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Over two months have passed since college sports were put on hold throughout the country. While many question marks remain overall, from eligibility rulings to transfers, there’s a lot of uncertainty focused around the biggest money maker in amateur athletics: college football.
Note: This story was updated April 7 following Cassius Stanley's declaration for the 2020 NBA Draft.
After a little bit of indecision, it seems that Columbia big man Patrick Tape is coming to Duke after all.
At 6 p.m. Saturday, No. 12 Duke will take on a sub-.500 North Carolina squad in its regular season finale. In the teams' Feb. 8 meeting, the Blue Devils came out on top in an instant classic. Will Duke be able to replicate that magic in Cameron Indoor Stadium?
Editor's note: This is part of a series about the Duke men’s basketball walk-up line experience based on a survey conducted by The Chronicle. You can learn more about the methodology and limitations of the survey here, student opinions on the in-game experience here and thoughts on the pregame process here.
A little over a week ago, the Blue Devils looked primed for an ACC regular season title and a potential No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. However, two ugly losses in six days to North Carolina State and Wake Forest have Duke fans wondering... what just happened? Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are back to discuss what went wrong for the Blue Devils against their in-state rivals and what the outlook is for the team going forward.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—Regular season play is coming to a close for Duke, yet it is still struggling to learn a simple lesson: you can’t come unprepared for any ACC game.
RALEIGH—It's not clear what the reason is behind it, but there is a scary trend for Duke: the Blue Devils can't seem to win in PNC Arena.
Top recruiting classes, hitting at least one 3-pointer in a game and Cascada's "Everytime We Touch" have all been constants for Duke men's basketball this past decade.
Faced with one of the most daunting stretches of the season, Duke salvaged its chances at an ACC regular season title with two big wins over North Carolina and No. 8 Florida State. It certainly took a lot of grit and mental toughness to pull it out, but now the Blue Devils will try to carry their momentum over the last month of the regular season into March. Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith give you all the latest info and analysis from an eventful 48-hour span for Duke.
Mike Krzyzewski is talking to the Cameron Crazies again.
In a quick turnaround from the win over North Carolina, No. 7 Duke has held its own in a physical first half against No. 8 Florida State, leading the Seminoles 33-32 Monday night. Here are five observations from an entertaining first half of play in Cameron Indoor Stadium:
Duke and North Carolina will battle for the 252nd time Saturday afternoon when they face off at the Dean Dome in Chapel Hill. Our Evan Kolin, Winston Lindqwister, Conner McLeod, Michael Model, Glen Morgenstern, Derek Saul and Shane Smith break down their predictions for the latest iteration of the Tobacco Road rivalry. Who do you think will come out on top?
With all the recent talk about decreasing attendance among Cameron Crazies at Duke men's basketball games, Krzyzewskiville may have run into an unfathomable problem—a shortage of tenters for the Tobacco Road rivalry.
In what was supposed to be a relatively uneventful week with one game against Pittsburgh, Mike Krzyzewski sparked a big discussion after confronting the Cameron Crazies over a chant directed at former Blue Devil Jeff Capel. While the college basketball world talked about that incident, Duke has quietly reached the midway point of conference play as we turn into February. Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are back with another episode of the Cameron Chronicles to get you caught up on everything to do with Duke basketball.
After two straight years ending in heartbreak, Duke is ready to climb the mountain back to the Final Four once again, hoping to raise a trophy in Philadelphia.
With a new signal caller set to take over for Duke football next year, it seems like head coach David Cutcliffe is weighing all the options he can.
Kobe Bryant and four others died in a helicopter crash in California Sunday, as first reported by TMZ.
After what seemed like such a promising start to conference play, the Blue Devils shut down any idea of a perfect season in the ACC with back-to-back losses last week against Clemson and Louisville. Our hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are joined by special guest and men's basketball beat Evan Kolin to figure out what has Duke looking for answers with the calendar nearing February.
Everyone expected growing pains from yet another young crop of Blue Devils. Now, it’s time to see how they will respond.