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Clemson vs. Georgia Tech postgame notes

Clemson vs. Georgia Tech postgame notes

Team Notes

• Clemson won its eighth ACC game of the season, the fourth time in five seasons under Brad Brownell the Tigers have won at least eight conference games.

• The win was Clemson’s 10th straight at home over Georgia Tech, extending the school-record streak.

• Clemson has won 11 of the past 12 games over the Yellow Jackets, including twice in overtime.

• The Tigers are 7-3 in Brownell’s five seasons in overtime games.

• The Tigers won 70-63 in overtime, making the Tigers 2-0 in extra time this season. Clemson previously beat a top-25 Arkansas team in overtime in December.

• Clemson allowed just four field goals in the opening half, its lowest total of the season in any half.

• Clemson shot a season-high 51 percent from the field (22-of-43).

• The Tigers made 81.5 percent from the free throw line (22-of-27), their top figure of the season with a minimum of 20 attempts.

Individual Notes

Jaron Blossomgame reached double figures for a team-leading 23rd time this season.

• Blossomgame finished with 19 points, his highest total in an ACC game.

• Blossomgame led the Tigers with nine rebounds, the 18th time this season he has led or tied for the team lead.

Rod Hall and Damarcus Harrison both scored double figures on Senior Day, with 15 points apiece.

• Harrison made a career-high nine free throws in 11 attempts, also a career high.

• Hall’s 15 points were his high total since the Syracuse game on Jan. 17.

• Hall surpassed 3,600 career minutes played Saturday, 10th in school history.

Landry Nnoko blocked five shots Saturday, one off his personal best. He now has 134 in his career, ninth-most in school history.

Austin Ajukwa matched his career high with three steals.

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