Duke comes into the gym Tuesday night with a chip on its shoulder, having been bested by No. 4 Michigan State Dec. 1.
There was exactly one thing that went right for the Blue Devils in 60 minutes of play against Miami Saturday night. It occurred at the 14:46 mark of the first quarter.
For a team that has largely relied on its rushing attack to stay in ballgames, Duke must step up in that department over the final two quarters for the Blue Devils to have a fighting chance in the contest.
The Blue Devils head into the matchup as 12-point underdogs, and our beat writers aren't too optimistic about their chances.
Duke marched all over its Conference USA opponent, beating the Charlotte 49ers by a final score of 53-19. It was the Mataeo Durant and Deon Jackson show once again, the rushing attack getting going early and keeping the offense moving.