The bubble looks different in 2021, with sub-.500 teams eligible for at-large berths and most mid-majors lacking opportunities to build their résumés.
- 11/25W 83-43
- 11/27W 92-47
- 11/30W 80-73
- 12/2W 67-54
- 12/6W 87-65
- 12/10W 71-55
- 12/13L 80-71
- 12/17W 72-69
- 12/20W 78-55
- 1/3L 80-71
- 1/7L 67-55
- 1/102L 70-45
- 1/21L 95-88
- 1/2423W 86-77
- 1/26L 79-69
- 1/31W 69-66
- 2/4L 71-69
- 2/114L 86-65
- 2/14L 72-65
- 2/18L 77-64
- 2/25L 70-64
- 2/28L 68-62
- 3/4W 68-63
- 3/5L 60-57
- 3/19W 65-60
- 3/20L 87-74
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Championship Week could be used for makeup games to help offset disparate résumés and to better balance the NCAA tournament selection process.
- No. 2 Louisville-UNC set for Tuesday postponed
- Clemson voluntary workouts can begin June 8
- Former Clemson great Kennedy-Dixon dies at 58
- Ex-Tigers coach Smith hired as Robertson's heir
Yesterday on a zoom call a pair of coaches spoke on the possibility of teams opting out of conference tournaments. The guys debate the possible fallout of teams choosing to skip the ACC tournament. We also visit with Clemson women's basketball head coach Amanda Butler who finally got a win over Syracuse. Plus the Lumberjacks give us a little ACC True or False.
The ACC, which has had a revolving door on the bubble, might end up with as few as five teams in the NCAA tournament -- or as many as nine.
Louisville's home women's basketball game against North Carolina set for Tuesday night has been postponed.
Clemson football and basketball players must undergo a physical, including both COVID-19 and antibody tests, before being cleared to begin voluntary workouts on June 8.
Marnelle Garraud scored 21 points and sixth-seeded Boston College pulled away late in the third quarter to beat No. 14 seed Clemson 85-73 on Thursday night in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Kobi Thornton scored a career-high 27points on 12-of-16 shooting and Clemson used a 16-4 run to pull away for good and beat Miami 71-56 on Wednesday at the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Kiah Gillespie scored 10 of her 16 points in the first half and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead No. 19 Florida State to an 81-54 victory over Clemson on Thursday night.
Aislinn Konig had 23 points off a career-best seven 3-pointers to lead No. 7 North Carolina State to its sixth straight win with a 79-60 victory over Clemson on Thursday night.
Dana Evans had 27 points with a career-high seven 3-pointers and No. 7 Louisville blew past Clemson 75-50 on Thursday night.
Sammie Puisis had career highs with 17 points and five 3-pointers as No. 8 Florida State took control right before halftime on the way to an 81-64 victory at Clemson on Sunday.
Blair Watson scored 19 points and Shakira Austin scored 17 points as ninth-ranked Maryland won its fifth straight, cruising to a 63-44 victory over Clemson on Friday at the Daytona Invitational.
Freshman Aliyah Boston had 13 points and No. 5 South Carolina started the second half on a 19-4 run to rout state rival Clemson 84-48 Sunday.
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Teaira McCowan had 30 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks to help No. 1 seed Mississippi State roll to an 85-61 win over ninth-seeded Clemson on Sunday night in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Oregon benefited from the 18th triple-double of Sabrina Ionescu's career -- and her second in an NCAA tournament -- in its win against Indiana.
Simone Westbrook scored 27 points, Danielle Edwards added 25 and ninth-seeded Clemson pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat No. 8 seed South Dakota 79-66 on Friday in the first round of the women's NCAA Tournament.
Asia Durr scored 24 points, and No. 2 Louisville pulled away to beat Clemson 75-67 on Friday night in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.
Aliya Collier came off the bench to score 28 points, including all nine of Clemson's in overtime, and the seventh-seeded Tigers held on to beat No. 10 seed Virginia Tech 80-79 in the second-round matchup of the ACC tournament on Thursday.
Kobi Thornton made 8 of 11 from the field and finished with 19 points to lead four Clemson players in double figures as the Tigers beat No. 21 Florida State 73-68 Thursday night.
Jazmine Jones tied her career high with 17 points and No. 3 Louisville followed up its win over No. 2 UConn with a 76-44 victory at Clemson on Saturday.
Arike Ogunbowale had 23 points, and No. 5 Notre Dame bounced back from its second loss of the season with a 101-63 blowout of Clemson on Thursday night.