No. 7 Duke got blown out for the second time is as many ACC road games Tuesday night, this time falling victim to No. 9 Florida State by a score of 88-72 in Tallahassee, Fla. The Chronicle's Sameer Pandhare and Sam Turken broke down the Seminoles' dismantling of the Blue Devils following the game.
0:27—How Florida State wore Duke down with its depth down the stretch
0:47—The futile adjustments Duke made to try to contain Florida State's athletic frontcourt without Amile Jefferson
1:51—What made the Seminoles' pick-and-roll led by point guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes so potent
2:23—A step in the wrong direction for the Blue Devils' experiment with Grayson Allen at point guard
2:45—Whether an undisclosed injury that Allen suffered after diving for a loose ball late in the game could affect him moving forward