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Clemson coach Brad Brownell unhappy with lack of free throws in close loss to Duke


Clemson came up just short of pulling off an upset at Duke. The Tigers fell 71-69, losing a back-and-forth game. A big difference in the game was the free throw disparity as Duke attempted 13 free throws, compared to one by Clemson. Clemson coach Brad Brownell was asked after the game if he was surprised by Clemson’s lack of free throw attempts. (On3.com)

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Clemson coach Brad Brownell unhappy with lack of free throws in close loss to Duke


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