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Duke men's basketball suffered their third loss of the season Tuesday night against Florida State. Now, the Blue Zone breaks down the overtime defeat with one player, one word and one stat:
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. Today, the Blue Zone breaks down Trevor Keels' performance and the team's paint presence in Saturday's 87-56 win against Elon:
Former Blue Devils are still working out the kinks as the NBA calendar rolls over from November to December. We have a look into some of the Blue Devils making headlines as pros:
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. Today, the Blue Zone breaks down a big night from Mark Williams and the rest of Duke's all-time classic win against Gonzaga:
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. Today, the Blue Zone takes a look at another strong performance from Wendell Moore Jr. and the rest of Duke's win against Lafayette:
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. Today, the Blue Zone breaks down a solid game from Paolo Banchero and the rest of Duke's hard-fought win against Campbell:
Duke's men's basketball opened its season Tuesday with a big win in Madison Square Garden. Now, let's look at how Duke's NBA talents are doing, including a check on one of the guests at the Blue Devils' win:
With six minutes left in the second quarter against Pittsburgh, Duke held a shocking 19-17 lead. That was before Pittsburgh found its stride, scoring 20 straight points to go up 37-19. Unable to recover, the game finished 54-29, a college football scorigami.
Duke football takes on Pittsburgh Saturday at Wallace Wade Stadium for Homecoming Weekend. As the Blue Devils look to avoid a fifth-straight conference loss, the Blue Zone brings three keys to avoiding that outcome:
Preparing to hit the gridiron for the first time in two weeks after a 48-0 loss to Virginia, Duke football has a bit to iron out if it wants to remain competitive for the remainder of the season. The next opponent is undefeated No. 13 Wake Forest in front of the Demon Deacons crowd. Before Saturday's showdown, the Blue Zone has three keys for success for the Blue Devils:
2020-21 record: 18-7, 11-4 in the ACC
2020-21 record: 17-12, 7-8 in the Sun Belt
As November nears, it is becoming apparent that basketball season is on the horizon. That means that it is time for our player previews of every member of Duke men's basketball. Next up is junior Michael Savarino. Read the previous previews here: Stanley Borden, Spencer Hubbard and Keenan Worthington.
Duke football dropped a close one at home Saturday to Georgia Tech, 31-27. With three key takeaways, stats and a look ahead, the Blue Zone breaks down everything you need to know about the Blue Devils' performance against the Yellow Jackets:
The Jayhawks and Blue Devils, both known for their basketball prowess, will be taking the field to compete in football Saturday. The Blue Zone brings you a player to watch out for on both sides ahead of Duke's final non-conference matchup:
In two games this season, the most obvious thing for Duke football is this: Mataeo Durant must be fed. The senior running back has been nothing short of dominant this season, with 296 yards (sixth in FBS) and six touchdowns (first in FBS) in just two games. Durant is a star on this team and has a chance to continue his excellence this coming weekend against Northwestern.
In last year’s Halloween matchup with Charlotte, Duke running backs stomped all over Charlotte’s defensive line. Luckily for the Blue Devils, that unit comes into this season with some of the biggest question marks on the 49ers roster. Only one starter is returning, and they have added two transfers.
2020 season: 8-3, 7-2 in the ACC (3rd in the ACC)
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.
Former Blue Devils continue to amaze in the NBA as the playoffs near. Let’s take a look at some of their latest performances: