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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.
CLEMSON, S.C.— Clemson may have lost in the College Football Playoff national championship Monday night, but the school’s men's basketball team gave its fans a nice consolation prize less than 24 hours later.
ATLANTA— Tre Jones saw a sky-high Cassius Stanley soaring in the air, and he knew what to do.
Freshman center Vernon Carey Jr. has had a fantastic start to the ACC season, averaging 15 points and 7.8 rebounds per game on 70.4 percent shooting from the floor in the Blue Devils’ three conference wins.
Duke will be without a key piece of its 2020 freshman class as it continues its ACC slate.
After taking care of business against Brown, Duke welcomes Boston College to Cameron Indoor Stadium for the Blue Devils’ first home ACC contest of the season. The Blue Zone breaks down three keys for the New Year’s Eve matchup:
The competition may be closely contested when it comes to college rankings, but the Blue Devils have utterly dominated their Ivy League counterparts on the court this decade.
As 2019 comes to a close, The Chronicle's sports department takes a look back at the biggest stories of the year in Duke athletics. Each day, we will review a major game, event or storyline that helped shape the course of the year for the Blue Devils.
The 2010s were kind to Duke men’s basketball—Mike Krzyzewski’s program brought home a pair of national titles in addition to a host of individual accolades. With the embrace of one-and-done players, this decade brought perhaps the most individual talent that Durham has ever seen.
Prior to each Duke football game, The Chronicle’s Evan Kolin, Ramona Naseri, Derek Saul, Shane Smith and Dilan Trivedi make their predictions for the contest and we’ll track their records throughout the season. Here are their takes on the Blue Devils’ matchup with Miami Saturday:
Prior to each Duke football game, The Chronicle’s Evan Kolin, Ramona Naseri, Derek Saul, Shane Smith and Dilan Trivedi make their predictions for the contest and we’ll track their records throughout the season. Here are their takes on the Blue Devils’ matchup with Wake Forest Saturday:
It’s been almost a year to the day since Wake Forest spoiled Daniel Jones’ final home game, embarrassing Duke 59-7 at Wallace Wade Stadium.
With Duke in a likely must-win game in order to secure bowl eligibility, one would expect the Blue Devils to come out fighting with a sense of urgency.
Desperately needing a spark early in the second half with the score tied at 40, Tre Jones stepped up to the 3-point line with a fearless look in his eyes.
Prior to each Duke football game, The Chronicle’s Evan Kolin, Ramona Naseri, Derek Saul, Shane Smith and Dilan Trivedi make their predictions for the contest and we’ll track their records throughout the season. Here are their takes on the Blue Devils’ matchup with Syracuse Saturday:
Duke's chance at a bowl game is at the brink of extinction.
Duke's offense has struggled in recent weeks, having not crossed the 20-point barrier in exactly one month and posting only seven points against No. 15 Notre Dame last Saturday.
With just under three minutes remaining in the first half and Duke down 21-0, Quentin Harris tossed a deep ball down the left sideline.
Following a much-needed bye week, Duke hosted Notre Dame for the first time since 1961. The Blue Devils will have to really fight back if they want to replicate that victory 58 years ago, however, as the team heads into the locker room down 21-7.
Every great team needs an identity—something that strikes fear in the hearts of its opponents before the ball is even tipped.