Duke basketball commit Grayson Allen's competitive drive
Grayson Allen, Duke's first Class of 2014 commit, said it was his competitive drive that made the Blue Devils his first choice all along.
Coach K reflects on Duke basketball's season, 'a team worthy of winning the whole thing.'
The Chronicle's Andrew Beaton went one-on-one with Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski to discuss this team's 2012-13 season and what lies on the horizon for the Blue Devils.
NCAA finds no violations in Lance Thomas jewelry investigation
Duke basketball can go into the 2013-2014 season without the Lance Thomas jewelry scandal hanging over its head.
Asking and ambling
Junior Andrew Beaton reflects on his time as Sports Editor of Chronicle Volume 108.
ACC solidifies future with media grant of rights agreement
The ACC's 15 schools took a major step toward stability by agreeing to a media grant of rights agreement through the 2026-27 season.
Joanne P. McCallie signs contract extension with Duke women's basketball
A national championship banner, has eluded McCallie during her six seasons at Duke
Eli and Peyton Manning find second home with Duke football and David Cutcliffe
Eli and Peyton Manning's trip to Durham for a three-day mini-camp meant a stay at the house of their longtime coach and mentor, David Cutcliffe.
Peyton and Eli Manning, other NFL players work out at Duke with David Cutcliffe
Before head coach David Cutcliffe came to Duke, he produced two of the NFL’s best quarterbacks: Peyton and Eli Manning.
A fiery Cunha leads Duke men's tennis past Florida State 6-1
Henrique Cunha, Duke’s usually stoic No. 1 singles player, did something out of the ordinary Saturday: he yelled.
Mike Krzyzewski and Tom Izzo: Rivals but friends
Duke's Mike Krzyzewski and Michigan State's Tom Izzo are two of college basketball's best coaches, and square off Friday night in the Sweet 16.
Chris Collins leaves Duke basketball for Northwestern head coaching job
Duke associate head coach Chris Collins told Jon Scheyer ‘let’s do this’ on two occasions. Both times, Scheyer did it.
Duke football's Williams and Varner get a second chance at professional dreams
A year after the end of their Duke football careers and graduation, Johnny Williams and Donovan Varner decided to give football another chance.
Quinn Cook's ups and downs for Duke basketball
But since Battle 4 Atlantis, the Quinn-sanity has died down.
Is the Midwest the best?
The rapid reaction following Sunday’s bracket reveal: the Midwest region is the toughest.
Duke basketball receives a No. 2 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament
After going one and done in the ACC Tournament, Duke received a No. 2 seed in this year's NCAA Tournament.
Maryland knocks Duke basketball out of ACC tournament 83-74
The second-seeded Blue Devils could not overcome one of their worst 3-point shooting performances of the year.
Duke basketball's schedule prepares it for the ACC Tournament grind
In February, the Blue Devils played eight games and never had more rest than their opponents. In four of those games, the other team had enjoyed at least one more day of rest than Duke.
Scalping into Duke-North Carolina basketball? It's (relatively) cheap this year
The average secondary-market ticket for tonight’s 9 p.m. contest at the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill is $412.
Duke basketball's 'Club Cameron' comes alive in Ryan Kelly's return
Ryan Kelly was the headline act in Duke's 79-76 win against Miami at 'Club Cameron.'
Chris Spatola's journey from Duke basketball operations to administration, broadcasting
Chris Spatola, Coach K's son-in-law, spent 5 years as director of basketball operations and now works as a special assistant to AD Kevin White and is also broadcasting college basketball games.
Brian Zoubek closes cream puff shop Dream Puffz
Brian Zoubek isn’t going to stop making cream puffs. He just no longer will do so professionally, after closing his shop Dream Puffz in Haddonfield, N.J. Saturday.
"Coach Phil" Henderson remembered for his work in the Philippines as a teacher
Former Duke basketball great Phil Henderson died Sunday after spending the last year of his life teaching the game in the Philippines.
Tyler Thornton leads Duke basketball comeback to defeat UNC 73-68
Thornton is often the forgotten man in Duke’s backcourt. But his energy and timely shots led the Blue Devils to a victory against North Carolina.
Duke basketball hosts a hungry and talented North Carolina
North Carolina enters tonight’s 9 p.m. game at Cameron Indoor Stadium in search of a season-altering win.