Digital Strategy Director for Vol. 115, Michael was previously Sports Editor for Vol. 114 and Assistant Blue Zone Editor for Vol. 113. Michael is a senior majoring in Statistical Science and is interested in data analytics and using data to make insights.
Despite coming off of back-to-back NCAA super regional appearances, this season's Duke team very well could be the best iteration of the Blue Devils in the last three years.
At 6 p.m. Saturday, No. 12 Duke will take on a sub-.500 North Carolina squad in its regular season finale.
Here are Duke students’ thoughts on the lining up and pregame experience according to results collected from The Chronicle’s survey.
After Monday’s victory against N.C. State, however, the Crazies were treated to something extra special.
Veterans Jordan Goldwire and Justin Robinson provided the spark the 12th-ranked Blue Devils needed to erase another poor start and ultimately avoid a third consecutive defeat.
If you were asked ‘Which three Blue Devils are going to lead the team?’, the response would seem simple at first. Tre Jones and Vernon Carey are easy answers, but the third is a whole lot trickier.
Here are five observations from the opening period.