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The strangest basketball games in Citadel history:

One occurred on February 12, 1955, against Furman. Furman won the game 26-24. At one point 14 minutes went by without either team scoring a single point. What makes it even more surprising was that up that time, Furman was the leading offensive team in the nation.

The other one occurred against Clemson in 1922. Clemson won 29-8. All points were made by free throws. This may be the only basketball in history in which neither team made a field goal (a shot used to score points).

(Source: Citadel Basketball: The Second 100 Years)

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