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Almost one year ago to the day, an unranked St. John’s team toppled then-No. 4 Duke 81-77, led by a herculean 33-point effort from Red Storm point guard Shamorie Ponds.
Roy Williams puts salt in his orange juice.
Duke will host St. John's Saturday at 12 p.m. in its final nonconference contest of the regular season. The Blue Zone analyzes three key points that must be emphasized to come away with a win:
SOUTH BEND, Ind.— Following underwhelming freshman and sophomore campaigns for the former five-star recruit, it finally seems like Marques Bolden’s year.
SOUTH BEND, Ind.—In a Duke-dominated first half, the Blue Devils enter the locker room with an 46-28 lead. Notre Dame was unable to keep up with Duke, and finds itself in a major hole entering the second period.
Within the first few years of Notre Dame joining the ACC, it seemed as if vaunted Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski finally met his kryptonite—the Mike Brey-led Fighting Irish captured five of their first six contests against the Blue Devils as conference rivals.
Look, it never feels good to say goodbye to one of the most talented players in school history. With Daniel Jones declaring for the NFL Draft, Duke loses its three-year starting quarterback, who projects to be the Blue Devils’ highest-drafted player in more than three decades.
After defeating Wake Forest in its first true road game of the season, top-ranked Duke will take on No. 13 Florida State Saturday in Tallahassee, Fla. The Blue Zone breaks down three aspects of the game that could tilt the contest in the Blue Devils’ favor as they look to keep their undefeated ACC record intact:
On Saturday night, Duke will begin ACC play against Clemson. The Blue Zone breaks down three aspects of the game that could tilt the contest in the Blue Devils’ last game before conference play:
Just a few moments after quarterback Daniel Jones declared for the NFL Draft, it was announced the Blue Devils will also be without an All-American next season.
In this year’s Walk-On’s Independence Bowl, expect one former walk-on to take center stage.
As conference play quickly approaches, things are starting to shape up across college basketball, as seen in the latest AP poll:
NEW YORK—The bright lights of Madison Square Garden did not seem to faze a young Duke squad Thursday.
After a ten-day break, Duke returned to action Tuesday night, hosting Princeton. Following a slow start, the Blue Devils stormed to a 101-50 victory against the Tigers. The Blue Zone breaks down three key takeaways, three key stats and looks forward for the Duke squad:
As nonconference play nears its end, things are starting to shape up across college basketball, as seen in the latest AP poll:
Don’t look now, but Alex O’Connell is undergoing a transformation into a key piece for Duke.
Yale managed to keep the game close for much of the first half, but Alex O'Connell sparked a Duke run late in the period to open up a double-digit lead. Here are five observations from the first half of play as the Blue Devils enter the locker room with a 41-32 advantage:
A ferocious Marques Bolden rejection on Hartford’s first possession seemed to signal the beginning of another overpowering victory for Duke Wednesday night.
Jewish Duke fans received a special present this night of Hanukkah.