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Foul trouble haunts Duke men's basketball in upset loss against Wake Forest

(02/26/20 7:50am)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—If someone had told you that Duke shot 91.2 percent from the free throw line on 34 attempts, you would be completely reasonable in assuming that the Blue Devils physically dominated their opponent into submission with Vernon Carey Jr. feasting inside. 


Five observations from Duke men's basketball's first half against Wake Forest

(02/26/20 12:57am)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—After suffering a handful of slow starts on the road throughout the season, it was much of the same Tuesday night for No. 7 Duke, which trailed for nearly the entire first half of its matchup against Wake Forest at LJVM Coliseum. A late surge, however, has led to a tie score at 39-39 heading into the locker room. Here are five observations from the first 20 minutes.


Duke men's basketball set for a Saturday night date with Syracuse and its vaunted zone

(01/31/20 4:59pm)

After an emotional victory Tuesday night that featured the Blue Devils holding off a late Pittsburgh comeback and a brief tiff between head coach Mike Krzyzewski and the Cameron Crazies, Duke will head up to New York to play Syracuse at the vaunted Carrier Dome looking for its third straight victory Saturday night ay 8 p.m.




Duke football hits new low in 'stunning' defeat to Syracuse

(11/17/19 2:53pm)

Duke's blowout loss against Virginia wasn't pretty but explainable—it came on the road against a solid Cavalier squad. The Blue Devils fought to the bitter end against rival North Carolina and fell in heartbreaking fashion, certainly an emotional loss but not unexpected. A third straight loss to then-No. 15 Notre Dame was largely expected, as the Fighting Irish were unquestionably the more talented and athletic team.