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The Blue Devils dropped another.
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The Blue Devils dropped another.
Duke men’s basketball legend Charles “Lefty” Driesell passed away Saturday, per a program release. He was 92.
On Friday evening, The Chronicle’s sports department unanimously elected Trinity sophomore Ranjan Jindal to serve as sports editor of the paper’s 120th volume.
In a game that featured two seven-footers, the leading rebounder in Saturday’s matinee win against Boston College was the man whose voice rang through the speakers in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
On the back of a midweek win against Notre Dame, No. 9 Duke continues its three-game homestand Saturday afternoon at Cameron Indoor Stadium against Boston College. After a tight first half, the Blue Devils lead the Eagles 36-32:
It was a bit of a rocky road last year for Duke. After a stellar 2022 regular season that featured a consistent top-10 ranking, the Blue Devils struggled pretty immediately in the postseason, falling in their first matchup of the ACC tournament and in their second of the NCAA tournament. The disappointment only continued into 2023. Conference play was Duke’s Achilles’ Heel. After a 6-2 ACC slate in 2022, the Blue Devils ended at 1-8 in the 2023 regular season.
At long last, the day is nearly here. The Tobacco Road rivalry kicks off Saturday evening in Chapel Hill in a top-10 showdown with storylines for miles. While the outcome of this one is anyone's guess, The Chronicle's beat writers (and North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper) preview the game and offer their predictions:
When Millie Caughey was accepted into Duke as a Robertson Scholar, her friend asked her for her thoughts on Zion ... Williamson, that is. She thought they were asking about the National Park.
BLACKSBURG, Va.—Another test aced.
On Tuesday evening in Louisville, Ky., Duke’s starting five featured a preseason All-American, two freshman and two players returning from injury. On the bench sat the team’s 6-foot-5 all-star point guard, a 19-year-old reclassified sophomore with sky-high expectations.
On the road for the first time since an early January trip to Pittsburgh, No. 12 Duke and Louisville are duking it out Tuesday night at the KFC Yum! Center. With 20 minutes to play, the Blue Devils hold a 45-34 advantage:
The Blue Devils hit the gridiron one final time this year for a Birmingham Bowl battle with Troy. Ahead of today’s noon kickoff, read up on what The Chronicle’s beat writers forecast for the finale of an eventful season:
NEW YORK—No Tyrese Proctor, no problem.
The 21st-ranked Blue Devils make a familiar trip up to New York for a battle with top-10 Baylor Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden for the final heavyweight clash of their nonconference slate. Ahead of the 7 p.m. tipoff, The Chronicle's beat writers are here with their predictions about whether Duke can emerge with a win:
It is time for a new era in Durham.
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.
The seventh-ranked Blue Devils stare down their first real road battle of the season Wednesday in Fayetteville, Ark., against the talented but hurting Razorbacks. The Chronicle’s beat writers are here to predict how Duke will fare in its first installment of the ACC/SEC Challenge, and whether it can emerge with a win at a hostile Bud Walton Arena:
With former head coach Mike Elko’s time at Duke officially over, let’s walk back through what happened while he was here — a very eventful 716 days full of triumphs, heartbreak and plenty of milestones.
After dropping its road contest against Virginia a week ago, the Blue Devils return home one final time in 2023 for a clash with Pittsburgh at Wallace Wade Stadium. The Chronicle’s beat writers are here for one final time this regular season to forecast whether Duke can emerge with a win:
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.—Virginia has come out on the wrong side of five close games this season. Against the Blue Devils, it decided to finish the job.