Miami-Florida State basketball: How to watch, listen & stream, projected lineups, players to watch

Dewan Huell and the Hurricanes had a lot to shout about last time Miami and Florida State met. (Getty Images)

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Miami basketball (15-4, 4-3 ACC) faces rival Florida State (15-5, 4-4) at 4 p.m. Saturday in Tallahassee.

Here’s how to follow the action:

Time: 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27.

Where: Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, Tallahassee (11,500 capacity).

TV: Wes Durham (play-by-play) and Jason Capel (analyst) will call the game for the ACC Network. Click here for a list of affiliates carrying the game.

Online: ESPN3.com and the WatchESPN app. Must be an ESPN subscriber to access the stream (which is subject to blackout).

Radio: Joe Zagacki will call the game for 560 WQAM, which is streaming live on WQAM.com and the Radio.com app. It’s also on Sirius channel 134 and XM 193 (Internet 955).

Last time out: Miami beat Louisville 78-75 in overtime last Wednesday at the Watsco Center. Click here for takeaways from the game

Series: FSU leads 45-35 and has a 29-8 edge in Tallahassee. UM, ranked 15th, beat the 24th-ranked Seminoles 80-74 on Jan. 7 in Coral Gables.

Rankings: Miami received 83 votes in the Associated Press top 25, placing 26th overall. FSU (14 votes) was 32nd. Miami was 24th in the coaches’ poll. FSU was 37th.

FSU is 25th in KenPom.com’s efficiency ratings (26th offense, 47th defense). Miami is 29th (86th offense, eighth defense).

Twitter: Follow Miami beat writer Matt Porter @mattyports. The official team accounts are @CanesHoops and @FSUHoops.

Facebook: Visit the Post’s Hurricanes page, Post on Miami Hurricanes, for news, analysis, photos and videos in your Facebook feed.

Projected starting lineups

MIAMI

0 – Ja’Quan Newton, G, Sr., 6-3, 191

11 – Bruce Brown Jr., G, Soph., 6-5, 205

4 – Lonnie Walker IV, G, Fr., 6-5, 204

3 – Anthony Lawrence II, F, Jr., 6-7, 210

20 – Dewan Huell, F, Soph., 6-11, 236

FLORIDA STATE

2 – C.J. Walker, G, Soph., 6-1, 195

11 – Braian Angola-Rodas, G, Sr., 6-6, 195

14 – Terance Mann, G, Jr., 6-6, 200

0 – Phil Cofer, F, Sr., 6-8, 205

21 – Christ Koumadje, C, Jr., 7-4, 233

3 players to watch

UM G Lonnie Walker 

After scoring 19 total points in his first three ACC games, the former McDonald’s All-American is averaging 18 points in his last four. He put up his best total in ACC play last Wednesday with 25 points in an overtime win over Louisville. His acrobatic layup with four seconds left in regulation sent the game to OT.

FSU G Terance Mann

The junior from Lowell, Mass. scored a career-high 30 points in last Wednesday’s 88-77 win over Georgia Tech, which got the Seminoles back to .500 in ACC play for the first time since Jan. 3. Mann is close friends with fellow Boston-area product Brown, who put up a season-high 23 points in their last meeting.

UM F Dewan Huell 

The Canes’ leading scorer (13.8 points per game) had 20 points and eight rebounds in that Jan. 7 Miami-FSU game, and his presence will be needed inside against a long, athletic Seminoles squad. Also worth a mention here: 5-7 point guard Chris Lykes, who had 18 points the last time the teams met.