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Feb 02, 2022

WBB Hoops Central: Clemson vs #4 Louisville

In accordance with Clemson University’s announcement on Jan. 3, face masks are now REQUIRED inside all University buildings statewide for all persons until further notice, unless actively eating or drinking. This requirement applies to all individuals within Littlejohn Coliseum at basketball games until this protocol is lifted by Clemson University.

Clemson (7-14, 1-9 ACC) 🆚 #4 Louisville (19-2, 9-1 ACC)

📍 Venue: Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, S.C.

🕧 Tipoff: Thursday, Feb. 3 • 6 p.m.

📺 Watch: RSN (Tom Werme, Tabitha Turner-Wilkins)

📻 Radio: Clemson Athletics Network (William Qualkinbush, Sarah-Jo Lawrence)

📊 Stats: Live Stats

🎟 Tickets: Free Admission


Clemson: RosterSchedule | Game Notes (PDF)

#4 Louisville: Roster | Schedule | Game Notes (PDF)



  • The Clemson Tigers return to Littlejohn Coliseum on Thursday evening to face the #4/4 Louisville Cardinals. Tipoff is set for 6:00 p.m. and will air on RSN.
  • The Tigers are looking to bounce back from a 69-62 loss to #14 Georgia Tech on Sunday.
  • Louisville is coming off a tough 69-66 win at Miami on Tuesday evening.
  • This marks the 13th meeting all-time, with Louisville holding a 9-3 lead.


  • Tom Werme and Tabitha Turner-Wilkins will be on the call for RSN.
  • The contest can also be heard on the Clemson Athletic Network radio stations and audio stream, with William Qualkinbush and Sarah-Jo Lawrence calling the action.
  • Airtime for games on the Clemson Athletics Network occurs 15 minutes before tipoff.


  • If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home.
  • Parking lots will open two hours before tipoff.
  • The seating bowls will be at 100% capacity.
  • The clear bag policy is in effect. Fans are reminded to keep phones and keys in their pockets, as they proceed through the metal detectors.
  • For the general public, face coverings are required in all areas of Littlejohn Coliseum.
  • Fans should be considerate of others and utilize proper cheering etiquette. Screaming, hugging, and high-fiving may not be welcomed physical interactions amongst strangers this season. Guests should be aware of their surroundings and the safety of others.