The Florida State men's basketball team's Tuesday game vs. North Florida has been postponed due to ongoing COVID protocols within the FSU program.
It's the second straight game the Seminoles have been unable to play after their scheduled Saturday game vs. UCF in the Orange Bowl Classic was canceled when COVID issues emerged within the FSU program.
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While that UCF game won't be made up and was deemed a no-contest, there is desire from both teams to make this UNF matchup up. No rescheduled date has been announced at this time.
Tickets purchased for Tuesday’s game against the Ospreys will be valid for the game between the two teams when it is rescheduled. Ticket holders with questions may contact the Seminole Ticket Office via email at email@example.com.
The Seminoles are one of at least 23 college basketball teams on COVID pauses right now. Their next scheduled game now, pending a UNF make-up date being announced, is a road game at Boston College on Wednesday, Dec. 29.
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