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You may not have watched the game, but you've probably seen the photograph: Mike Krzyzewski flanked by Deron Williams and Jason Kidd, sporting a dozen gold medals-proof that a game played in the middle of the night really happened, that a supposedly undersized squad could run up a perfect record in Beijing, that a collection of NBA stars could come together as a true team.
:23.2, U-M 79-71: Henderson's 3 hits the front of the iron, and he has to foul. That's it for now--reactions later from Duke's first loss of the year.
Too little, too late. Again.
It’s that time of year again. Bring out the turkey, football, pumpkin pie and… basketball?
Exceeding expectations, one game at a time
Photo by Ian Soileau/The Chronicle
You don't know what you've got till it's gone
FOURTH QUARTER 10:20: Clemson 31- Duke 0 - Even though there are still 11 minutes left, we'll be signing off from Memorial Stadium as Clemson continues to hold onto its commanding lead. Duke moves to 4-6 with two games left against Virginia Tech and North Carolina. Check back later for the final and perhaps some postgame thoughts.
Photo by Lawson Kurtz/The Chronicle
Here, here! Welcome all to the first installment of what we ambitiously hope to be a weekly diagnosis and prognosis of the week that was and the week ahead in Duke Athletics. A quick-hitting canvas of the entire sports scene, this shall strive to be your source for concise, informative and (fingers crossed) humorous breakdown of the continuously fluid athletic landscape. So, without further ado...
After a short time off, we're back with another postgame audio breakdown. This time, writers David Ungvary and Matthew Iles, who covered the game in Winston-Salem, discuss Wake Forest's 33-30 overtime win over Duke this Saturday. From the game-deciding interception, to the missed game-winning field goal at the end of regulation, to the poor execution of the special teams, we break down just how and why the Blue Devils managed to let another close one slip away. Feel free to drop comments below.
FIRST OVERTIME, Wake Forest 33 - Duke 30: On second down, Lewis had a wide open Riley down the right seam, but took too long to throw it and floated it when he did. Alphonso Smith came from the right sideline and made a great interception at the ball's highest point to end the game. Final.
Senior wide receiver Eron Riley, who was listed as questionable with a hand injury, will start this afternoon against Georgia Tech. Yellow Jacket starting QB Josh Nesbitt, however, did not dress. Jaybo Shaw will start in his place.
After Duke's bye week, we're back to preview the Blue Devils' ACC opener against Virginia Saturday at noon in Wallace Wade Stadium. The crummy weather forced us inside to the hallowed halls of 301 Flowers, home of The Chronicle.
With a bye week to spare, Duke quarterback Thaddeus Lewis and wideout Eron Riley caught up with Chronicle reporters last Friday to tell us more about the men behind the facemasks. Find out about the Blue Devils' favorite foods, music and movies, and why Riley and Lewis' relationship got off on the wrong foot two years ago in Part I of this two-part video series. Tell us what you think in the comments section below!
With Duke's 2-1 start to the season getting the attention of virtually everyone in the Durham and ACC community, it's no wonder some of that momentum has also spilled over into the program's recruiting efforts.
We’re back for another week of video podcasting our preview for this weekend’s Duke-Navy game Saturday at noon in Wallace Wade Stadium. We've shifted spots again—this time, we're looking at the Clocktower Quad and Main West Quadrangle is right behind us. The Blue Devils walk right through the area when they embark on their Devil Walk to the stadium two and a half hours before their Saturday tilts.
Sports Editor Ben Cohen and Sports Managing Editor Matthew Iles met Monday afternoon to review and analyze Duke's 24-20 loss to Northwestern Saturday night. This time, the audios are accompanied by Chronicle photographer's shots, including those from Lawson Kurtz and Crystal Bai. Apologies for the microphone problems—we're still working on the glitches.