive side of the court. The Seminoles are surrendering just 62.3 PPG, and the team is holding foes to just 36.1 percent shooting from the field, the best such mark in the country.

When you look at the stats for the Noles and their big guys, you really aren't going to be all that impressed. Bernard James is averaging 8.1 PPG and 5.6 RPG, Okaro White is at 6.7 PPG and 3.0 RPG, Xavier Gibson is just at 5.5 PPG and 3.9 RPG, etc. However, all of these men that are going to be wearing garnet and gold on Senior Night in Tallahassee have one goal in mind: Revenge.

After all, both John Henson and Harrison Barnes had double-doubles in that game against Florida State the first time around, while Tyler Zeller also had a huge night. The three combined for 49 points and were the main reasons why UNC outrebounded the Noles 37-27 on the day. Needless to say, Head Coach Leonard Hamilton is going to make sure that his men don't suffer bad marks like that again.

Seminole Uprising on the NCAA Basketball Odds

North Carolina might be 9-2 ATS in its last 11 games overall, but that win against FSU was the first in this series for the Tar Heels in three tries against the Noles. The men in Carolina Blue had failed to cover five in a row before the 20 point romp at the Dean E. Smith Center.

This is the day that Florida State gets back on track. For a team that is 12-2 SU and 4-3-2 ATS on its home floor, FSU is really getting disrespected by the NCAA Basketball odds makers in this one. There's no reason for the Seminoles to be 1 1/2 point underdogs, and smart NCAA Basketball bettors plan on taking full advantage. Take this to you favorite sportsbook and build your bankrolls just in time for March Madness.