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Clemson's offensive and defensive factors have for the most part held steady since the first meeting. One exception is their defensive rebounding, which has been a big liability in conference play. That's something we could maybe think about attempting to exploit. If we feel like it.

In the previous matchup, we shot poorly, only got to the free throw line six times, and turned the ball over on 36.6% of our possessions. All told, our second-worst offensive performance in conference play this season.

Pomeroy's predictor likes the Tigers by eight, but I'm hoping we can summon some '83 mojo (or, at the least, a few disapproving stares) from the guests of honor that'll give us a chance.