Clemson held its second straight opponent to less than 50 points. The Tiger program is now 33-2 under Brad Brownell when holding the opposition to 50 or less.
Clemson made 12 three-point baskets against the Roadrunners, tying the program’s high number in 165 games under coach Brad Brownell.
The Tigers had 22 assists on 27 made field goals Sunday, tying the program’s high number in 165 games under coach Brad Brownell.
Clemson’s 48 points in the opening frame were a new high under Brad Brownell, who has coached the Tigers for 165 games.
The Tigers also shot 65.4 percent in the first half, a high under Brownell.
Donte Grantham scored a career-high 22 points against the Roadrunners, breaking his previous high of 16 set last season against Syracuse.
Grantham set career highs for field goals (7) and three-pointers (5).
Gabe DeVoe scored double figures for the first time this season, and third time in his career.
DeVoe matched his career high with three makes from three-point range.
DeVoe had a career-high six rebounds Sunday.
Jordan Roper scored double figures for the 32nd time in his career. The senior from Irmo, S.C., finished with 13 points.
Roper posted seven assists against UTSA, a new high for the senior in his 98th career game.
Landry Nnoko blocked five shots Sunday, giving him 11 on the season and 152 for his career. He is ninth in Clemson history for blocks.
Avry Holmes made his 100th career three-point goal Sunday, early in the second half. Holmes tallied five assists with no turnovers in 29 minutes vs. UTSA.
Sidy Djitte matched his career high with 10 total rebounds in just 13 minutes.
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