TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Kenny Boynton and Mike Rosario both scored 14 points Wednesday night and No. 6 Florida romped to a 72-47 victory over defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Florida State.
Boynton's layup with 8:57 left gave the Gators their largest lead, 62-25.
Florida (7-0) has held five opponents to less than 50 points this season while taking its fourth straight win over the Seminoles.
Michael Frazier added 12 points and Patric Young finished with 10 points and eight rebounds for the Gators, who cruised to a 35-15 halftime lead in their first road game of the season.
Michael Snaer led Florida State with 10 points, all in the second half.
The Seminoles (4-4) have lost three straight home games, suffered their most lopsided defeat to Florida since a 96-61 loss in 1999.
Beloved former Oriole Nick Markakis is finally being recognized as an All-Star this week in Washington, D.C. at the 89th Midsummer Classic.
The 34-year-old right fielder waited 12 1/2 Major League Baseball seasons for his name to be called.
Markakis, who is on his way to having the best season of his career, is batting .323 and leading the NL with 120 hits. He received the most votes of any NL outfielder in fan voting.
A 22-year-old Markakis first arrived in the Orioles clubhouse in 2006 when the average age of the rest of the Orioles’ starting lineup was 32. The now 34-year-old finds himself as one of the oldest on a Braves team that is 10 games above .500 at the halfway point of the season and only 1/2 game back from the first-place Phillies.
MLB announced Tuesday night's starting lineups, which features Markakis batting 7th and playing right field for the National League.
Catch Markakis and the rest of the field in Tuesday night's All-Star Game at 8 p.m. on FOX.
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