For the first time since his inaugural season at Clemson, Brad Brownell is set up to return the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament. After going 22-12 in his first year in Death Valley in 2010-11, Brownell had only surpassed 20 victories one other time – in 2013-14 – before this season. But this year’s Tigers opened with a 21-7 record, and have a chance to tack on multiple more wins prior to Selection Sunday. ESPN’s Bracketology currently projects Clemson as the No. 5 seed in the East Region.
Clemson had a six-year streak without an NCAA Tournament appearance under Brownell heading into the 2017-18 season. But athletics director Dan Radakovich…
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