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Dec 8, 2012 Chapel Hill, NC, USA. North Carolina Tarheel guard Reggie Bullock (33) shoots over East Tennesse State Buccaneers forward Kinard Gadsden-Gilliard (35) during the first half at the Dean E. Smith Center. Mandatory Credit: Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

Four Corners: A Closer Look at Reggie Bullock Three Point Percentage

1.  The Clemson Tigers scored 92 Tuesday versus the Citadal and no it was not their football team.  We only mention Clemson scoring over ninety points is because you wont see that again this year.  You may rarely see seventy as the Tigers have been scoring just over 64 points per contest.  Clemson’s offense can be so bad at times it sets basketball back decades.  Proof of their offensive woes can be pointed right at the game with Coastal Carolina where they scored 46.Folks that would be similar to UNC losing to High Point University.

2. Miami is a different team when Reggie Johnson is unable to go however the Hurricanes to move into that second tier of the ACC need to find a way to live without Johnson’s presence on the inside.  Losing to Indiana State was inexcusable regardless of who played.

3. Reggie Bullock is shooting 47% behind the three point line, but in losses Bullock is shooting 23%.  As UNC moves into ACC play the Tar Heels need Reggie to be the shooter we saw versus McNeese State and not the one we saw in Indiana.

4. We cannot leave without mention the team ranked pre season number one in football USC lost to Georgia Tech 21-7 and Clemson in dramatic fashion beat LSU in the Chik Fil A bowl on a last second field goal.  We felt like mentioning them here because it is doubtful they receive many mentions this year in ACC Basketball.

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