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Clemson vs. Missouri Comparison

March 15, 2010

Clemson and Missouri play similar styles of play and have similar results in a number of areas this year. Both use full court pressure to force turnovers and turn those turnovers into points. Missouri is first in the nation in steals per game and Clemson is eighth. Clemson forces 17.5 turnovers per game and Missouri forces 19.7. Clemson has a 21-10 record and Missouri is 22-10. Clemson has a 5-6 road record and Missouri is 4-6.

Below is a chart that summarizes the comparison:

Category Clemson Missouri
Record 21-10 22-10
Home 14-2 16-2
Away 5-6 4-6
Neutral 2-2 2-2
Last 10 Games 6-4 6-4
Conference 9-7 10-6
RPI 34 45
Schedule Strength 24 47
vs. RPI top 50 5-6 4-7
vs. RPI top 100 10-9 6-7
Scoring Offense 73.3 77.6
Scoring Defense 63.8 65.8
Scoring Margin +9.5 +11.8
Rebound Margin +1.8 -2.6
Turnover Margin +2.6 +6.7
Turnovers Forced 17.5 19.7
Field Goal % .453 .441
Three-Point %

.336

.371
Free Throw % .659 .728
FG% Defense .419 .409
3Pt% Defense .294 .308
Steals/Game 9.6 10.9
National Rank – Steals/Game 8th 1st

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