Clemson coach Brad Brownell, Andre Young and Tanner Smith look ahead to Saturday's game at Georgia…
Furious rally falls short
The Cavaliers (12-10, 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference) won for the second time in seven games despite being outscored 19-4 over an 11-minute stretch into the game's final minute.
Clemson (15-7, 4-4) missed a chance to pull even for a second time in the final minute when Demontez Stitt missed the first of a one-and-one with 26.7 seconds left.
Farrakhan hit two free throws with 23.9 seconds to go, and two more with 11.4 seconds to play.
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