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It is finally here. The final night in Cameron Indoor Stadium of Mike Krzyzewski's storied career, after 42 years, has arrived. With a fired-up student section and dozens upon dozens of former players in attendance, No. 4 Duke and North Carolina took the stage yet again. The Tar Heels started out strong, but Duke got it going as the first half went on, ending with a 41-39 edge at the break. Here are five observations from what went down in the initial 20 minutes.
Saturday is Coach K's final dance in Cameron Indoor Stadium. And it's against North Carolina. No further introduction.
Hindsight is always 20-20, but we honestly should have seen this all coming.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and for Duke’s upcoming game against North Carolina, a ticket is worth nearly $75,000.
There's a reason Duke moved up three spots in the latest AP Poll despite beating two unranked teams last week.
Duke continues its road trip Saturday with a rematch against Syracuse, and the Blue Zone has you covered with some can't-miss prop bets:
Well, it seems that it might take a bit of time for the winter rust to wear off for the Blue Devils.
In a department-wide meeting Friday, Trinity sophomore Jonathan Levitan was elected to serve as sports editor of The Chronicle’s 118th volume.
2021 was another ho-hum year for head coach Dan Brooks and company, as Gina Kim was the ACC individual medalist, Duke won the ACC team title and the program reached the NCAA semifinals out in Arizona. But heading into this campaign, things are different for the Blue Devils. Longtime stalwarts Kim and Jaravee Boonchant have turned pro, leaving juniors Erica Shepherd and Megan Furtney as the most experienced members of the program. Losing Kim and Boonchant—the former of whom announced her decision to move on to the LPGA just last month—will surely bring about challenges in the early portion of the season. But the early returns this semester have still been promising, despite some iffy weather in January.
Duke knocked off Wake Forest Tuesday, but the last few days have sure been a whirlwind for the program.
Blue Devils, meet Big Apple. Again.
CLEMSON, S.C.— Quite frankly, Duke was never in danger of losing in Littlejohn Coliseum Thursday. That’s typically how it goes when you out rebound your opponent by nine, shoot 13.1% higher from downtown and turn it over just seven times.
CLEMSON, S.C.— Three days after a gut-wrenching defeat against Virginia back in Durham, the Blue Devils ventured into Littlejohn Coliseum for a rematch against Clemson. This time around, Duke came out firing to an early 18-6 lead. Clemson tried to claw back into it, but the Blue Devils were not having much of that, finishing the half on a 20-13 run to take a 38-27 lead into the break. Here are our observations from the first portion of the action.
It's Duke against North Carolina. Coach K's last time in the Dean Dome. Hubert Davis' first time as head coach in the rivalry. Should we go on? As ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas says, this matchup always delivers, and our beats did their best at predicting the outcome of the first installment of this year's series. Saturday's game is set to tip off at 7 p.m. in Chapel Hill.
Round one of arguably the greatest rivalry in all of sports is here.
The first schedule of the Mike Elko era is set.
Amile Jefferson stands at midcourt, cradling a basketball. It’s just under an hour before Duke hosts Clemson, and he is right at home.
For director of track & field and cross country Shawn Wilbourn and his staff, the first two meets of the calendar year were in “evaluation mode.” Well consider that evaluation done, with the Blue Devils grading out pretty darn well.
Standing at 15-3, yet with two losses in its last five games, Duke needs an evaluation.
After a decorated career as a Blue Devil, Gina Kim is making the leap to the LPGA. The Chapel Hill native, who was a freshman on the 2019 national title team and last year’s ACC individual medalist, decided to turn professional and forgo her remaining collegiate eligibility. Kim will attempt to Monday qualify into her first two events, which are set to take place over the next two weeks.