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Tatum and Jackson showcase potential in Countdown to Craziness

(10/23/16 1:29am)

The Blue Devils took the court in front of a packed crowd at Cameron Indoor Stadium Saturday night at their annual Countdown to Craziness event. The intra-squad scrimmage featured one 20-minute half, broken up by four media timeouts. The White Team, which started Matt Jones, Luke Kennard, Jayson Tatum, Amile Jefferson and Chase Jeter, pulled off a 52-37 win against the the Blue Team, which featured Grayson Allen, Frank Jackson, Javin DeLaurier, Jack White and Marques Bolden.

Third and goal: Duke football vs. N.C. Central

(09/03/16 5:29am)

Coming off its first bowl win in 55 years last season, Duke will take the field for the first time of 2016 Saturday night against N.C. Central at Wallace Wade Stadium. The Blue Devils will have several new faces among their starters and hope to build a big enough lead to be able to rotate most of their young talent into the game. Here are three keys to the team's home opener:

Veering in a new direction: Duke men's soccer freshmen stepping into starting roles from the get-go

(08/31/16 6:09am)

Looking at the Blue Devils’ opening day lineup—one missing three of its top four scorers and more than half of last year’s overall goal production—it would have been reasonable to expect Duke to struggle to put balls in the back of the net in its first two regular season games.

From Big Red to Blue Devils: Cornell grad transfers Urbon, McAfee thriving for Duke baseball

(04/26/16 4:52am)

For most Ivy Leaguers, the end of four years of undergraduate study marks a time of significant change. Seniors enjoy their final days on campus knowing that their late-night study sessions in the library are numbered, soon to be replaced by long hours in an office, lab or wherever their post-graduation plans take them.