Boris Bojanovsky's dunk with four tenths of a second left gave FSU a dramatic 67-65 win over Maryland in the second round of the ACC tournament Thursday afternoon.

Clearwater High grad Okaro White spotted Bojanovsky for his first assist of the game, coming after Maryland had tied the score on a pair of free throws with :15 remaining.

A loss would have ended FSU's hopes of making the NCAA tournament. The Noles now have the ultimate chance to influence the committee, a quarterfinal matchup with regular season champ Virginia Friday at noon.

Ian Miller scored 17 points, his 3-pointer putting FSU ahead by 11 midway through the second half. But the Seminoles committed 19 turnovers, allowing Maryland to get back in the game.

Aaron Thomas scored 14 points while Bojanovsky had a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds.

FSU, the ninth seed in the conference, is now 19-12.