Gonzaga-Florida State: 3 keys to the Seminoles’ 75-60 victory

Florida State guard Terance Mann (14) celebrates in front of Gonzaga guard Silas Melson during the second half of an NCAA men's college basketball tournament regional semifinal Thursday, March 22, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Jae Hong / AP)

Key moment

The Seminoles pulled away late, using an 8-1 run to build a 67-55 lead. Mfiondu Kabengele started it with a pair of free throws and Phil Cofer added another after stealing Corey Kispert’s errant inbound pass. Terance Mann added a bucket from close range and Cofer’s dunk extended the margin to 66-56.

WHAT. A. FINISH. 💪

Noles lead by 11!#MarchMadness #Sweet16 pic.twitter.com/nzjEL5rMQp

— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 2018

Offensive player of the game

FSU junior guard Terance Mann, who has been battling a groin injury, came up with 18 points, including three dunks in the second half. Mann finished 8 of 13 from the field. He was the lone Seminole to reach double figures.

.@FSUHoops attacking the rim early in LA! 🔨#MarchMadness #Sweet16 pic.twitter.com/ekzTnTF6Qu

— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 23, 2018

Defensive player of the game

Senior guard Braian Angola, a North Idaho College product, did a nice job guarding Zach Norvell Jr. The Zags’ redshirt freshman wing scored 14 points, but made just 4 of 16 field-goal attempts. Norvell also had four turnovers.