Brownell, Tigers are glad to be home

Brownell, Tigers are glad to be home


Brownell, Tigers are glad to be home

The Clemson’s men’s basketball team arrived home from Barcelona, Spain on Friday, a day after it witnessed the horrific terrorist attacks in Barcelona on Thursday.

Clemson head coach Brad Brownell met with the media just minutes after the Tigers’ buses rolled up beside the Jervey Athletic Center in Clemson. The attack occurred right across the street from the team hotel.

The Tigers were 15 minutes from loading the buses to play their final game in Spain when the attacks began. Clemson had been touring in Spain the last 10 days, while playing three exhibition games.

Watch Brownell talk to the media about the Barcelona attacks and how it affected his team. 



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