Two nights after a missed free-throw kept #19 Clemson from overtime at NC State, the Tigers made 16-of-17 from the line to defeat #12 Miami, 73-62, Saturday afternoon. Head Coach Brad Brownell said after the game he drew up the first play for Gabe DeVoe, to “get him going” following his missed free-throw at the end of the game in Raleigh. DeVoe canned a three-pointer on the play, one of the 12 Clemson made from beyond the arc.
The South Carolina Gamecocks have awarded football coach Will Muschamp a new six-year contract which will make him $4.7 million on average over the life of the deal. Muschamp will make $4.2 million during the 2018 season, with his guaranteed compensation gradually increasing to $5.2 million by the 2023 campaign. The contract includes incentives for bowl games, trips to the SEC Championship along with various coaching awards and academic progress achievements for his players.
Marcquise Reed finished with one point short of his season high with 24 points as Clemson overcame a nightmare shooting afternoon to defeat Louisville, 74-69, in overtime Saturday. The Tigers shot 37 percent from the field for the game and at one point were 1-of-14 from beyond three. Clemson finally found its stroke late in the second half and OT, converting on six of its last ten threes.
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Selecting a term
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