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Between the constant turnover from numerous transfers out of the program and inconsistent play on the court, there has been one constant for the Blue Devils in the past three seasons—injuries keeping teams from reaching their full potential.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish
A week after a disappointing 34-20 loss to Virginia, Duke looks to move to 3-3 Saturday against Army in its final nonconference game. The Blue Devils dominated the Black Knights 44-3 on the road last season, but Army has been much improved this year with a 3-1 record so far. Here are three keys to Saturday's contest:
Following a pair of dominant performances, the Blue Devils will look to stay atop the ACC standings with two in-state road wins this week.
In a battle of teams searching for their first ACC victory, Duke looked to continue its momentum from a win against Georgia Southern Tuesday and snatch a second straight home victory.
The Blue Devils got back above .500 following a dramatic win Tuesday, and will now look to add their first ACC win of the year in what could be a momentum-building week.
Facing an undefeated opponent in their first game of ACC play, the Blue Devils wanted to make a statement at home Saturday.
Following their biggest win of the year against then-No. 9 UCLA, the Blue Devils looked to carry the momentum into their ACC opener.
Three top-10 teams fell in a wild Week 1 of college football, causing some major shake-ups in the AP Top 25 poll.