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Every football game, our beat writers Cam Polo, Jake Piazza, Max Rego, Alex Jackson, Micah Hurewitz and Jonathan Levitan will be here to give you their picks for Duke's upcoming matchup, and we'll keep track of their prediction records every week. Northwestern comes to Durham as three-point favorites Saturday for a 4 p.m. kickoff at Wallace Wade Stadium against the Blue Devils.
Another week, another nonconference outing for the Blue Devils.
In front of a home crowd for the first time since November 2019, Duke football did not disappoint in charging toward its first win of the new season.
After giving up an early lead, Duke stormed back and took a 21-14 lead into halftime against NC A&T. Here are five observations, three stats and a play that mattered from the action so far.
Every football game, our beat writers Cam Polo, Jake Piazza, Max Rego, Alex Jackson, Micah Hurewitz and Jonathan Levitan will be here to give you their picks for Duke's upcoming matchup, and we'll keep track of their prediction records every week. This week, Duke hosts North Carolina A&T at 8 p.m. at Wallace Wade Stadium, where it is a 21-point favorite.
Every football game, our beat writers Cam Polo, Jake Piazza, Max Rego, Alex Jackson, Micah Hurewitz and Jonathan Levitan will be here to give you their picks for Duke's upcoming matchup, and we'll keep track of their prediction records every week. First off, Duke has Charlotte on the road at 7 p.m. Friday, where the Blue Devils are favored by 6.5 points.
With the 2021 Duke football season getting underway this upcoming Friday, The Chronicle's football beat writers, Jake Piazza, Max Rego, Alex Jackson, Cam Polo, Jonathan Levitan and Micah Hurewitz give their predictions for the upcoming Blue Devils campaign.
The quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and tight ends are labeled as skill positions. But the guys in the trenches have as much of a role to play in a football game.
Duke football held their second scrimmage Saturday, and with more practice under their belts, these Blue Devils are in the final stretches of preparation for the start of the season.
With the 2021 season right around the corner, The Chronicle breaks down each of the eight major position groups for the Blue Devils: Quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and tight ends, offensive line, defensive line, defensive backs, linebackers and specialists.
The Kevin White Era of Duke Athletics is finally coming to a close. What a ride it has been.
Fifteen Duke athletes recently competed in Tokyo representing seven nations. The Blue Zone takes a look at how they performed in the 2020 Olympic Games:
Though the recently-crowned NBA Champion Milwaukee Bucks lacked a former Blue Devil, Duke men’s basketball stars are still having a thrilling offseason filled with trades, signings and chances to prove they have NBA-caliber talent.
A stacked class of newcomers mark head coach Kara Lawson's first major accomplishment at Duke. Heading into the 2021-22 season, we take a look at film from Duke women's basketball's newest players. Previously, we analyzed Lexi Gordon, Lee Volker and Amaya Finklea-Guity. Next up, we look at Nyah Green:
Duke forward Matthew Hurt and guard DJ Steward waited to hear their names be called, but ultimately neither was selected in the 2021 NBA Draft.
Despite a lack of major leaguers, Duke baseball has not failed to deliver some quality talent to the professional ladder. With two recent promotions and the draft finished, the Blue Zone takes a look at former Blue Devils impressing at all levels in professional baseball.
Five Blue Devils heard their names called Monday and Tuesday.
Former Duke men’s basketball standout Jayson Tatum has been selected to the U.S. men’s basketball team for the upcoming Tokyo Games.
With Duke baseball out of the NCAA tournament and the July draft looming, the Blue Zone takes a look at how some former Blue Devil stars are faring in the professional ranks:
For the 2021-22 athletics season, the fans will be back.