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Tigers hammer Yellow Jackets
Clemson Georgia Tech  Heal
Clemson forward K.J. McDaniels (32) scores in the second half of a college basketball game against Georgia Tech on Tuesday night in Atlanta. Clemson won, 56-37. - photo by Associated Press

    ATLANTA — Milton Jennings scored 15 points and K.J. McDaniels added 10 to help Clemson take an easy 56-37 victory over Georgia Tech on Tuesday night.
    The Tigers (14-13, 6-7 Atlantic Coast Conference) have won three of four overall.
    Kammeon Holsey finished with 12 points and Brandon Reed had 11 for Georgia Tech (9-18, 2-11 ACC).
    The Yellow Jackets, who became the first ACC team with 11 league defeats, have lost 10 of 11 and 14 of 16. Not since losing, 40-37, at Boston College on Jan. 19, 1980, had Georgia Tech scored so few points.
    Georgia Tech's offensive output was its lowest in the series since Jan. 25, 1936.
    Glen Rice Jr., Georgia Tech's leading scorer and rebounder, missed his second straight game and did not accompany the team to Philips Arena. Coach Brian Gregory suspended the junior guard last week for the second time this season.