The Seminoles (4-0) connected on 58 percent of their shots from the floor, using 18 points from Devon Bookert to stay unbeaten.
Montay Brandon (14 points) and Okaro White (11, nine rebounds) also played big roles for FSU, which now goes on to face No. 13 Michigan Friday in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off.
The Rams (3-1) got 14 points from Treveon Graham but were done in by poor shooting, managing just 33.8 percent from the field.
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