Duke has 5 national championships, and finally is featured in its own Lego Mural
"College Gameday" is a building block for college basketball fans—both literally and figuratively.
ESPN has made a mural entirely out of Lego blocks—207,360 of them in fact—of commentators Rece Davis, Seth Greenberg and former Blue Devils Jay Bilas and Jay Williams on the show at Cameron Indoor Stadium. It took 240 hours to complete, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Duke has hosted the show a record seven times at Cameron and has played in a game that the show has featured 14 times, the second-most all-time.
An actual LEGO mural at ESPN, with 207,360 Lego blocks that took 240 hours to build (need one from NFL Draft). pic.twitter.com/nmWGYQULOC— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 6, 2017
The Blue Devils now have a consolation for the fact that they were bounced in the NCAA tournament's Round of 32 and saw their arch rival North Carolina win the national championship—Duke is the only program to have a Lego mural of two of its alumni at ESPN's studios.