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Tallahassee, FL (Sports Network) - Sam Young logged a game-high 21 points to go with seven rebounds and the No. Carl Yastrzemski Jersey . 3 Pittsburgh Panthers overcame a lackluster shooting effort to edge the Florida State Seminoles, 56-48. "The guy made great plays," Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton said of Young. "They made the plays they had to make in that minute stretch and we missed ours." DeJuan Blair posted a double-double of 10 points and 12 rebounds, and Jermaine Dixon added 11 points for the Panthers (12-0), who barely passed their first true road test of the season before beginning Big East play December 31 at Rutgers. Levance Fields hit just 1-for-10 from the field and ended with three points and four assists in the win. Toney Douglas was the only Seminoles player in double figures, finishing with 20 points and five boards, but Florida State (11-2) shot a putrid 29.8 percent from the floor and committed 18 turnovers. The Seminoles were a mere 4-for-17 from the field in the first half, but a 14- for-17 effort at the free throw line helped them trail just, 26-24, at the break. Pitt never trailed in the first half but went down 28-26 on a Ryan Reid jumper. A Douglas three-pointer a little later made it 34-26 in favor of FSU, but Dixon followed with a three to begin a 17-0 run by the Panthers. The hosts did not back down, however, answering with eight straight points. After Derwin Kitchens basket cut the deficit to 43-42 with six minutes left, the Seminoles made just two field goals the rest of the way. Leading by two with a minute left, Young hit a jumper and Dixon converted a pair of fastbreak layups to seal the win as FSU couldnt hit a shot. "We knew we had to get stops to win the game," said Dixon, who added a pair of layups in the final 43 seconds. "We got some steals, got some stops, got some easy layups." Game Notes Florida State snapped a four-game winning streak..Pittsburgh had won each of its previous 11 games by double digits..Pitt shot 33.3 percent from the field. Mike Wallace Jersey . - Roger Clemens 10-year personal services contract with the Houston Astros could be affected by a possible perjury investigation into whether he lied to Congress about using steroids. Tom Brady Jersey . Yan, 32, went 6-5 with a 4.66 ERA in 21 games for the Hanshin Tigers of the Japanese Central League in 2007. He owns a 33-39 career record and a 5.14 ERA in 11 big league seasons with seven clubs. Yogi Berra Yankees Jersey . Sixth-seeded Mirza had been one of only two seeds remaining in the main draw at the start of the tournaments third day but, by the end, No. 2012 Indianapolis Colts Nike Jersey . Scott Feldman (3-0) earned the win for Texas after surrendering three runs on five hits with five strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings. Eddie Guardado hurled a 1-2-3 eighth inning and C.J. Wilson navigated around a leadoff single in the ninth to notch his third save of the season. Darrius Heyward-Bey Jersey . Kaka, who has won both the Golden Ball and the FIFA world player of the year, had wanted to help Brazil try to win its first Olympic gold medal in soccer. MONTREAL -- A cloud of legal uncertainty will still be lingering over Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara when he makes his return to Montreal this week, with no word on whether an on-ice incident might result in criminal charges. Quebecs director of criminal prosecutions says there has been no decision on whether to lay charges over the brutal hit on Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty last March. Seven months removed from the hit that ended Paciorettys season, a prosecutor said Wednesday that the case remains under study. Crown prosecutor Jean-Pascal Boucher said Wednesday that he was aware the hulking Bruins defenceman would be playing in Montreal this weekend. But he couldnt say if a decision would come before then. "For the case of Mr. Chara, there are no developments for now and the case is under review," said Boucher. Chara is making his way for the first time this NHL season to Montreal, where he is intensely unpopular. The massive defenceman shoved Pacioretty into a stanchion, breaking a vertebra and ending his season on March 8, receiving a game misconduct but no further suspension from the NHL. Amid the ensuing public outcry, Quebecs director of criminal prosecutions ordered an investigation into the hit. That office has been involved in a number of criminal prosecutions in recent years involving players in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. The prosecutions that have made it before a judge involved stick incidents and one particularly vicious on-ice beating. None ended with jail time or criminal records for the offending players. Some legal experts have deemed it highly unlikely that Chara would be prosecuted and say what happened in March falls outside the examples of previous Quebec cases. "I think this is probably the most difficult one to bring forward as a prosecution," said Montreal criminal lawyer Steven Slimovitch. "All of the examples I can think of in the NHL or the QMJHL have been fighting incidents or clearly related to fighting --- such as using the stick. Derek Jeter Jersey. " Before the hit, the Habs forward had been involved in a series of skirmishes with Chara during an escalating bitter rivalry on the ice. Pacioretty initially said via social media that he was disgusted by the leagues failure to suspend Chara, but later added that he disagreed with the decision of law enforcement to get involved. Last June, he wrote on Twitter: "I hope Chara is NOT prosecuted. I have moved on from my incident and I hope everyone else can do the same." The probe took months to complete, partly because of the Bruins lengthy playoff run during which Montreal police delayed interviewing Chara until July. Chara went on to win the Stanley Cup with the Bruins. Pacioretty has fully recovered from a cracked vertebra and concussion and returned this season to the Canadiens; he has been one of the struggling teams rare strong performers. Montreal police concluded their investigation in August, but the Crown warned it would take time to come to a final decision. In this case, the Crown would need to prove Charas intent to injure, beyond a reasonable doubt, Slimovitch said. He said the Crown would also have to prove the hit went beyond what is the normally accepted level of violence that players consent to when they play a hockey game. And ejection or suspension from a game doesnt make the act a criminal one. Slimovitch said, for instance, that hockey players might accept that they will be bodychecked or shoved -- but a stick smashed over the head is not expected, and would carry different legal consequences. "The real place where the criminal court would step in would be, Has the action so far passed what is an acceptable level of violence in the sport that it must be sanctioned?," he said. Slimovitch said Charas case would be difficult to prove in that respect. "Can it be said that Chara knew where he was on the ice such that he used the stanchion as a weapon? You have to prove that," Slimovitch said. ' ' '

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