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Ninety-three days after concluding a 5-7 2019 campaign, the Blue Devils returned to the practice field, holding their first spring practice Monday morning. After the practice, a trio of Duke players, quarterbacks Gunnar Holmberg and Chris Katrenick and safety Michael Carter II, and head coach David Cutcliffe addressed the media. Here are some key quotes from the media availability Monday.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.—Three days after it put up 101 points against Wake Forest, Duke couldn’t even manage half of that total against Virginia behind a dreadful 30.5 percent from the field. Despite the wildly different scoring outputs, both contests produced the same result: a Blue Devil loss.
A little over a week ago, the Blue Devils looked primed for an ACC regular season title and a potential No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. However, two ugly losses in six days to North Carolina State and Wake Forest have Duke fans wondering... what just happened? Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are back to discuss what went wrong for the Blue Devils against their in-state rivals and what the outlook is for the team going forward.
Less than two weeks remain in the ACC regular season, and Duke is still a good bet to win its first ACC regular season title in a decade.
Though this year’s Duke team may not generate a ton of hype, the 2019-20 Blue Devils are primed to accomplish something that the previous 13 Duke squads have not: win an outright ACC regular season title.
After missing Saturday's contest against Notre Dame due to an eye injury sustained in pregame warmups for the contest, Cassius Stanley is set to return to action.
Faced with one of the most daunting stretches of the season, Duke salvaged its chances at an ACC regular season title with two big wins over North Carolina and No. 8 Florida State. It certainly took a lot of grit and mental toughness to pull it out, but now the Blue Devils will try to carry their momentum over the last month of the regular season into March. Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith give you all the latest info and analysis from an eventful 48-hour span for Duke.
Though it's still the first full week of February, it's never too early to look ahead to March.
Duke and North Carolina will battle for the 252nd time Saturday afternoon when they face off at the Dean Dome in Chapel Hill. Our Evan Kolin, Winston Lindqwister, Conner McLeod, Michael Model, Glen Morgenstern, Derek Saul and Shane Smith break down their predictions for the latest iteration of the Tobacco Road rivalry. Who do you think will come out on top?
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.—Most Blue Devil games, you can expect a solid outing from either Joey Baker or Alex O’Connell. But you can’t expect both.
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS.—Boston College came out hot in Conte Forum Tuesday night, scoring the game’s first six points to get out to an early lead against No. 9 Duke. The Blue Devils would not fully recover, heading to the locker room trailing 24-21. Here are five observations from the opening half.
Super Bowl Sunday brought some welcome college football news for Blue Devil fans.
In what was supposed to be a relatively uneventful week with one game against Pittsburgh, Mike Krzyzewski sparked a big discussion after confronting the Cameron Crazies over a chant directed at former Blue Devil Jeff Capel. While the college basketball world talked about that incident, Duke has quietly reached the midway point of conference play as we turn into February. Hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are back with another episode of the Cameron Chronicles to get you caught up on everything to do with Duke basketball.
A day after screaming at the Duke student section for a chant he thought was inappropriate, Blue Devil head coach Mike Krzyzewski has taken a step to make amends.
Less than three weeks after they officially entered the NCAA transfer portal, former Blue Devils Brittain Brown and Aaron Young found their new homes.
Duke may be dancing in September, but cloudy days await for the Blue Devils.
Tre Jones’ defense can give just about any opposing point guard nightmares, but for Chris Lykes, he’s the boogeyman.
Coming off of two straight losses, the Blue Devils rebounded in style Tuesday night in Cameron Indoor Stadium, bullying a visiting Miami team to the tune of a 48-24 advantage. Here are five observations from the opening period.
After what seemed like such a promising start to conference play, the Blue Devils shut down any idea of a perfect season in the ACC with back-to-back losses last week against Clemson and Louisville. Our hosts Derek Saul and Shane Smith are joined by special guest and men's basketball beat Evan Kolin to figure out what has Duke looking for answers with the calendar nearing February.
Despite the storybook setup, history would not repeat itself Saturday night.