Tigers Look for Statement Win

Tigers Look for Statement Win


Tigers Look for Statement Win


By Staff Report.

Clemson battles No. 22 Florida State Saturday afternoon in Littlejohn as the Tigers look for a statement win and their fourth ACC victory.


Site:    Littlejohn Coliseum  (10,000)
Date:    Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011
City:    Clemson, SC
Time:    12:00 PM
TV:    Raycom  (Tim Brando, Mike Gminski)
Radio:    Clemson Tiger Sports Properties
        (Pete Yanity, Tim Bourret)


Overall:       Florida State leads 30-26
at Clemson:   Clemson leads 16-8

at Littlejohn:    Clemson Leads 14-7
at Tallahassee:    Florida State Leads 17-6

at Neutral:    Florida State Leads 5-4

Last  Meeting:    Florida State won 75-69 on Dec. 12
Streak:    Teams have split the last ten games

• Clemson overcame a 19 point deficit Tuesday night against NC State.  That is the greatest comeback by the Tigers in an ACC game in Littlejohn.
• Stitt led the Tigers in scoring Tuesday night with 17 points.  Seven of those came in the final five minutes.  Against Maryland he had nine inside the final five minutes.
• Stitt or Grant have led or been tied for the lead in scoring in the last nine games.
• Stitt has a 28/6 turnover to assist ration in ACC games.  That is the best in the ACC.
• Stitt and Young are a combined 25/4 assist/turnovers in the last two games.
• Narcisse has made 14 of his last 21 field goals over the past four games.  He had 9 points and 5 rebounds against NC State.
• FSU comes into Littlejohn ranked No. 22 in the nation.  It will be Clemson’s first game against a top 25 team this year.
• Saturday’s game is a sellout.  Three of the last five games are already a sellout.



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