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On a night expected to primarily feature the next group of Blue Devil freshman phenoms, Duke’s lone returning star stole the show.
Bobby Hurley, Jason Williams, Jon Scheyer, Tyus Jones.
In the last non-conference game of the season, Duke aimed to coast to an easy win and set itself up for the postseason.
2016-17 record: 20-15, 10-8 in the Big Ten
Following a disappointing performance against Clemson, marred by a first-half red card that led to a blowout, the Blue Devils have to regroup to face their third straight ranked opponent.
The Blue Devils wanted another shot at a top-10 team after falling just short of pulling an upset twice against North Carolina and Louisville.
Despite a solid performance defensively, Duke and its offense could never get going, totaling just 255 yards in a 28-21 loss to Virginia Saturday. The Blue Devils converted just five of 17 third down attempts and turned the ball over twice in their second straight loss.
Duke is in the midst of the best stretch in program history, racking up its 12th straight win Thursday against N.C. State.
In the heart of a four games in 10 days stretch and coming off an emotional upset win at then-No. 11 Syracuse, Duke knew it had to settle down and take care of business in a nonconference home matchup.
The Blue Devils moved to 4-0 thanks to a strong defensive performance and some clutch offensive plays. Despite the defense's relative dominance against a good North Carolina offense, Duke continued to struggle in the red zone on offense, settling for field goals multiple times.
From the moment the final whistle blew to end their victory against Virginia Tech Saturday, the Blue Devils knew they had the chance to make history with the longest winning streak in program history in their next game.
Following a tougher than expected game against High Point Friday, the Blue Devils wanted to make quick work of another nonconference opponent.
2016 record: 7-6, 2-6 in the ACC, 6th in the Atlantic Division
College soccer has always occupied a strange place in the US Soccer Development program.
The Blue Devils made an encouraging impression in exhibition play while trying out new lineups.
Despite not being drafted on Thursday night, former Duke guard Matt Jones will still get the chance to pursue his NBA dreams.
Following a comfortable win in the second round of the ACC tournament, the Blue Devils were looking for revenge against Georgia Tech after a tight 4-3 loss earlier in the season and trying to seal an NCAA tournament bid.
Coming off two key wins last weekend, Duke entered its last regular-season match looking to strengthen its NCAA tournament resume with a road victory against an opponent with a comparable resume.
Entering a crucial weekend for their fragile NCAA tournament hopes, the Blue Devils knew that only an ACC sweep would keep them on the right path.