FSU's best player has surgery to repair a fractured right foot Monday.

By: scott.rossman Email
By: scott.rossman Email

Tallahassee, FL--The Florida State men's team is certainly dreaming of postseason play, but it will have to get to the Big Dance without it's best player. Junior forward Chris Singleton had surgery today on his right foot. He fractured that foot in Saturday's win over Virginia. Coach Hamilton says the surgery went well, and Chris will begin rehabbing immediately, though there is no timetable for his return. You have to assume Singleton will miss the rest of the regular season and the ACC tourney. Beyond that, who knows. FSU appears headed to the NCAA Tournament, at 18-7 overall, 8-3 in the ACC. Singleton contributing big time to those numbers with 14 points, 7 board a game.

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