NIT Semifinal Highlights: (1) Minnesota 67 – (1) Florida State 64 F/OT

04/01/2014

Richard PitinoNEW YORK, NY – Austin and Andre Hollins combined for 30 points as Minnesota advanced to the NIT championship game with a 67-64 victory in overtime over Florida State Tuesday at Madison Square Garden.

The Gophers outscored the Seminoles 7-4 in the extra session – with six of those seven points coming courtesy of free throws by backup center Maurice Walker.

John Tautges and Kelly Tripucka called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Andre Hollins hits from deep and it’s 15-4 Gophers)

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(Hollins takes his turn and it’s 26-13)

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(Ian Miller hits back-to-back triples to get the ‘Noles within one)

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(A Deandre Mathieu bucket makes it 56-53 Minnesota)

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(Devon Bookert’s three sends the game to OT)

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(The final call as Minnesota moves on)

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(Postgame interview with Minnesota’s Deandre Mathieu)

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