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Maybe this is what Clemson’s high-flying offense needs to get clicking again: a matchup with the Atlantic Coast Conference team it beats most often. The 14th-ranked Tigers – who had season lows in every meaningful offensive stat last week except the score – visit Winston-Salem, N.C., today ( 4:30 p.m. on ESPN) looking to get back to their norms of big yards and big points. Clemson (6-1, 3-1) was held to 135 yards rushing, 160 yards through the air and 295 total yards in its 38-17 win over Virginia Tech. Wake Forest (4-3, 2-3) has lost to Clemson 59 times – second only to South Carolina (65). – Associated Press

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Former Gonzaga forward Zach Collins makes impact as Trail Blazers rookie

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Zach Collins’ rookie year with the Portland Trail Blazers was more like two seasons in one. The former Gonzaga Bulldog barely saw the floor in the first two months of the season. He averaged 3.8 minutes per November game. Collins carved out a spot in the rotation in December and his playing time soared into the 14-18 minute range.