Duke just keeps rolling.
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Duke just keeps rolling.
Following a tough loss to conference rival North Carolina State, the Duke Blue Devils bounced back in a big way Saturday night, dismantling Virginia Tech by a final score of 88-64. The Blue Zone gives you three key takeaways, stats and takes a look ahead:
After two seasons of making it to the super regionals but no further, the Blue Devils are making Omaha their mission this spring.
Before the Blue Devils take on Boston College in their conference home opener, the Blue Zone gives you a player to watch from each team Tuesday night:
Duke fans came to Cameron Indoor Stadium Sunday afternoon to watch the Haley Gorecki show and were treated to a dominant performance not just from Gorecki, but from the Blue Devils as a whole.
A dominant second half carried Duke to a 77-63 victory at Virginia Tech Friday evening, the Blue Devils' first road win against the Hokies since 2015. The Blue Zone breaks down three key takeaways, three key stats and looks forward for the Duke squad:
The ending to No. 1 Duke’s 85-83 loss to Stephen F. Austin Tuesday night was nothing short of catastrophic.
The Blue Devils clashed with Stephen F. Austin in their first game back from New York, finishing the first half with the lead, 45-40. Here are five observations from the first 20 minutes of play.
Duke returns home after capturing the 2K Empire Classic championship in New York to face a Stephen F. Austin team that has gotten off to a 4-1 start. The Blue Devils will attempt to win a seventh contest before the Thanksgiving holiday and maintain their status as the No. 1 team in the nation. The Blue Zone breaks down three keys to the game Tuesday night:
After last Saturday’s embarrassing loss to Syracuse, the Blue Devils will now face a primetime game where both teams are fighting to not get shellacked again: Wake Forest for the second week in a row, and for Duke, the third.
For the fourth consecutive year, a once-promising Duke season will end in the first weekend of the NCAA tournament.
When Duke opened its season Tuesday, it wasn’t a 12-point performance for Jade Williams or the high-energy defense of the Blue Devils that electrified the crowd. It was Kyra Lambert.
After suffering a 48-14 drubbing at the hands of the Virginia Cavaliers just seven days gone, the Duke Blue Devils will look to rebound against an up-and-down North Carolina squad. Here are the Blue Zone’s three keys to the Saturday matinee:
Okay, take a breath.
Not that many Blue Devil fans out there are ready to have this conversation.
2018-2019 record: 11-20, 4-14 in the ACC
2018-2019 record: 14-19, 8-10 in the Southland Conference
BLACKSBURG,Va.—Unquestionably, the Duke offense will be the side garnering the attention from the Blue Devils’ 45-10 win in Lane Stadium Friday night. And it certainly deserves the praise, with Quentin Harris and his squad racking up touchdown after touchdown in an absolute firestorm of attack in the second half.
BLACKSBURG, Va.—The Duke Blue Devils came away from the first half of their ACC clash with Virginia Tech with a 21-3 lead, following superb defensive play and overcoming early offensive woes to surge ahead in a big way later in the second quarter. Here are some quick observations and stats from the first 30 minutes of play:
Though one may think a date such as Friday the 13th would favor the eerily-named Blue Devils, fortune was not with Duke Friday evening.