Krzyzewski, Blue Devils set to face St. John's in Madison Square Garden for 1,000th win
Krzyzewski will return to the site of his last major milestone in hopes of achieving perhaps the greatest feat of his coaching career Sunday.
Is that your final answer?
When players decide that they are too important to answer a few minutes of questions, they give athletes a bad name.
STORM BREWING: Hurricanes deal Duke basketball second straight loss, 90-74
The Blue Devils saw their 41-game home winning streak snapped Tuesday night as Miami used a 56-point second half to sprint past Duke.
Jeremy Cash passes on NFL, will return for senior season with Duke football
Redshirt junior safety Jeremy Cash has elected to play out his final season of eligibility at Duke, he announced Thursday.
Duke basketball escapes Wake Forest with 73-65 victory
Duke's first conference road game also marked another first—the first time an opponent has legitimately challenged the Blue Devils this season.
Thanksgiving break is wholly predictable, and that’s why we love it.
Captain Cook leads Duke basketball past Stanford for CVC title
Stanford threw the kitchen sink at Jahlil Okafor and although the Cardinal succeeded, it was the Duke supporting cast that had the last laugh.
Duke basketball to face legend Dawkins, Stanford seeking first title of 2014-15 season
For Duke to take the title at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, it will have to go through a man who knows a thing or two about winning big games for the Blue Devils.
Stingy defense shows Duke can win ugly
A year ago, Duke could not have trusted its defense to win games. Now, a more two-dimensional squad can win comfortably on nights when its shots aren't necessarily falling.
Blue Devil Buzz, Week 2
The Blue Devils have been firing on all cylinders this season and with a Champions Classic clash against No. 18 Michigan State looming, The Chronicle makes sure to get you prepared for the first...
Sixth time's the charm
Here's to hoping Duke's two newest Van Wilders make the most of that opportunity.
Blue Devil Buzz, Week 1
With the season-opener just five days away, The Chronicle brings you the first weekly edition of Blue Devil Buzz.
A class of their own
Duke's top-ranked recruiting class is shaping up to be one of the best in Blue Devil history—now all they have to do is live up to the billing.
Need for ‘Sheed
Will the real Rasheed Sulaimon please stand up?
Duke field hockey finds defensive rhythm, shuts out Richmond 2-0 in season finale
With postseason play looming, Duke found the defensive effort it had been searching for for more than a month.
Sports and State
Big money has made college sports so complicated that Congress wants to get involved.
This time last year, all of our friends were drunk at Oktoberfest.
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.
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.
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.
Duke WR Blakeney damages ligament in thumb, looks to hold off surgery
Wide receiver Issac Blakeney suffered ligament damage to his right thumb in Duke's loss to Miami. The redshirt senior will attempt to play through the injury.
Blue Devils find silver lining in sloppy loss to the Hurricanes
Despite a poor offensive showing, the Duke defense showed it can hang with the best, as it held Miami to 22 points and provided the Blue Devils with a bright spot on an otherwise stormy night.
Duke football heads to Miami for ACC opener
Steamrolling its way to four nonconference wins, Duke has looked every bit as dominant as it has untested.
Some parts of becoming a senior are like becoming a freshman all over again.
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.