Whoever ends up as Duke’s next athletic director will more or less be remembered by one decision: the hiring of Coach K’s replacement.
It’s in Duke’s best interest to opt out of the season. But in this Prisoner’s Dilemma, every school acting on its own self-interest would cripple the financial pillars the NCAA needs to survive.
The Blue Devils experienced the pain of Duke Math Friday evening.
Let’s take a look at how my ballot compares to the final results.
When some begin to argue that Cutcliffe may not be equipped to lead his team out of this slump, they are lacking a bit of perspective on the state of Duke football before and after Cutcliffe’s arrival.
Though COVID-related obstructions to a normal season should be less prevalent as time goes on, the winter seasons are already beyond normalcy.
Two weeks ago, Duke kicked its schematic aggression into overdrive, fundamentally altering the identity of the team.
At 0-3, there isn’t a reason not to, for now, go in another direction under center.
Everyone needs to take a step back and relax before they hit the panic button on Duke’s season.
There is some serious maintenance work that needs to be done on the Blue Devil defense before this team can be seen as an ACC contender.
If the pandemic has proven anything, it’s that the NCAA has significantly less control over its problems than it would want you to believe.
It seemed like Washington, Kentucky and even Tennessee were jostling at the top for the No. 3 overall prospect, but it was Mike Krzyzewski who swooped in to nab Paolo Banchero.
Regardless of whether college football is played this fall, the players have fundamentally altered the course of the sport forever.
The Blue Devils' success this season will hinge directly on how fast they can figure out who they are.
Considering Lawson to be underqualified for this job would fail to take her varied resumé into account.
While Lawson's hire has been lauded by most, our Em Adler is a bit more skeptical.
The Blue Devils already had to replace 3,194 minutes, 1,267 points and 568 rebounds. Now they have to replace the woman directing all of that.
The NCAA announced Tuesday that its Board of Governors is moving toward allowing student-athletes to profit off of their name, image and likeness (NIL) starting in the 2020-21 school year.