Duke and Clemson battled all night, but the Tigers delivered the final blow Tuesday night.
The Blue Devils and Yellow Jackets battled all night in Atlanta.
No. 2 Duke will travel to McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta to take on Georgia Tech Wednesday night, looking to keep its perfect ACC record in tact.
Duke will be without a key piece of its 2020 freshman class as it continues its ACC slate.
After taking care of business against Brown, Duke welcomes Boston College to Cameron Indoor Stadium for the Blue Devils’ first home ACC contest of the season.
Coming in at No. 4: Duke baseball surprises everyone en route to an NCAA super regional berth, nearly upsetting eventual-national champion Vanderbilt and securing the program’s first College World Series bid since 1961, if it weren’t for one of the greatest performances in college baseball history.
As the 2010s come to a close, The Chronicle decided to compile our own all-decade team consisting of the five most impactful Blue Devil seasons over the last 10 years. Narrowing it down to just five players was not easy, but here are the results.
The Blue Devils will try and replicate their recent Ivy League success as the decade comes to a close, with a matchup against Brown Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Prior to each Duke football game, The Chronicle’s Evan Kolin, Ramona Naseri, Derek Saul, Shane Smith and Dilan Trivedi make their predictions for the contest and we’ll track their records throughout the season.
Bryce Jarvis is one of many key contributors set to return to Duke for the 2020 season.