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(16 hours ago)
ATLANTA—In an ACC opener that was meant to be an introduction of the preseason favorites, the Blue Devils continued their unbecoming start with a loss on the road against Georgia Tech. Yellow Jacket faithful stormed the court and celebrated the massive upset, while Duke made its way wearily to the locker room.
(17 hours ago)
ATLANTA—On the heels of one tough road loss, No. 7 Duke is working hard to fend off another upset Saturday afternoon against Georgia Tech inside McCamish Pavilion. After the Yellow Jackets took the early lead, the Blue Devils brought themselves back into contention, entering the break down 35-31:
The Blue Devils tip off this afternoon in their ACC opener against Georgia Tech. Before the matchup, the Blue Zone brings you some can’t-miss prop bets:
It is no secret that the Blue Devils struggled at times to score last season, and with the inexperience on this year’s team, it was expected that the trend would continue.
(19 hours ago)
Over 50 students gathered on the Bryan Center Plaza Friday afternoon for a Fossil Free Research Day of Action, coinciding with the release of a report by the Duke Climate Coalition alleging that the University received over $24 million in research funding from the fossil fuel industry between 2010 and 2021.
After six years in college football, Ja’Mion Franklin is moving on to the NFL.
At the turn of December, Duke men’s basketball is opening ACC play, taking a trip to Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech. Before the game tips off Saturday, the Blue Zone brings a key player on each squad that could make a difference:
Watching Duke fall to Arkansas Wednesday night felt an awful lot like watching it lose to Tennessee in March’s NCAA tournament.
The NBA season is well underway, and there are a number of Blue Devils with impressive starts to the 2023-24 season. The Blue Zone identifies a few of these standout players:
Academic Council unanimously voted to approve an executive master of public affairs degree program in the Sanford School of Public Policy at its Thursday meeting, the last of the fall semester.
Few foods on campus stoke genuine delight for me anymore. This is partially due to my eating habits, as I tend to eat the same dish until I get bored. I’ve also lived on West Campus since freshman year, so I’ve tried just about every dish available, even obscure ones like Sprout’s French toast sticks and Tandoor’s dosas. My taste buds have been craving something new and different for a while now.
If you're anything like me, the onset of consumer-driven holidays such as Black Friday or Boxing Day may leave you conflicted.
The ACC/SEC Challenge gifts teams from two distinct Power 5 conferences with the rare opportunity to play each other. And even without regional rivalries or a history of bad blood, Thursday’s matchup between Duke and Georgia proved to be an instant classic.
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. The Blue Devils fell to Arkansas in the inaugural ACC/SEC Challenge, and the Blue Zone analyzes the defeat:
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—Jared McCain takes the inbound, turns his back to his man and hands the ball off to a jetting Caleb Foster. With nobody open for a pass, he steps back at the top of the arc, hangs in the air and releases.
Duke has received the largest single award in its history, worth $100 million, from The Duke Endowment, commemorating the centennial of both institutions.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—This time around, the thousands of fans clad in white and frantically screaming at the court weren’t there for the Blue Devils’ sake. The residents of the most notorious stadium in college basketball got a taste of their own medicine Wednesday night in front of a raucous 20,344-person crowd (the largest ever) inside Bud Walton Arena. And man, was it bitter.
Duke Student Government senators passed a resolution in support of a proposed Native American and Indigenous Studies (NAIS) program and the establishment of a Native American and Indigenous Center for Culture at its Wednesday meeting.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—In the inaugural ACC/SEC Challenge, No. 7 Duke and Arkansas are locked in a rough-and-tumble matchup at Bud Walton Arena. With 20 minutes behind them and 20 to go in yet another marquee early-season test for the reigning ACC tournament champions, the Blue Devils trail the Razorbacks 33-32:
First, Duke lost its coach. Now, it has lost its quarterback.