• Clemson won its fourth straight game Wednesday, the program’s longest ACC winning streak of any kind since Rick Barnes’ 1996-97 team started league play 5-0.
• The Tigers won a third ACC road game for the second straight season.
• Clemson won its sixth conference game on Feb. 4 for the second straight season.
• The Tigers exacted revenge from a home loss on Jan. 19, splitting the season series. The road team has won each of the past four games between the two schools.
• Clemson’s win was the program’s sixth over the Seminoles in Tallahassee since FSU entered the ACC in 1991-92.
• The Tigers held another opponent, their fourth straight, to less than 40 percent shooting. The Seminoles hit just 35.7 percent overall and 28.6 percent from three.
• Clemson won the turnover margin and improved to 7-1 this season when winning the statistic.
• Clemson’s 14-point advantage in points off turnovers was its largest in ACC play, and largest since the season opener.
• The Tigers collected nine steals Wednesday, their highest total in ACC play this season.
• Jordan Roper scored double figures a fourth straight game, his longest such streak since the 2013-14 season.
• Roper made eight free throws, one off his career high of nine set in the 2013 ACC Tournament against Florida State.
• Donte Grantham posted 13 points and made 2-of-4 from three, his first game with multiple three-pointers since the Syracuse win on Jan. 17.
• Josh Smith posted a career-high eight points, and tied his best with eight rebounds. Smith also set a new high with three steals in 19 minutes.
• Austin Ajukwa matched his career high with seven points, all in the first half.
• Rod Hall posted three assists and moved into sole possession of ninth on Clemson’s career list with 367.
• Landry Nnoko had one blocked shot, giving him 118 for his career and putting him eight shy of John Campbell for ninth in Clemson history.
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