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After a 16-point loss to Clemson during the week, Duke had the chance to respond against a talented, tough Florida Gulf Coast ballclub. Needing a statement victory for their identity, the Blue Devils stepped up and delivered.
Coming off a road victory against Georgia Thursday night, Duke returns to Cameron Indoor Stadium Sunday afternoon to take on what might be its most formidable opponent yet: No. 1 South Carolina. The Chronicle’s womens’ basketball beat writers are here with their predictions for the marquee matchup:
As Duke football travels to Charlottesville, Va., to take on conference foe Virginia, the Blue Zone has some can’t-miss prop bets:
Friday’s victory against Bucknell was more than just the Mark Mitchell show.
Back home from its brief road trip to Chicago, No. 9 Duke led throughout the first half against visiting Bucknell during Friday’s opener of the Blue Devil Challenge. With 20 minutes to play, the Blue Devils lead 44-29.
NEW YORK—Duke head coach Kara Lawson prides herself on a slow-moving, defensive-centric gameplan. A trip into the Lions’ den sparked the opposite: a fast-paced, end-to-end battle. In the end, the Blue Devils barely escaped with a 66-62 victory thanks to a clutch two-point jumper from sophomore guard Ashlon Jackson with 17.1 seconds left.
Kickoff is just hours away for Duke football's matchup with archrival North Carolina. The Blue Zone has you covered with some can't-miss prop bets:
Duke won just two out of its 30 matches in its West Coast trip last weekend, falling in duels to No. 15 Rutgers 47-0 and Cal Poly 38-6 Friday, and Stanford 41-0 Saturday. Over the course of 48 hours, the Blue Devils fell victim to 13 technical falls, when a match is stopped due to lopsided score, and four pins.
As Duke returns home for a weeknight contest against Wake Forest, the Blue Zone is here with some can't miss prop bets:
Camilla Emsbo sits down in a Duke-branded chair. It’s Oct. 19, 2023, Duke’s preseason media day — almost exactly a year to the day when the Ivy League women’s basketball world was rocked with news of the former five-star recruit’s ACL injury. Five-hundred-and-sixty-eight miles south of Yale in her new home, hair pulled back into a long blonde ponytail, clad in a Duke-blue sweatshirt, Emsbo smiles.
Duke travels to Florida State looking to stay undefeated in ACC play. Before the primetime kickoff in Durham, the Blue Zone has some can’t-miss prop bets:
As Duke head coach Robbie Church mused Thursday night, “soccer is not a 45-minute game.”
With an unbeaten streak to protect on home soil, Duke football looks to tackle Northwestern and move to 3-0. Before the Saturday afternoon kickoff, the Blue Zone is here with some can’t-miss prop bets:
After starting off the season on the right foot, Duke looks to get another home victory versus Lafayette. Before the Saturday night kickoff in Durham, the Blue Zone has some can’t-miss prop bets:
Duke opens its season Monday in a Labor Day matchup under the lights against Clemson. Before the 8 p.m. kickoff in Durham, the Blue Zone has some can’t-miss prop bets:
Another game for Duke, another goal from Kat Rader.
Duke’s mistakes did not go unpunished.
Last season, Duke had the makings of a College Cup-bound team — immense talent, steadfast teamwork and unrivaled determination. With a 15-5-3 overall record and one of the best strikers in the country with Michelle Cooper, it seemed as though head coach Robbie Church’s squad might hoist a trophy. A berth to the biggest event in college soccer, however, proved out of reach. Once more losing in the NCAA quarterfinals, the Blue Devils exited the road to a national championship in a double-overtime loss to No. 3 Alabama.
After exceeding expectations a season ago, Duke women's basketball is bringing in an elite group of talent from the recruiting trail and the transfer portal. The Blue Zone will analyze film on each of the newcomers for the 2023-24 season. First up is Camilla Emsbo.
Brennan O’Neill was simply unstoppable.