“This is a love story.”
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“This is a love story.”
Duke football improved to 3-1 following a scrappy win against Kansas that saw Duke run the ball into the end zone six times. With three key takeaways, stats and a look ahead, the Blue Zone breaks down everything you need to know about the Blue Devils' big victory heading into conference play.
Many first met Ken Jeong when he jumped out of the trunk of a car to the utter horror of Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis.
“You don’t know what you have until it’s gone.”
Dating back to the preseason, Duke head coach Angela Reckart said that Friday’s Battle in Beantown would be the team’s first big test of the year.
The Blue Devils were favored to beat the Jayhawks by 16 and ended up walking away with a 19-point victory. But it should not have been nearly that close.
There’s no place like home.
It’s been an up-and-down ride for the Blue Devils through the opening half of this matchup. After Duke opened up the game with a Mataeo Durant touchdown for the lead, it’s been a back-and-forth affair since with six lead changes for a score of 24-21 in favor of Kansas heading into the locker room. Here’s five of our observations from the first half:
Sour cream, the most insidious of ingredients, blanketed a mountain of Mexican-inspired madness. This customer had ordered a double-wrap, double-barbacoa burrito smothered in guac and dripping with salsas. I stared, petrified. It was my first day working at Chipotle and I couldn’t even figure out where to position my hands.
Every week the Blue Zone gives you our can't-lose prop bets for the upcoming football game:
On a crisp, clear night in Durham, Louisville arrived in a team bus parked outside Williams Field at Jack Katz stadium. And when it rolled away as the sun fell beyond the horizon, the Cardinals walked off Duke’s campus with a win.
Every football game, our beat writers Cam Polo, Jake Piazza, Max Rego, Alex Jackson, Micah Hurewitz and Jonathan Levitan will be here to give you their picks for Duke's upcoming matchup, and we'll keep track of their prediction records every week. Duke hosts Kansas Saturday at Wallace Wade Stadium for a 4 p.m. kickoff where the Blue Devils enter as 16-point favorites.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.—On Thursday night, the seventh-ranked Cavaliers cracked the recipe for taking down the second-ranked Blue Devils, as they handed them their first loss of the season.
The Blue Devils pulled off an encouraging 30-23 win against Northwestern last week, and they can maintain their perfect home record by keeping up that momentum against Kansas at Wallace Wade Stadium this Saturday afternoon. In preparation, the Blue Zone brings three keys to game for Duke to do just that:
Last week, the 2022 edition of U.S. News’ Best National Universities came out. Thankfully, Duke has emerged from the abyss of the double digits to return to a comfortable #9. Our fragile egos rest easy.
This Saturday marks the last game before ACC play starts for Duke.
The numbers are looking good in Duke’s fight against COVID-19, according to an update from the University’s coronavirus modeling team during a Thursday Academic Council meeting.
Associate Professor of Sociology Tyson Brown has been named the inaugural Presidential Fellow.
When Sally McIntosh Ziegler started working at the Ossining Children's Center, she realized that many of the families didn't speak English as their first language. Soon after, she enrolled in a night class at the local community college to learn Spanish—one of many stories her children tell about the lengths Sally would go to help everyone she knew.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.—In the minutes leading up to kickoff, the Klöckner Stadium sprinklers showered the Blue Devils. Two cutthroat hours later, it was the Cavaliers raining on Duke’s parade.