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Clemson vs. Georgia Tech postgame notes

Clemson vs. Georgia Tech postgame notes

  • Clemson’s win was its 11th straight at home in the series with Georgia Tech, extending the school record over another ACC foe.

  • The Tigers have won 12 of the last 13 against the Yellow Jackets, dating to Trevor Booker’s Senior Day in 2010.

  • Clemson recorded its 50th ACC win for Brownell (including tournaments).

  • Brownell has guided the Tigers to at least eight ACC regular-season wins in five of his six seasons.

  • Clemson had a season-high 10 steals Saturday.

  • The Tigers had a season-low three assists, but also matched their low with only six turnovers.

  • Georgia Tech made nine of its first 14 shots, but the Tigers held the Yellow Jackets to just 10 of its final 41 attempts (.244).

  • Jaron Blossomgame joined Clemson’s 1,000-point club Saturday. He became the club’s 38th member, and 23rd Tiger to do it in three seasons or less.

  • Blossomgame posted a game-high 17 points and made all seven of his free throws.

  • Jordan Roper scored double figures for the 13th time this season, and for the fifth time in the last six games.

  • Roper needs just 50 points to reach 1,000 for his career.

  • Avry Holmes had a career-high six steals defensively, most in 188 games under Brad Brownell.

  • Holmes’ steal total was the most by a Tiger since Andre Young had seven against Maryland in 2010.

  • Gabe DeVoe had nine rebounds Saturday, his highest figure ever in an ACC game.