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After its double-overtime loss in Chapel Hill last weekend, Duke football hits the road again, traveling a little farther up to Charlottesville, Va. The Chronicle's beat writers predict whether the Blue Devils can get back on their feet against the Cavaliers:
No. 2 Duke hits the road for the first time this season, heading to Chicago for the 13th annual Champions Classic. The Blue Devils will take on the 18th-ranked Spartans in a heavyweight battle, and The Chronicle's beat writers are here with their predictions on whether Duke will leave the Windy City with a win:
CHAPEL HILL—After losing starting quarterback Riley Leonard for an indefinite amount of time, the latest edition of the fight for the Victory Bell didn’t look like it would be much of a battle.
Duke heads to Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill Saturday night for a clash with hated rival No. 24 North Carolina, hoping to claim the Victory Bell for the first time since 2017. The Chronicle's beat writers are here with their predictions about whether the Blue Devils can get the job done on the road:
Aside from the preseason narrative surrounding the guard room and recruiting, sophomore captain Tyrese Proctor walked onto Coach K Court Nov. 1 and inserted an idea into everyone’s heads: Duke is a shooting team. In the exhibition matchup against UNC Pembroke, the first public Blue Devil play against an external opponent, Proctor made four 3-pointers in less than three minutes.
Friday’s top-15 matchup between the second-ranked Blue Devils and 12th-ranked Wildcats has lived up to its elite billing so far, with both teams locked in a physical battle at Cameron Indoor Stadium. With 20 minutes left to play, Duke trails Arizona 41-33.
The second-ranked Blue Devils stare down a daunting early season test Friday night against No. 12 Arizona at Cameron Indoor Stadium. Ahead of the action, The Chronicle's beat writers are here to offer their predictions about whether Duke can emerge victorious in the teams' first meeting since 2013:
As Duke men's basketball gets ready to tipoff the 2023-24 year, The Chronicle's senior beat writers predict this season of Blue Devil basketball:
Quarterback Riley Leonard will be sidelined for an “extended period of time,” per ESPN’s Pete Thamel, missing Thursday night’s game against Wake Forest. The program did not immediately respond to The Chronicle's request for comment.
Duke returns home for the first time since mid-October with the opportunity to clinch a bowl game against Wake Forest and end its two-game slide. The Chronicle's beat writers are here to offer their predictions for a cold night on the gridiron at Wallace Wade Stadium:
2022-23 record: 25-8, 15-5 in the ACC
You all know his name.
It may not count toward their record, but in their first showing since a March 18 loss to Tennessee in the NCAA tournament, the Blue Devils came out on Coach K Court with a vengeance and topped 100 points in its exhibition against UNC Pembroke.
No. 20 Duke hits the road for the second-consecutive week, taking on No. 18 Louisville in an afternoon showdown between ACC title hopefuls. The Chronicle’s beat writers are here to preview the action before the 3:30 p.m. kickoff:
CHAPEL HILL— The rivalry billing held true. While its history has been one-sided recently, this season’s top-four matchup felt different. But the new talent couldn’t quite conquer the dynasty.
As the beginning of basketball season is near, the Blue Zone provides a detailed preview of each player on Duke men's basketball's 2023-24 roster. We've already looked at Stanley Borden,Spencer Hubbard, Neal Begovich, Jaden Schutt, Christian Reeves, Jaylen Blakes, TJ Power, Ryan Young, Sean Stewart, Caleb Foster, Jared McCain and Mark Mitchell. Next up is senior guard Jeremy Roach:
No. 16 Duke suits up in Tallahassee, Fla., Saturday evening to take on No. 4 Florida State in its biggest ACC clash of the season, with both teams looking to stay undefeated in the conference. The Chronicle's beat writers are here to offer their predictions before the 7:30 p.m. kickoff:
Another No. 1 for Blue Devil head coach Jon Scheyer.
Year two may just be starting, but Duke locked in head coach Jon Scheyer for six more.
The 17th-ranked Blue Devils return to the field Saturday night against visiting N.C. State, hoping to get back in the win column after a gut-wrenching loss to Notre Dame before their bye week. The Chronicle’s beat writers are here to offer their predictions: