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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Trey Benson’s 17-yard scoring run with 4:06 in the game was his third touchdown of the game and gave No. 16 Florida State a 45-38 win over rival Florida. Benson had 111 rushing yards on 20 carries and Jordan Travis rushed for 83 yards and two touchdowns as the Seminoles rushed for 228 yards — surpassing the 200-yard rush mark for the seventh straight year. Florida drove the field in the final minutes, but Anthony Richardson’s fourth pass down the middle was incomplete with 39 seconds remaining.

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Caleb Grill hit seven 3-pointers for a career-high 31 points, and Iowa State rallied in the final five minutes to take part in the semifinals of Friday’s Phil Knight Invitational. Iowa State (5-0) clinched just its third win against a No. 1 team on the AP Top 25. The Cyclones are 3:22 against No. 1 teams, with the other wins coming in 1957 against Kansas and Oklahoma in 2016. The Cyclones can now add North Carolina (5-1) to the list. Jaren Holmes added 22 points and the Cyclones. RJ Davis led North Carolina with 15 points, Armando Bacot added 14 and Caleb Love scored 12 points.

CHAPEL HILL, NC (AP) — Ben Finley threw for 271 yards and two touchdowns in his first career start, and North Carolina State held on to beat Drake Maye and No. 18 North Carolina 30-27 when Noah Burnette hit a 35 ducked -yard field goal try in the second overtime. Maye ran into Antoine Green from 4 yards in the last regular game to level the game by 24 points, but NC State kept the ACC Coastal Division champion Tar Heels out of the end zone in first overtime. The teams traded field goals and Christopher Dunn was good in the second overtime from 21 yards. NC State never fell behind as it gave North Carolina its second straight loss.

NICEVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Junor Patrick McCaffery scored 21 points and No. 25 Iowa held off Clemson 74-71 Friday night to reach the Emerald Coast Classic championship game. Iowa (5-0) meets TCU in Saturday’s title game. Clemson (4-2) plays the California. Tony Perkins scored eight of his 11 points in the last two minutes, made a layup and six of six free throws to quell the Tigers’ threat. Chase Hunter led Clemson by 21 points.

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Jeremy Roach notched a season-high 21 points, Mark Mitchell added 16 and Duke No. 8 withstood Xavier’s second-half comeback to win 71-64 in the semifinals of the Phil Knight Legacy Tournament. The Blue Devils advanced into the championship game thanks to the play of their outstanding guard and another strong defensive performance. Roach fell a point short of his career high, and the Blue Devils rallied after an unexpectedly narrow win over Oregon State in the event’s opening round. Xavier was held at two points in the last five minutes. Souley Boum scored 23 points for the Musketeers.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Jayden Gardner scored 26 points and nearly matched Maryland-Eastern Shore’s total in the first half as No. 5 Virginia beat the Hawks 72-45. The Cavaliers (5-0) led 40-22 at halftime, with Gardner accounting for 18 of those points and Kadin Shedrick, their other prominent low post player, adding nine. Shedrick finished at 13, with trainer Tony Bennett making generous substitutions in the final 10 minutes. The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference’s Maryland-Eastern Shore (2-4) was trailing 20-4 after 7 1/2 minutes.

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — Jarkel Joiner scored 15 points to help North Carolina State beat Butler 76-61 in the game for fifth place at Battle 4 Atlantis. DJ Burns added 14 points for the Wolfpack, who scored 44.6% while converting 14 turnovers from Butler to 21 points. NC State had five scorers in double figures. Chuck Harris scored 20 points while Jayden Taylor had 18 for Butler. Bulldogs big man Manny Bates had eight points, nine rebounds and three blocks against his earlier program. NC State led 35-22 at halftime and increased that lead to 20 points midway through the second half.

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Justyn Mutts had 17 points, nine rebounds and five assists to lead Virginia Tech to a 69-64 win over Charleston Southern. Sean Pedulla scored 15 points, Darius Maddox 12 and Lynn Kidd 11 for the Hokies. A 3-pointer from the Buccaneers’ Tyeree Bryan tied the score at 50 with 11:09 remaining. There were six more ties before Kidd’s dunk finally gave the Hokies the lead, 66-64 with 1:22 left. The Hokies wrapped it up by taking 3 of 4 free throws on the stretch. Claudell Harris led the Buccaneers with 17 points from the bench. Taje’ Kelly had 16 points and nine rebounds.

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