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After notching one of its most successful records in years, Duke will close out the regular season with a game against in-state foe Wake Forest. Before the Blue Devils host the contest at Wallace Wade Stadium Saturday afternoon, the Blue Zone provides you with our can't-miss prop bets:
Saturday is Senior Day in Durham, as Duke welcomes Wake Forest for the final game of the regular season. With identical records at 7-4, the teams are evenly matched on paper. Duke looks to bounce back from a crushing two-point loss to Pittsburgh, while Wake Forest hopes to capitalize on the momentum from its big win over Syracuse. Led by two high-flying offenses, this game promises to be a classic shootout. Here are five things to watch for Saturday.
In collegiate wrestling, amazing individual efforts don't necessarily ensure a good team result.
Duke travels to the Steel City Saturday for a matchup against the Pittsburgh Panthers. Ahead of the 12 p.m. game, the Blue Zone has you covered with our can't-miss prop bets:
For both Duke and Pittsburgh, the 2022 season has defied expectations—but in opposite ways.
2021-22 record: 13-20, 6-14 in ACC
After two straight seasons without a win, Duke improved mightily last season, finishing the year 7-10. However, the Blue Devils struggled as a team in the postseason, finishing in last at the ACC Championships and 48th out of 69 teams at the NCAA Championships. With Matt Finesilver transferring to Michigan and Josh Finesilver graduating, the program lost its two best grapplers. The brothers were the only members of the team to qualify for the NCAA Championships last season, and Matt was just two wins shy of All-American status.
On All Saints Day, the ball just seemed to bounce for Deacons instead of Devils.
Duke heads to Chestnut Hill, Mass., to take on Boston College Friday for the chance to clinch a bowl appearance this winter. The Blue Zone is here with a potential x-factor for both teams:
Hall of Fame NFL coach Vince Lombardi once said that a great team, “whether [they] win or lose … have applied the best version of [themselves] to the task at hand.” On the field Saturday, the Blue Devils played their best brand of field hockey.
After falling short a touchdown last week in their loss to North Carolina, the Blue Devils return to the field against Miami at Hard Rock Stadium Saturday afternoon. Ahead of the contest, the Blue Zone has you covered with our can't-miss prop bets:
As the Blue Devils head to Coral Gables, Fla., for a Saturday afternoon date with Miami and its explosive offense, the Blue Zone is here to provide a player on both sides that could make the difference:
As the air chills in the Triangle with Halloween approaching, the 4-2 Blue Devils welcome archrival North Carolina for a duel Saturday night at Wallace Wade Stadium. The Tar Heels have become somewhat of a Michael Myers to Duke recently, killing its spirit by coming out on top in almost every competition. Just this year, North Carolina has trumped the Blue Devils in basketball (twice) and most recently in women’s soccer. Football has been no different: The Tar Heels have held possession of the Victory Bell since 2019.
The 2022 football season could not have started much better for 6-foot-4 sophomore Riley Leonard. Throwing for 1,176 yards through five games, the signal caller from Fairhope, Ala., has led the team to four wins, surpassing expectations from analysts across the board. In the rebirth era of Duke football, his dual-threat style of play has electrified fans as the ultimate on-field product. Not only does Leonard possess the ability to amaze the Wade Wackos, but he checks all the boxes to be a potential NFL draft pick.
Duke returns home Saturday evening to play Virginia in its first ACC game of the year. The Blue Zone gives you some can't-miss prop bets for the game:
As an unexpected matchup against undefeated Kansas looms for the Blue Devils, the Blue Zone takes a look at a player from each team who can be a difference-maker Saturday: