- Clemson won its ACC opener at Boston College on Saturday by a score of 62-60.
- It was Clemson's second win over the Eagles in Conte Forum, and first since the 2008-09 season.
- Saturday's win was Clemson's first on an ACC opponent's home court to open league play since the 2008-09 team won at Miami.
- Saturday's game was Clemson's first win by five points or less since a road win over Georgia Tech on Feb. 14, 2013.
- Clemson held its third opponent of the season to less than 20 points in the first half. BC scored 19 in Saturday's first 20 minutes. The Tigers previously held Stetson and Furman under 20 points in the first half earlier this season.
- The Tigers made 6-of-13 three-pointers, 46 percent. It was Clemson's best shooting percentage beyond the arc since making 53 percent against Davidson on Nov. 22.
- Clemson moved to 8-1 on the season when scoring more points in the paint than its opponent, and to 7-1 when committing less turnovers.
- K.J. McDaniels led all players with nine rebounds, matching his high against an ACC opponent. He grabbed nine last season at home against Wake Forest and Miami.
- Rod Hall made multiple three-pointers for the second time in three games. When he achieved the feat at Auburn on Dec. 19, it was a first in his career.
- Hall had seven assists Saturday, matching his high total against an ACC team. He had seven against Wake Forest last season.
- Landry Nnoko scored eight points, his high total versus an ACC team in 20 career games.
- Jordan Roper posted double figures for a third straight game, a career-long streak for the Tiger sophomore. He had 15 points and has averaged 15.3 over that stretch.