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After an impressive season opener against Pittsburgh earlier this month, Duke will look to take down Florida State and Queens University of Charlotte Friday evening.
Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer broke his collarbone in the season opener, but returned to the field last week against Miami and will be under center against Duke Saturday.
The Blue Devils rewrote the record books Saturday at Taishoff Aquatic Pavilion, beating Pittsburgh in the process.
Linebacker Dwayne Norman has been a key stopper in the Duke defense of late, registering 21 tackles in his last two games.
Running back Shaquille Powell rushed for three scores last week against then-No. 20 Georgia Tech, but will face a stiff challenge this week against a very tough Boston College defense.
Safety Jeremy Cash paced the Blue Devils with 12 tackles against Georgia Tech, and he was one of three Duke defenders to take home ACC Player of the Week honors Monday.
Senior Zach Mathers cut the deficit to one goal with time to spare in the second half, but the Blue Devils could not find the equalizer against the Tar Heels Saturday night in Chapel Hill.
The Blue Devil defense swarmed Patrick Skov and the Yellow Jacket rushers all afternoon, holding Georgia Tech—which entered the contest averaging more than 350 rushing yards per game—to just 173 Saturday.