The Clemson Tigers had five players score in double-figures as they pulled away with a second half run to defeat Samford, 81-59 on Saturday.
Donte Grantham and Shelton Mitchell each led with 20 points, as the Tigers, who trailed in the second half as late as the 13-minute mark, outscored the Bulldogs 34-11 to close out the game.
Gabe DeVoe had 14 points while Marcquise Reed added 14, and Elijah Thomas provided a double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
This game concludes an interesting stretch for Clemson, who will not play until next Saturday in a neutral site contest against Florida before hosting South Carolina.
One positive for the Tigers also will come with the return of David Skara, who will play his first game of the year next week after serving a nine-game NCAA-mandated suspension.
Clemson (8-1) travels to play the Gators at BB&T Center in Sunrise in the Orange Bowl Classic as part of a doubleheader with Florida State and Oklahoma State.