Scores

Final

Clemson 53

(10-17, 3-13 ACC)

(14) North Carolina 69

(18-8, 8-7 ACC)

    9:00 PM ET, March 2, 2004

    Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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    CLEM 18 3553
    #14UNC 26 4369

    Clemson (10-16) at No. 16 North Carolina (17-8) 9:00 pm EST

    CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina (Ticker) -- No. 16 North Carolina could be without Raymond Felton and Jackie Manuel Tuesday night as it hosts Clemson in an Atlantic Coast Conference contest

    Felton has an injured right big toe and Manuel has a right ankle injury. Felton was injured after falling to the floor in the final minutes of Sunday's 71-64 win at North Carolina State, while Manuel sat out. Both are listed as questionable for Tuesday.

    Felton is averaging 11.7 points per game and Manuel is the team's top reserve with a 6.9 scoring average.

    North Carolina (17-8, 7-7 ACC) must win its next two games to finish with a winning record in league play. It ends the regular season Saturday at Duke.

    In Sunday's win, Rashad McCants scored 13 of his 22 points in the first half. He bounced back from a sub-par showing in last Tuesday's road loss at Virginia, where he scored eight points.

    Clemson (10-16, 3-12) sits in last place in the ACC. The Tigers have lost three in a row 10 of their last 12 games.

    Sharrod Ford had 20 points and 16 in Clemson's 79-60 home loss to Georgia Tech on Saturday.

    The Tigers have won two in a row over North Carolina, including an 81-74 home win on January 31, when Shawan Robinson scored 24 points.

    North Carolina, however, is 49-0 at home vs. Clemson.

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    CLEM
    UNC
    Conference ACC ACC
    Nickname Tigers Tar Heels
    Type Public Public

    2003-04 Season

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