The Blue Devils’ seven turnovers are easy to blame for the team's 38-20 loss at Virginia Saturday, and rightfully so, but the lack of a run game is equally at fault.
The Blue Devils dropped their third straight in a turnover-filled loss to Virginia.
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Turnovers were once again the story for head coach David Cutcliffe’s squad.
The Blue Devils started out ahead but quickly lost the momentum, trailing 17-10 heading into the locker room.
In a press release Wednesday, the team announced starting cornerbacks Mark Gilbert and Josh Blackwell received surgery and will both be out indefinitely.
Saturday marks the first time Virginia will take the field this season, and Duke is praying the Cavaliers play like it.
For Duke, this week is all about forgetting about the past and moving forward.
The Blue Devils will be without both of their starting cornerbacks for the foreseeable future.
In order to slow down Virginia’s offense, Chris Rumph II and the rest of the defensive line will need to step their game up.
Duke is going to have a long, uphill battle against the Virginia Cavaliers this Saturday.
The Blue Devils were hampered by five turnovers and red zone woes in their loss to the Eagles.
Explosive. With former Clemson Tiger Chase Brice transferring in and David Cutcliffe assuming play-calling duties, that was the word that was supposed to define Duke’s offense this season.
In a fan-less Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke fell in its home-opener 26-6 Saturday.
It's been another low-scoring contest so far, with Boston College leading 7-6.
Here are our beats' takes on the Blue Devils’ home-opener against Boston College Saturday, which pits Duke as a 5.5-point favorite.