Without Star Michael Snaer, FSU Surges Past Lowly Louisiana-Monroe

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Without Star Michael Snaer, FSU Surges Past Lowly Louisiana-Monroe
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TALLAHASSEE — Although more than 5,400 filed into the Donald L. Tucker Center on Monday night for Florida State’s game against one-win Louisiana-Monroe, it was the absence of a select few that had the arena buzzing. For starters, the Seminoles were without their star player and leading scorer, Michael Snaer. After the game, coach Leonard Hamilton said the senior guard dressed, but did not play a minute of FSU’s 63-48 win over the Warhawks (1-6) because of a “discipline issue...”

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