Found February 18, 2012 on
For just a second, K.J. McDaniels forgot. The Clemson freshman had the ball at the top of the key late in Saturday's 74-52 Carolina win.At home, in Birmingham, Ala., it's unlikely they have anyone like John Henson. McDaniels measured Henson, who was defending him from a good two feet inside the three-point line.
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Andre Branch DE Clemson #40
Prototypical size. Above-average speed for the position; can make some plays in pursuit. Shows good awareness on the field; keeps his eyes in the backfield and makes adjustments. Impressive motor; plays through the whistle and never gives up on a play. Does a nice job diagnosing run vs pass; isn’t overaggressive with...
Dillon Napoleon and Ryan Nance combined to hold the 16th-ranked Clemson Tigers to just one run as the Blazers earned a 2-1 victory on at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in front of a near sell out of 5,994 fans on Friday night to start the college baseball season.
The #16 Clemson Tigers scored five runs in the eighth inning to break a 2-2 tie and defeat UAB 7-4 in the second game of a doubleheader in front of 5,608 fans at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers, who won both games of the doubleheader and won the series 2-1, improved to 2-1 on the season, while the Blazers dropped to 1-2.
CLEMSON, SC -- The first time Andre Young went to the Dean Smith Center to play North Carolina as a freshman, it wasn't the Tigers' long-standing winless streak in Chapel Hill, NC that concerned him. Instead, it was players like Wayne Ellington, Tyler Hansbrough and Ty Lawson that intrigued him more that first visit.