Arizona's Brandon Ashley tries to score from under the basket against Clemson's Devin Booker, left, and Landry Nnoko.
CLEMSON, S.C. - One of the reasons Arizona beat Clemson on Saturday was the 20 offensive rebounds the Wildcats grabbed.
Go ahead, tell Mark Lyons he's struggling. That he isn't a point guard. And put him in front of 8,000 screaming, orange-clad fans and see if it adversely affects him. It does not. At least if Arizona's 66-54 win at Clemson on Saturday is any indication.
Every football Saturday, the population of Clemson, S.C., balloons more than five times its 14,000 citizens. Then, after enjoying what a magazine recently called "The South's Best Tailgate," everybody crams into the stadium informally known as "Death Valley."