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CHESTERHILL, Massachusetts: Claudell Harris Jr. scored twenty points, Devin McGlockton added nineteen, and Boston College overcame Louisville 89-77 on Tuesday night thanks to a second-half surge.

The Eagles (14-10, 5-8 ACC) were led in scoring by Quinten Post (17 points), Mason Madsen (11), Jaeden Zackery (10), and reserve Donald Hand Jr. (10). McGlockton shot 8 for 11, Post shot 7 for 11, and Harris finished 8 for 12. Overall, the Eagles shot 34 for 60 (56.7%), with 11 of those baskets coming from three-point range.

For Louisville (8-17, 3-11), Mike James scored 14 points, Ty-Laur Johnson scored 12, and Brandon Huntley-Hatfield and Tre White each scored 21 points.

After halftime, Louisville led 47-39. However, in the first ten minutes of the second half, Boston College came out on fire, outscoring the Cardinals 29-10.

With a little more than a minute remaining, Louisville pulled ahead 68-64 thanks to three points from Zan Payne and a three from Tre White. With a free shot at the line, Clemson sealed the deal.

Around minute 13, Clemson led 55–31 after launching a 21–9 run to start the second half. To reduce its deficit to 62-56, Louisville responded with a 25-7 run. With two minutes remaining, Hall made a string of layups to extend the Tigers’ lead to ten points.

Clemson (14-6, 4-5 ACC) finished with 13 points from Joe Girard and 16 from Chase Hunter.

Louisville (6-15, 1-9), which has dropped six of its previous seven games, was led by White, who scored 29 points on 11 of 20 shots and pulled down 14 rebounds.

With 14 rebounds and 29 points on 11 of 20 shooting, White led Louisville (6-15, 1-9)—a team that has dropped nine of its previous ten games and has lost six straight.

With 11 points and no field goals missed, Hunter helped Clemson take a 34–22 lead at the half. Hall scored 10 more points in the first half as the Tigers made 10 of 11 free throws and shot 50% from the field. Louisville shot 8 of 33 (24%) from three point range in the first half and missed all 11 of its attempts.

Saturday’s home games are for every team. Clemson takes on Virginia, while Louisville plays Florida State.


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