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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 Middle Tennessee Saturday:
The Blue Devils will head to Murfreesboro to take on Middle Tennessee in their first road game of the season. The Blue Zone gives you a key player to watch from each team on 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 North Carolina A&T Saturday:
Compared with last week’s blowout loss to No. 2 Alabama, Duke should have a much easier time competing with North Carolina A&T. Although an FCS opponent, the Aggies are still a formidable program, squeaking by with a clutch win over Elon in their season opener. The Blue Devils didn’t have much to show for their passing game last weekend, but with a new quarterback and new group of receivers there wasn’t much of an opportunity to exhibit their offensive arsenal against a defense as strong as the Crimson Tide.
With the 2019 Duke football season getting underway Saturday, The Chronicle's football beat writers Derek Saul, Evan Kolin, Ramona Naseri, Dilan Trivedi and Shane Smith give their predictions for the upcoming Blue Devils campaign.
In 2013, the Blue Devils won 10 games—the most in program history.
2018 season: 12-1
A new group of basketball recruits are roaming around campus, and while it’s exciting to welcome the next generation, we can’t even go to the gym without feeling Zion Williamson’s absence.
A lot of buzz has surrounded the Duke football program in recent months, as three-year starting quarterback Daniel Jones was selected with the sixth overall pick in April’s NFL Draft and the Blue Devils will open the season against No. 2 Alabama. Despite the headlines, Duke could be due for a disappointing fall, with a tough schedule and significant personnel losses in tow. Let’s take a look at what to expect from the Blue Devils this fall.
As one of the smallest arenas in the nation, Cameron Indoor Stadium has a charm drawn from its preservation of history.
A few weeks ago, The Chronicle let incoming first-years ask their pressing questions. Here are responses to a selection of sports-themed questions. Please keep in mind that although some questions are straightforward, not every question has one cut-and-dried answer. And don’t forget to tell us your questions at the bottom of this story.
When Cam Reddish entered Duke alongside fellow top-three recruits Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett, the Norristown, Pa., native had big shoes to fill in order to keep up.
Coming off four straight wins, Duke could not wait to get back on the field for a three-game set against Virginia Tech.
Duke men’s basketball 2018-2019 player review: Tre Jones
Duke basketball viewers across the country don’t understand what it is that drives the Cameron Crazies.
R.J. Barrett entered the collegiate chapter of his basketball career as the No. 1 player in his class, so it’s no surprise that the chapter was short.
The top-seeded Blue Devils will take on No. 2 seed Michigan State Sunday at 5:05 p.m. in an Elite Eight matchup, having narrowly survived its Sweet 16 contest against Texas Tech.The Blue Zone gives you three keys on how the Blue Devils can clinch a spot in the Final Four:
Leading up to the first round of the NCAA tournament, The Chronicle will preview one of the four regions in the bracket, touching on the true contenders in the region and potential bracket-busting Cinderellas. After starting with the South, we now move on to the Midwest:
Leading up to the first round of the NCAA tournament, The Chronicle will preview one of the four regions in the bracket, touching on the true contenders in the region and potential bracket-busting Cinderellas. We'll start with the South:
After defeating North Carolina 74-73 Friday night, Duke will play tonight for the ACC tournament title. The Blue Devils will take on Florida State, which upset No. 1 Virginia 69-59 in its semifinal, Saturday night at 8:30 p.m. The Blue Zone breaks down three keys for tonight's contest: