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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Damarcus Harrison
Clemson coach Brad Brownell thought last summer K.J. McDaniels could become one of the Atlantic Coast Conference's breakout stars and head off early to the NBA.
Still smarting from letting a game slip away in overtime, Clemson refused to let it happen again.
Travis McKie's first season at Wake Forest ended with a long losing streak.
Clemson players K.J. McDaniels and DaMarcus Harrison said that the Tigers made a slight change in the second half Saturday at Georgia Tech, yet the result was huge as they turned a nine-point deficit into a 63-55 win.
It was the kind of Clemson victory K.J. McDaniels had envisioned all season - one where he's not doing all the work.
"I know it sounds crazy, but I went there as a real young kid. But since I've grown up I haven't been there," he said.
Clemson junior guard Damarcus Harrison said he and some of his teammates went to Brooklyn on Sunday to see the Nets play the Minnesota Timberwolves at Barclays Center.