Update on the latest in sports:


Clemson stuns Duke

UNDATED (AP) — It’s been almost 19 years since Clemson was able to celebrate a win as great as this one.

Aamir Simms poured in a career-high 25 points in the Tigers’ 79-72 upset of No. 3 Duke. It was the highest-profile upset for the Tigers since beating No. 1 North Carolina on their home court in February 2001.

The Blue Devils led 62-59 with 6:40 remaining before Clemson took control with a 14-3 run, including eight points from Simms.

Tevin Mack scored 22 points on 10-of-14 shooting for the Tigers, who were coming off a win at North Carolina.

Vernon Carey Jr. scored 20 points as the Blue Devils dropped to 15-2 with their first loss since a stunning home defeat to Stephen F. Austin in November.

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