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Notre Dame Fighting Irish
The seventh-inning stretch is a timeless baseball tradition, but the Blue Devils were already stretched pretty thin by the time it came around Saturday.
WASHINGTON—Duke’s offense carried it to a win against N.C. State Wednesday, and after a brief absence to start the game, looks like it is firing on all cylinders once again.
WASHINGTON—All year, the Blue Devils have been undermanned and dangerously thin in the frontcourt, susceptible to both foul trouble and fatigue on any given night.
WASHINGTON—The ACC experienced lots of technical difficulties with the shot clock during Wednesday’s second-round contest between Pittsburgh and Syracuse.
WASHINGTON—In a season filled with nagging injuries and constant nicks for a depth-challenged Duke team, Marshall Plumlee had been one of the few Blue Devils to maintain a clean bill of health.
WASHINGTON—For most of the game, both offenses lit up the scoreboard with mid-range jumpers and long 3-pointers from all over the court.
The Chronicle provides a synopsis of every game from the ACC tournament at the Verizon Center in Washington.
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Notre Dame: 20-10, 11-7 in the ACC
Before Saturday’s game even tipped off, Duke officially announced what many had suspected with growing certainty—Amile Jefferson will not return to the court this season.
Early on, it looked as if the Tar Heels were ready to run the Blue Devils right out of their own home.
When Duke has been successful this year, it has mostly been on the backs of two players—Grayson Allen and Brandon Ingram.
The first time around, the Blue Devils stole a victory in the waning minutes—grabbing their first second-half lead with just 2:39 to play.
If the Blue Devils were expecting an easy victory against a Wake Forest squad that entered Cameron Indoor Stadium with just two conference wins, they were sorely mistaken.
It’s that time of year again—baseball season.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Just when it seemed as if the bench couldn’t get any shorter for Duke, it did.