Louisville erased a double-digit halftime deficit to upset No. 23 Florida State 73-69 on Wednesday night and snap the Seminoles' 28-game home winning streak at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee, Fla.
Ray Spalding added 15 points for the Cardinals (12-4, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), who made six 3-pointers in the second half. The Cardinals extended the lead to 68-63 two possessions later with 2:34 to go, and then the game was delayed roughly 10 minutes due to an issue with the net on Florida State's goal.
Louisville would slowly claw back in the game, cutting into the lead for FSU basketball until finally retaking it when Ryan McMahon hit a three pointer with just under five minutes to play that gave the men from Kentucky a two point lead.
Mann (25) and Angola (18) were the only two Noles to score in double figures on the night as Florida State shot just 31 percent in the second half and lost their first game at home in almost two calendar years. However, guard Terance Mann's drive to the bucket was blocked by Louisville center Anas Mahmoud.
McMahon then iced the game with 1.5 seconds left with two free throws.
The Cardinals outscored Florida State 41-24 in the second half en route to snapping the nation's third-longest home win streak. It is Florida State's first loss at home since an 86-80 loss to Georgia Tech on February 17, 2016.
On the season, Louisville basketball averages 76.8 points, 40.7 rebounds and 13.0 assists per game. They were the only two Louisville players to reach double figures. Defensiveley, Florida State basketball yields 69.1 points against the opposing teams.
Louisville: Hosts Virginia Tech on Saturday.
Florida State, meanwhile, has now lost two straight games and will look to get back on track when its hosts Syracuse on Saturday.