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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...
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.
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.