• Clemson won its third straight game, and fourth in five Saturday as the Tigers defeated Boston College by a score of 64-49.
• The Tigers are now one game above .500 in conference play, after starting 1-3.
• Clemson has now won four consecutive Saturday afternoon ACC games.
• Clemson is now 31-2 all-time when holding its opponent to 50 points or less under Brad Brownell, and 3-0 this season.
• Clemson won its first home game over Boston College since Feb. 8, 2011.
• The Tigers lead the all-time series 12-7 and are 6-1 at home all-time against BC.
• Clemson’s defense held the Eagles to 16 first-half points, their fewest in any half this season.
• Boston College’s 49 points were a season-low.
• The Tigers outrebounded Boston College by 10 on Saturday, the third time this season with a double-digit margin on the glass against an ACC foe. Clemson is 3-0 in those games.
• Clemson made 92.9 percent (13-of-14) of its free throws, a single-game high under Brad Brownell given a minimum of 10 attempts.
• Jordan Roper produced a career-high 24 points Saturday to lead all scorers. His previous high was 19 on two occasions.
• Roper scored Clemson’s first 11 points, reminiscent of a performance his freshman season at Miami when he posted the Tigers’ first 12 points.
• Roper’s six three-point goals Saturday were the most by a Tiger player since Andre Young nailed seven in a win over Georgia Tech on Jan. 21, 2012.
• Jaron Blossomgame scored in double figures, Clemson’s second-highest player with 16 points, all after halftime. He played only six minutes in the first half due to foul trouble.
• Landry Nnoko pulled down eight rebounds, his highest total since tallying 10 against Rutgers on Dec. 1.
• Rod Hall posted six assists and zero turnovers in 36 minutes. He tied Marc Campbell for ninth on Clemson’s all-time assists list. Campbell was in attendance Saturday as part of the Tigers’ alumni reunion.
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