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Clemson vs. UTSA postgame notes

Clemson vs. UTSA postgame notes

TEAM

  • Clemson held its second straight opponent to less than 50 points. The Tiger program is now 33-2 under Brad Brownell when holding the opposition to 50 or less.

  • Clemson made 12 three-point baskets against the Roadrunners, tying the program’s high number in 165 games under coach Brad Brownell.

  • The Tigers had 22 assists on 27 made field goals Sunday, tying the program’s high number in 165 games under coach Brad Brownell.

  • Clemson’s 48 points in the opening frame were a new high under Brad Brownell, who has coached the Tigers for 165 games.

  • The Tigers also shot 65.4 percent in the first half, a high under Brownell.

INDIVIDUAL

  • Donte Grantham scored a career-high 22 points against the Roadrunners, breaking his previous high of 16 set last season against Syracuse.

  • Grantham set career highs for field goals (7) and three-pointers (5).

  • Gabe DeVoe scored double figures for the first time this season, and third time in his career.

  • DeVoe matched his career high with three makes from three-point range.

  • DeVoe had a career-high six rebounds Sunday.

  • Jordan Roper scored double figures for the 32nd time in his career. The senior from Irmo, S.C., finished with 13 points.

  • Roper posted seven assists against UTSA, a new high for the senior in his 98th career game.

  • Landry Nnoko blocked five shots Sunday, giving him 11 on the season and 152 for his career. He is ninth in Clemson history for blocks.

  • Avry Holmes made his 100th career three-point goal Sunday, early in the second half. Holmes tallied five assists with no turnovers in 29 minutes vs. UTSA.

  • Sidy Djitte matched his career high with 10 total rebounds in just 13 minutes.

  • Riley McGillan made his first career three-pointer as a Tiger on Sunday.

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