Clemson basketball coach Brad Brownell to return for 11th season

Brad Brownell will be back for an 11th season as Clemson’s men’s basketball coach, making him the longest-tenured coach in program history. Brownell is 185-142 in 10 seasons at Clemson and passed Cliff Ellis to become the winningest coach in program history when the Tigers defeated No. 3 Duke on Jan. 14. Clemson will return four starters next season. (Anderson Independent Mail)


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