November 26, 2015

Clemson puts Miners down the shaft with barrage of 3s (AUDIO)

Milton Jennings led the Tigers with 18 points Friday (file photo)

Clemson was dialed at Friday afternoon at the Old Spice Classic, hitting 12-15 3s for a tournament record 75 percent from behind the arch. The Tigers knocked off UTEP 69-48. The Tigers are 1-1 in the Orlando tournament and will play Marist in the 5th place game Sunday.

AUDIO: Brad Brownell postgame interview on Learfield Sports [8:18]

Milton Jennings led the Tigers with 18 points. He hit four of his five three point attempts and added seven rebounds to his stat line. K.J. McDaniels made all four of his three-point attempts to score a career high 17 points. Adonis Flier also had ten points. Devin Booker led the team on the boards with ten rebounds while chipping in six points.

Clemson opened the game on a 15-3 run and never looked back. They hit their first six three-point attempts. As hot as the Tigers were, the Miners were equally cold. They finished the game shooting just 37 percent from the floor. They were able to close within 12 at halftime, but that was as close as they would get.

With the win Clemson improves to 3-1 this season.


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