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Alabama is on the road but looking no worse for wear. After one quarter, neither squad has the contest in the bag, but Alabama leads 35-32 over Clemson.

Alabama entered the match having won three straight and they’re just one half away from another. Will they make it four, or will Clemson step up and spoil it? We’ll know soon.

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Clemson Tigers @ Alabama Crimson Tide

Current Records: Clemson 24-11, Alabama 24-11

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A Elite Eight matchup is on tap on Saturday as the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers will duke it out at 8:49 p.m. ET at Arena. We saw both of these teams recently pull out wins they weren’t expected to get, so we’ll see who gives it right back.

Alabama entered their tilt with N. Carolina with two consecutive wins but they’ll enter their next game with three. They came out on top in a nail-biter against the Tar Heels on Thursday and snuck past 89-87. The oddsmakers set the bar high with a 174.5-point over/under, but they still managed to beat it.

Grant Nelson was the offensive standout of the match as he dropped a double-double on 24 points and 12 rebounds. He had some trouble finding his footing against Grand Canyon on Sunday, so this was a step in the right direction. The team also got some help courtesy of Aaron Estrada, who scored 19 points.

Meanwhile, Clemson waltzed into their contest on Thursday with two straight wins… but they left with three. They came out on top against the Wildcats by a score of 77-72.

Clemson’s success was the result of a balanced attack that saw several players step up, but Chase Hunter led the charge by scoring 18 points along with seven rebounds and five assists. Ian Schieffelin was another key contributor, scoring 14 points along with seven rebounds and two steals.

Alabama has been performing well recently as they’ve won four of their last five matchups, which provided a nice bump to their 24-11 record this season. As for Clemson, their win bumped their record up to an identical 24-11.

Some high-performance offense is likely on the agenda as both teams are some of the highest scoring teams in the league. Alabama hasn’t had any problem running up the score this season, having averaged 90.8 points per game. However, it’s not like Clemson struggles in that department as they’ve been averaging 78.1. With both teams so easily able to put up points, the only…

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