TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – In an ACC battle defined by 3-pointers, the Clemson University men’s basketball team lost to the No. 17/19 Florida State Seminoles on Sunday. The Tigers connected on nine treys at the Donald L. Tucker Center, but the Seminoles sank 15 3-balls of their own en route to winning 72-53.
Clemson (5-4, 0-2) went 9-for-27 from deep, and Florida State (8-2, 1-1) went 15-for-32 on shots from beyond the arc. Turnovers were integral in the contest, too, with the Seminoles and the Tigers suffering 13 and 18 turnovers, respectively. The Tigers scored 12 points off turnovers and recorded an overall shooting percentage of 35.