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Clemson vs. Presbyterian Postgame Notes

Clemson vs. Presbyterian Postgame Notes

  • Clemson held Presbyterian to 41 points Tuesday, the third opponent with less than 50 this season. The Tigers are 34-2 all-time under head coach Brad Brownell when holding opponents to 50 or less.

  • Presbyterian shot just 27.6 percent, the second lowest figure allowed by Clemson’s program in 173 games under Brownell (Savannah State shot 22.9 percent in 2010).
  • Sidy Djitte posted his second double-figure scoring effort of the season with 12 points. The junior was 6-8 from the floor.

  • Djitte had his second career double-double Tuesday, contributing a career-best 13 rebounds against the Blue Hose.

  • Gabe DeVoe notched double figures for the third time, and first time since Nov. 23 against UMass. He finished with 11 points, all in the opening half of play.

  • DeVoe made Clemson’s first four-point play of the season. It was the first by a Tiger since Ibrahim Djambo did it against Belmont in the 2014 NIT quarterfinals.

  • Jaron Blossomgame had one blocked shot, pushing his season total to 17. He already has his single-season high in three years as a Tiger.

  • Landry Nnoko matched a season-high with nine rebounds.

  • Ty Hudson took a charge in his second straight game.