Clemson Tigers Men's Basketball

Clemson Tigers Men's Basketball

Clemson Tigers Men's Basketball

The Clemson Tigers are a top-ranked team in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the program has won 75% of its games at Littlejohn Arena. Since 1968, the program has defeated 55 ranked opponents, including #1 Duke in 1980, #3 North Carolina in 2001, and #2 Virginia in 2009. Brad Brownell has been the head coach since 1999, and the Tigers are a perennial contender for the ACC tournament.

The Clemson Tigers men's team began their history with an unusual start. In 1912, the team finished third in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and runner-up to the Butler Guards. In the second game, brothers John and Frank Erwin combined to score 74 points. The record is still unbroken, and the Erwins' 58 points in the first game are the most impressive in school history.

The team has won 17 ACC games and has been to the National Invitation Tournament 17 times. Currently, the Tigers are 19-17 and are in the ACC Tournament. Fans can buy season tickets now for every ACC game. During non-conference play, the Tigers will play five teams that have played in the NCAA Tournament. The team will appear on the ESPN family of networks 12 times and air all 20 games on the ACC Network.

The Clemson Tigers men's team has been in the NCAA Tournament since 1893. The current head coach is Brad Brownell. The Clemson Tigers are known for their storied program. The ACC is the most competitive conference in the nation, and the Tigers have won seven of them. They've been to the NCAA Tournament 17 times and reached the Final Four each time.

The Clemson Tigers men's athletics program has been around for more than a century. The school has won the ACC Tournament nine times and has played in the National Invitation Tournament seventeen times. The school is also a member of the ACC. In 2013, the team was seeded sixth in the ACC tournament. The Clemson Tigers are currently ranked ninth in the ACC.

The Tigers' men's basketball team is a part of the university's athletics department. The team has competed in the ACC since 1953, and its coach is Brad Brownell. He replaces Oliver Purnell, who stepped down after the 2013 season. They are ranked ninth in the ACC this year. There are 17-ranked teams in the ACC, and three teams in the Atlantic.

After a slow start, Clemson is on the verge of making the NCAA Tournament. The team's schedule has a strong ACC schedule. The Tigers have eight home games and three away games. The ACC has a ten-game conference schedule. For the upcoming season, the team will host the ACC tournament's two top teams. The home slate is loaded with prestigious opponents.

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