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Extra point: Duke football falls in lopsided fashion to Florida State to cap off 2020 season

(12/14/20 5:26pm)

Despite being 2-6 going into Saturday's contest, Florida State imposed its will on the Duke defense, rushing for 324 yards en route to a 56-35 victory. The Blue Zone breaks down Duke's performance on Saturday with three key takeaways, stats and what to expect moving forward. 

Stock report: Can Duke men’s basketball’s Jalen Johnson be a No. 1 draft pick?

(12/14/20 8:58am)

After propelling himself onto the national stage with his 19 points and 19 rebounds in his debut, Jalen Johnson’s name is starting to creep higher and higher on draft boards. ESPN analyst Jonathan Givony even stated Johnson is a “dark horse candidate for the No. 1 pick,” so let’s dive into what makes the freshman’s draft stock so attractive:

Five observations and more from Duke football's first half against Florida State

(12/12/20 10:59pm)

After Florida State jumped out to a four-score lead, Duke fought back to bring the game within seven points. Despite both these teams being in the basement of the ACC, the Blue Devils and Seminoles are playing like their seasons depend on the outcome of this game and it looks like this game could come down to the last snap:

Beats' picks: Can Duke football secure its first-ever win against Florida State?

(12/12/20 4:49pm)

Prior to each Duke football game, beat writers Evan Kolin, Shane Smith, Jake Piazza, Max Rego and Cam Polo will make their predictions for the contest, and we’ll track their records throughout the season. Here are their takes on the Blue Devils’ season-finale at Florida State, which pits the Seminoles as a 3.5-point favorite.

New housing committee aims to transform residential life, is not against selective living, members say

(12/11/20 5:57am)

Duke’s Next Generation Living and Learning 2.0 Committee will not diminish or eliminate Greek life and selective living groups, hoping rather to improve non-selective housing through a residential quad model, distinct quad traditions and greater faculty engagement on West Campus, committee members said Wednesday.