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Duke enters the Phil Knight Legacy at 3 p.m. Thursday with its first game against Oregon State. Before tipoff, the Blue Zone has three key points that can lead to a Blue Devil victory:
Sunday marked both the start of the World Cup and the start of Duke’s quest for its first NCAA championship since 1986. And, like the fans of Ecuador, the Blue Devil faithful celebrated as No. 7-seed Duke took down Denver in a second-round matchup that paired two of the top defenses in the country.
Duke football lost in the final minute against Pittsburgh Saturday, 28-26. The Blue Zone has three key takeaways, stats and a look ahead after the Blue Devils' final road game of the regular season:
Tuesday night marks Duke's biggest test thus far, as it faces 2022 national champions Kansas in Indianapolis for the State Farm Champions Classic. Before the game, the Blue Zone analyzes three key points for the Blue Devils to shine:
DAVIDSON, N.C.—The Blue Devils traveled to Belk Arena Saturday to face off against Davidson in their first away game of the season. Coming off of a lopsided victory against Charleston Southern in which six Blue Devils scored in double digits and the team reached 100 points for the first time since 2016, Duke found itself in a defensive battle against the Wildcats.
The Blue Devils officially begin their quest for their sixth national championship Monday against Jacksonville. In order to reach lofty expectations, Duke must start its season on the right foot. Here are five things to know ahead of Duke’s season opener.
Before Duke begins its season Monday, our Dom Fenoglio and Martin Heintzelman debate Duke's prospects for the upcoming season. Read Martin's counterpoint to Dom's sunny outlook here.
2021-22 record: 20-12, 12-8 in the Big Ten
As the college basketball season looms, it's finally time for the Blue Zone to preview the 2022-23 Duke women's basketball roster. We previously looked at Bo Shaffer, Emma Schmidt, Jiselle Havas, Lee Volker, Imani Lewis, Emma Koabel, Vanessa de Jesus, Mia Heide, Kennedy Brown and Shay Bollin. Here is Jordyn Oliver:
As the college basketball season looms, it's finally time for the Blue Zone to preview the 2022-23 Duke women's basketball roster. We previously looked at Bo Shaffer, Emma Schmidt, Jiselle Havas, Lee Volker, Imani Lewis, Emma Koabel, Vanessa de Jesus, Mia Heide and Kennedy Brown. Now, let's look at Shay Bollin:
Serving for the match and a trip to ITA Fall Nationals in San Diego, senior Chloe Beck came to the net and fired off a few volleys before dropping back to return a lob, sending the ball just over the outstretched racket of her opponent and securing a tournament victory (6-1, 6-4). She met at the net to embrace her competitor, Duke teammate Emma Jackson, with a hug.
When students start at Duke, they often enter with great expectations. Expectations of immediate academic validation that they deserve to be here. Expectations that they will continue to stand out among their peers. Expectations that their past successes will correspond directly to future endeavors.
Duke football lost its first game of the season to a surging offensive performance by Kansas. The Blue Zone breaks down the Blue Devils' contest by looking at three key takeaways and stats, as well as a look ahead:
Ahead of Duke's second matchup at home against the North Carolina A&T Aggies, the Blue Zone has you covered with some can't-miss prop bets: