Latest NCAA projection for Clemson


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Latest NCAA projection for Clemson

ESPN.com released their latest NCAA projections on Thursday afternoon and the Tigers are one of their last four with a bye in the tournament alongside Oklahoma State, Michigan, and TCU.

#10 Clemson would face #7 SMU in the West Region in Salt Lake City, UT according to the early projections. The last four schools in were Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Wichita State, and Miami.

The first four out in the projections were Wake Forest, Tennessee, Seton Hall, and California while the next four out were Rhode Island, Texas Tech, Georgia, and Utah.

The Tigers could get a huge road win to bolster their NCAA tournament resume as they travel to Florida State on Sunday, February 5 at 12:30 pm on ESPNU.

A total of 10 ACC schools were included in the bracketology which was the most of any conference.

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