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Wake defense sends Clemson to first defeat

CLEMSON â€" It's easy to say the No. 10 Clemson Tigers on Saturday were colder than the wintry wall of icicles on nearby Issaqueena Falls. But No. 2 Wake Forest caused this frozen frustration, not bad luck or weather. The Deacons won the Atlantic Coast Conference battle of unbeaten teams, 78-68, by holding Clemson to 33.8 percent shooting before a Littlejohn Coliseum sellout crowd of 10,000. And that was with the Tigers making strides after missing 30 of their first 39 shots.

Cougars escape Upstate with another close victory

GREENVILLE â€" The College of Charleston isn't playing particularly well right now, just well enough to win, and it's hard to argue with that. Two days after surviving 65-63 at Wofford, the Cougars sweated out a 78-71 victory at Furman on Saturday night at Timmons Arena "We were very fortunate at Wofford, and we come in here tonight and

Poof! Second-half magic disappears for Bulldogs

SPARTANBURG â€" Citadel basketball coach Ed Conroy said he couldn't have drawn it up any better. With his team down by two points at Wofford and the final seconds running out, Conroy chose not to call a timeout, and let his Bulldogs play. Cameron Wells drove the lane and whipped a pass to freshman lefty Cosmo Morabbi, wide open in the right corner.

Gamecocks rally versus Vols, but deficit too big to erase

KNOXVILLE, TENN. â€" South Carolina got precisely the sort of effort and intensity it needed Saturday to beat the preseason conference favorite on the road. One problem: It didn't come until midway through the second half. The Gamecocks turned a 19-point first-half deficit into a one-possession game in the final seconds, but Tennessee wiggled away with an 82-79 victory in front of 20,203 fans inside Thompson-Boling Arena.

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