Duke freshman center Jahlil Okafor leads the Blue Devils with 17.7 points per game and will battle Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky in Wednesday’s top-5 matchup.

What we’ve all been waiting for

Wednesday's Duke-Wisconsin game is about more than a national ranking—it’s about validation.

Wallace Wade Stadium will undergo massive renovations in the coming two years to bring the stadium up-to-date.

Here's looking at you, Wallace Wade

Wallace Wade is my favorite college football stadium. There, I said it. Here’s to Wallace Wade, the old and the new.

Duke’s opponents have struggled to knock down 3-pointers against the Blue Devils (red bars)  despite posting much better clips from downtown against all other competition (green bars).

Data digging: Defending the perimeter

By jumping into passing lanes, getting up closer on the ball-handler and employing the full-court press, this year's Duke defense has made its living by not allowing opposing guards any comfort,...

Freshman point guard Tyus Jones has tallied 12 assists so far this season against just three turnovers.

Avoiding last year's fatal flaws

Tuesday is the first real test for the Blue Devils and the first step toward proving this theory. Unlike last year, early-season indicators could translate into continued success.

All-ACC tight end Braxton Deaver, along with Kelby Brown, will return from an ACL tear suffered in the preseason to play for the Blue Devils one final time in 2015.

Sixth time's the charm

Here's to hoping Duke's two newest Van Wilders make the most of that opportunity.

Widely considered one of the smartest offensive minds in college football, Duke head coach David Cutcliffe and his team have the fifth-best winning percentage in the ACC following bye weeks, dating back to 2008.

Data digging: Bye or beware

Despite recording the fourth-lowest overall winning percentage in the conference since 2008 at 45.8 percent, Duke’s performance following bye weeks is the fifth-best in the ACC.

A letter to the CFB Committee

Although I can't wait for the first-ever College Football Playoff, I couldn't help but feel uneasy as I watched the top 25 unfold.

The ACC is loaded once again

Countdown to Craziness has come and gone and now it is time to truly prepare for the season ahead of us.

Freshman Jahlil Okafor and junior Amile Jefferson are both slated to start for the Blue Devils come the regular season.

A first look at Duke's first five

You always have to take a grain of salt when it comes to a scrimmage, but it appears as if head coach Mike Krzyzewski has found a starting unit he's comfortable with.

Duke is one of numerous programs around the country that participates in an annual season kickoff pep rally and scrimmage.

Not the only madness: Comparing college basketball kickoff events

However unique the Crazies and their Countdown to Craziness event might be, the concept of a public practice isn’t.

Look How Far We've Come

Duke football is going bowling for the third consecutive season. And nobody cares.

One Homecoming is enough

In addition to their annual home game at Wallace Wade Stadium in front of throngs of alumni, the Blue Devils have seen their fair share of homecoming games on the road.

Safety Jeremy Cash has put himself in the thick of the action all season long; the redshirt junior ranks second on the team in tackles  and has also recorded a team-best five tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and an interception.

Data digging: Midterms for Duke's defense

Through the first five games of the season, this year's Blue Devils are better in nearly every statistical category than they were at the same time last season.

This year’s edition of Countdown to Craziness will feature an array of new faces, as the Blue Devils will introduce the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation of Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones, Grayson Allen and Justise Winslow.

Countdown to Countdown: T-Minus 18 Days

Columnist Ryan Neu gets you ready for the upcoming Countdown to Craziness. After all, it's never too early to talk a little basketball.

With the right stadium playlist, the student section at Wallace Wade could provide the Blue Devils with an even louder home field advantage.

Stadium Playlists 101

Sitting in the press box at Sun Life Stadium watching Duke and Miami play one of the ugliest football games I can remember, I could only think one thing—these guys are playing some great music.

Scoping out the sidelines

Everyone knows what it looks like to play on the field—that’s what the cameras are following, and it’s the whole point of the game. But what does it mean to get benched?

The Blue Devils have allowed more rushing yards in each consecutive game this season, a key stat to monitor in Saturday's showdown with Duke Johnson and Miami.

Data digging: Born to stop the Run

The Blue Devils' nonconference performance translated well to the scoreboard: 174-46. But other numbers—particularly opponents' success rushing the ball—could be a cause for concern heading into...

The Duke club men’s volleyball team had a successful campaign last season, finishing third out of 48 teams at club nationals in Reno, Nev.

Duke club sports primed for continued success in 2014-15

After a national championship in taekwondo and top-10 finishes in cycling, rowing, men's volleyball and women's lacrosse, Blue Devil clubs are reloading for the upcoming season.

Tearing down idols, starting dialogue

Stories like Ray Rice are like modern day Greek myths—using the errors of the gods to expose the faults of man.

An Ode to Wallace Wade (The Stadium that is)

The first time I ever walked through the student gate and into the concourse I was amazed by the difference between this stadium and all of the college stadiums that I had grown up seeing on...

On Ray Rice: processing the persecution

By the time you’re earning seven figures to play, the phrase “it’s just a game” no longer applies.

Data digging: Duke football on third downs

Looking at recent trends on third down, it appears as though the Blue Devils are still evolving even as they enjoy success not seen in 20 years.

Sit back and enjoy the ride

For the Blue Devils, the fact that you care about next year means they are accomplishing their ultimate goal. Now Duke has 12 Saturdays to write the rest of the story.

Leaving an Impression

First impressions are everything and the sports world is no different.

Share Your Support

Instead of spending so much time worrying about whether Duke has become a football school or remains a basketball one, follow a golf match, or cheer on the tennis team.