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Seminoles Fall to ACC Rival Clemson

February 14, 1999

Box Score


CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) – Terrell McIntyre tied a career high with 29 points to
lead Clemson to a 78-45 victory over Florida State in an Atlantic Coast
Conference game Sunday afternoon.

In two games against FSU this season, McIntyre scored a total of 56 points.
He set his career high of 29 against FSU on Feb. 17, 1996.

Clemson (14-11, 3-9) limited FSU to 30 percent shooting (17-56) from the
field.

McIntyre scored seven 3-point goals in the game to raise his season total
against the Seminoles (12-12, 5-7) to 15, the most by a Clemson player against
an ACC team in a single season.

McIntyre also had four assists and three steals for the Tigers. Harold
Jamison added 16 points and 11 rebounds for Clemson – 12 in the second half –
and Tom Wideman added 12 points and 12 rebounds. It was the first time in their
119-game careers that Jamison and Wideman managed to record double-doubles in
the same game.

The 33-point margin of victory was the second highest in Clemson history in
an ACC game. The record is 34 points against Duke (100-66) in 1975.

Florida State was led by Damous Anderson with 13 points.

The game was basically over at halftime with Clemson leading 39-17. The
Seminoles did manage to get within 18 midway through the second half, but then
Clemson went on a 24-9 run to close out the game.

FSU scored on just eight of 41 possessions in the first half and scored just
six field goals. During one 12-minute stretch in the first half, the Seminoles
scored just one field goal – a 3-pointer by Ron Hale.

The Seminoles shot just 21 percent from the field in the first half and got
out rebounded 28-17 by the Tigers.

McIntyre outscored the Seminoles by himself in the first half. He was
4-for-8 from 3-point range on his way to 18 points in the first 20 minutes.

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