CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) -- Terrence Oglesby's shooting touch remained
hot, and he led No. 24 Clemson to a 70-54 victory over struggling
North Carolina State.
Oglesby hit three 3-pointers in double overtime to save the
Tigers last Saturday night in a 97-85 victory over Florida State.
Against the Wolfpack, he had four more 3-point baskets to begin a
run of six consecutive first-half 3s for Clemson that broke things
Oglesby, Cliff Hammonds and K.C. Rivers each had two baskets in
the surge, which turned a three-point game into a 32-21 lead the
Tigers would not give up.
Hammonds led Clemson with 14 points.
North Carolina State's troubles continued after their rout at
North Carolina last weekend. The Wolfpack had a season-high 23
turnovers and freshman J.J. Hickson, the Wolfpack's top scorer at
better than 16 points a game, was held to four points.
Courtney Fells had four 3-pointers and led the Wolfpack with 19
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