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Tigers Today: Clemson looks to pick up key ACC win over Boston College

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Clemson looks to pick up key ACC win over Boston College

Clemson has lost two of its last three games, including a tough 72-56 loss on the road at Notre Dame earlier this week. The Tigers are 10-6 overall and sit at 2-3 in ACC play.

They can pick up another crucial conference win Saturday at Littlejohn Coliseum when they welcome Boston College. The Eagles are just 6-8 on the season. A win over them Saturday would put Clemson back in the middle of the pack in the ACC.

For anyone watching the game on TV or listening to the radio, Clemson Sports has all the viewing information that could possibly be needed to not miss a moment of Clemson’s matchup against Boston College.

Time: 6:34 p.m. ET

Date: Saturday, Jan. 15

Location: Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, South Carolina

The line: The Tigers are 10.5-point favorites, per VegasInsider.com.

Over/under: 138 points

How can I watch?

The Tigers and Wolfpack can be streamed online via https://www.espn.com/watch/ with Eric Collins and Terrence Oglesby on the call. The game will also be on RSN.

How can I listen to the game on the radio?

Tim Bourret and Jim Davis will broadcast the game on the Clemson Athletic Network. A full list of radio affiliates can be found here.

Visitor Preview: Clemson to host a trio of official visitors this weekend

This was not a jam-packed year for Clemson when it came to hosting official visitors.

In total, the program welcomed just two uncommitted players on campus for officials. Those two were Khurtiss Perry and Trevor Etienne, both of whom chose SEC schools over the Tigers.

Etienne and Perry visited Clemson the weekend prior to a monthlong dead period that began on Dec. 13. That dead period is now over, opening up a contact period that will allow prospects to once again take official and unofficial visits.

This weekend, Dabo Swinney and his staff will host a trio of uncommitted official visitors. Clemson Sports has an in-depth preview of which prospects will be on campus and what Tiger fans need to know about their recruitments.

Five questions for Clemson defense as offseason begins

Brent Venables’ last season at Clemson was a memorable one.

No, the Tigers didn’t win the national title or even win the ACC this past year, but Clemson didn’t come up short because of defense.

The Tigers finished the year ranked No. 2 nationally in scoring defense, allowing only 14.8 points per game. Clemson won its final six games of the season in 2021, and Venables and several veterans on that side of the ball were a big reason why.

With Venables, James SkalskiBaylon Spector and several other important pieces gone, can the Tigers continue to have one of the best defenses in the country in 2022? Clemson Sports broke down five questions as the Tigers enter the offseason.

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