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Clemson vs. Florida State Postgame Notes

Clemson vs. Florida State Postgame Notes


  • Clemson scored just 41 points Thursday, its lowest production offensively since also scoring 41 at Virginia last season.
  • Clemson scored 16 in the first half, its lowest output since also posting 16 in the opening half last season against Miami.
  • The Tigers’ 23.1 percent shooting in the first half was their lowest since shooting 20 percent at Virginia last season.
  • Clemson had a season-high 18 turnovers. Florida State converted them into 25 points, a 20-point advantage for the Seminoles.
  • Clemson had more turnovers and the same amount of offensive rebounds (15) as its field goal total for the game.
  • The Tigers held the Seminoles to 56 points. Florida State entered the game averaging 74.9 points per game offensively.
  • Clemson held Florida State to just 1-of-11 three-point shooting. It was the third time under Head Coach Brad Brownell an opponent made only one from long distance.


  • K.J. McDaniels led Clemson in scoring (14) and rebounding (7), while adding a pair of blocked shots in 32 minutes.
  • Josh Smith, a sophomore forward, earned his first career start Thursday and grabbed five rebounds in 23 minutes.
  • Jordan Roper and Rod Hall, who combined to average 21 points per game entering the contest, were held to 10 on 4-of-14 shooting Thursday.