ACC Tournament 2012, Virginia Tech Vs. Clemson Halftime Score: Tigers Have Narrow 35-30 Lead

The Clemson Tigers are shooting the ball extremely well, and they're picking their spots better than the Virginia Tech Hokies. Tech had a small lead for much of the half, but Clemson was fantastic in the final two minutes of the half and they take a 35-30 lead into the break.

There have been three ties and six lead changes, but a 14-3 run by Clemson at the end of the half has them on top. Neither team had got to the free throw line with any regularity, and fouls have been noticeably absent from this game. The two teams have five combined and Tech hasn't been to the foul line once. Clemson is 2-2 from the charity stripe.

Clemson's Andre Young is the game's leading scorer with 11 points. Nine of those have come on three-point shots, and he's 3-3 from behind the arc. Dorenzo Hudson leads the Hokies with 10 points. Erick Green is doing well and he has nine points on 4-7 shooting, but he still doesn't look his best. Going into halftime, coach Seth Greenberg admitted that Green is very fatigued.

For more on the two teams, head over to Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country and Clemson blog Shakin' The Southland. For coverage throughout the tournament, keep it on our ACC Tournament StoryStream.

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