Florida State ends a stretch of five Atlantic Coast Conference road contests in seven games on Wednesday night when the Seminoles travel to North Carolina State. It's the only meeting between the two teams on the unbalanced ACC regular season schedule. Its also the end of a three-game homestand for the Wolfpack, who play five of their next six games on the road.The Seminoles, who can match their ACC road win total (three) for the entire 2012-13 season with a victory, have had great success playing at North Carolina State in recent years, winning four of the last five meetings there. And since joining the ACC for the 1991-92 season, Florida State has nine wins on the road against the Wolfpack, its highest number of ACC road wins against any team. North Carolina State brings a two-game win streak into the contest including a 80-78 overtime victory over Georgia Tech on Sunday.TV: 9 p.m. ET, ACC Network, ESPN3ABOUT FLORIDA STATE (13-6, 3-4 ACC): The Seminoles lead the ACC and rank fifth nationally in field goal percentage defense (.372) and are the only team in the conference averaging at least six steals (6.6) and six blocked shots (6.3) per game. Guards Ian Miller (13.1) and Aaron Thomas (12.5) lead the team in scoring. Forward Okaro White (12.4) also is averaging in double figures and tops the team in rebounding (6.9).ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA STATE (13-7, 3-4): Sophomore forward T.J. Warren leads the ACC and ranks seventh nationally in scoring (22.1) and is trying to become the first Wolfpack player since Todd Fuller (20.9) in 1996 to lead the ACC in scoring. His running, one-handed jumper with five seconds left proved to be the difference in the Wolfpack's overtime win over Georgia Tech on Sunday. Guard Ralston Turner averaged 17.5 points in back-to-back wins over Maryland and the Yellow Jackets.TIP-INS1. Florida State G Devon Bookert is shooting 47.0 percent from 3-point range in his career and has made 12 of his last 16 attempts beyond the arc.2. Warren leads the ACC with 14 20-point games and also has scored 30 or more points in three games.3. Miller ranks second in the ACC in free-throw shooting (86.2).PREDICTION: Florida State 70, North Carolina State 66