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3-29-15: Duke punched their ticket to the Final Four on Sunday night with a 66-52 win over Gonzaga at NRG Stadium in Houston. They will now play the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday, April 4 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
3-3-15: The #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils extended their winning streak to six straight games last week with a pair of victories including the ultimate rivalry game against the North Carolina Tarheels. Duke convincingly beat Syracuse before squeaking by UNC improving their overall record to 23-3 while pushing their ACC Conference record to 10-3. Duke currently stands third in the ACC trailing Virginia and Notre Dame in the conference with just five games remaining before March Madness begins. Duke started their week off by staying at home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the ACC rivals in the Clemson Tigers. During the contest the Blue Devils extended their winning streak to seven straight games with a blowout 78-56 victory over Clemson without their star player Jahlil Okafor. Quinn Cook picked up the scoring slack for Duke scoring 27 points while Justise Winslow added 20 points in the victory for the Blue Devils. Meanwhile Clemson had just one player that scored in double figures in Jaron Blossomgame who had 10 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Tigers. The Blue Devils put their now seven game winning streak on the line in their final game of the week on the road inside Cassell Coliseum when the team faces off with the Virginia Tech Hokies. During the contest Virginia Tech pushed Duke to the limit and actually forced an overtime period putting the Blue Devils on upset alert. The Duke scoring attack was led by Jahlil Okafor who had 30 points while Quinn Cook added 26 points in an eventual91-86 victory over the Hokies. The Virginia Tech offense was run through Jalen Hudson who had 23 points off the bench but it was not enough in the loss for the Hokies. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 25-3 (12-3 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team stays home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Syracuse Orange and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
2-20-15: The #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils extended their winning streak to four straight games last week with a pair of impressive victories over the #10 ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Florida State Seminoles. With the pair of victories Duke improved their record to 21-3 on the season while pushing their ACC Conference record to 8-3 in the ACC. Duke started their week off by traveling to the Carrier Dome to take on the Syracuse Orange. During the game Syracuse pushed Duke to the limits and had the team on upset alert for much of the night before the Blue Devils survived and won the game by the final
score of 80-72. Syracuse surprisingly had a three point lead after the first half before Duke came back
with a big second half to win the game behind 23 points from Jahlil Okafor and 17 points from Quinn
Cook. In the loss the Orange attack was led by 27 points from Michael Gbinije while Tyler Roberson
added 19 points but it was not enough on the night for Syracuse. Duke took their five game winning
streak and put it on the line in their final game of the week at home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium
against the #12 ranked North Carolina Tarheels. During the contest regulation could not decide a winner
between these two and an overtime period was needed. Even with the extra period this game went
down to the final buzzer with Duke winning in dramatic fashion by the final score of 92-90. Tyus Jones
and Quick Cook each had 22 points for Duke while Justise Winslow added 16 points in the victory for the
Blue Devils. In the loss the UNC attack was led by 18 points each from Kennedy Meeks and Brice Johnson
but it was not enough for the Tarheels. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 23-3
(10-3 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team stays home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host
to the Clemson Tigers before finishing their week on the road inside Cassell Coliseum against the Virginia Tech Hokies.
2-17-15:The #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils avenged a loss to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish last week by blowing
out the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and the #2 ranked Virginia Cavaliers. With the pair of victories Duke
pushed their overall record to 19-3 on the season while improving their ACC Conference record to 6-3
on the season. Duke started their week off by staying at home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play
host to their ACC rivals in the #10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish. During the contest the Blue Devils sent a
statement to the rest of Men’s College Basketball with a blowout 90-60 victory over the Fighting Irish.
Duke posted an impressive 50 points in the first half doubling-up the Fighting Irish behind 20 points from
Jahlil Okafor and 19 points from Justise Winslow. In the loss the Notre Dame offensive attack was led by
15 points from Steve Vasturia but it was not enough in the loss for the Fighting Irish. Duke would then
travel to Florida State’s Donald L. Tucker Center to take on the Florida State Seminoles. During the
contest Duke seemingly had the game well in hand during the first half but the Seminoles forged a
comeback in the second half. Duke took a eight point lead with them into the locker room at halftime
before Florida State’s Devon Bookert scored 23 points and lead the second half comeback attempt. In
the end the Blue Devils Quinn Cook was too much for the Seminoles as he scored 26 points in the 73-70
victory for Duke. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 21-3 (8-3 ACC). Catch Duke
next week as the team travels to the Carrier Dome to take on the Syracuse Orange before finishing their
week off at home in Cameron Indoor Stadium playing host to the #12 ranked North Carolina Tarheels.
2-6-15: The #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils came into last week with two straight upset losses still fresh on their minds and a chip on their shoulder. Duke took out their frustrations on St. John’s to begin their week and push their winning streak back up to three straight games before Notre Dame came to town and upset the Blue Devils. With the loss Duke’s overall ranking dropped to 17-3 on the season while their ACC Conference record dropped to 4-3. Duke started their week off by making the trip to Virginia to take on the #2 ranked team in Men’s College Basketball in the Virginia Cavaliers inside John Paul Jones Arena. During the contest of two Top 5 ranked teams the fans knew they were in for a shootout pretty early in the game. Duke took a narrow one point lead at halftime before both teams really picked up the pace and the tempo in the second half combining for 81 points. Jahlil Okafor had an off night for Duke finishing with just 10 points but Tyus Jones picked up the scoring slack leading the Blue Devils with 17 points as Duke took down Virginia by the final score of 69-63. The Cavaliers attack was led by 17 points from Malcolm Brogdon but it was not enough in the loss for the #2 ranked Virginia. Duke then traveled back home to Cameron Indoor Stadium to finish their week off against their ACC rivals in the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. During the contest the Yellow Jackets actually played the Blue Devils close for much of the contest but Duke was able to survive and beat Georgia Tech by the final score of 72-66. Georgia Tech had three starters that scored in double figures in the contest including Chris Bolden’s 16 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Yellow Jackets. Meanwhile Duke was led by 17 points from Quinn Cook while three others scored in double digits in the victory for the Blue Devils. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 19-3 (6-3 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team stays home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish before finishing their week inside Donald L. Tucker Center when the team takes on the Florida State Seminoles.
2-3-15: The #5 ranked Duke Blue Devils bounced back with a pair of ACC conference victories after losing their first two games of the season the week prior. Duke avenged losses to Miami and NC State last week with convincing wins over ranked Louisville and Pittsburgh to push their overall record to 16-2 and their ACC Conference record to 4-2. Duke looked to continue their push towards the top of Men’s College Basketball and the ACC this week with another pair of tough ACC match ups. Duke started their week off by traveling to Madison Square Garden to take on the St. John’s Red Storm from the Big East Conference. During the contest St. John’s actually took a slim 43-39 lead with them into the halftime before the Blue Devils reminded the nation why the team has been ranked so highly all season. Duke had four starters that scored in double figures in the contest while Justise Winslow surprisingly was held scoreless in the contest in 10 minutes. St. John’s also had four players that scored in double figures from their starting five but the team got exactly zero points from their bench in an eventual 77-68 loss to Duke. Tyus Jones led the Blue Devils will 22 points as Duke’s head coach Mike Krzyzewski won his 1,000th game. Coach K and the team then traveled to Notre Dame looking for victory #1,001 inside Purcell Pavilion to take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to finish their week. During the contest Duke seemingly had the game in hand after one half as the Blue Devils took a three point lead into the halftime. Jahlil Okafor led Duke in scoring with 22 points and in rebounding as well with 17 rebounds but the Blue Devil’s defense let the team down in the second half. Notre Dame led by 23 points from Jerian Grant pushed towards a second half comeback that ended in a 77-73 upset victory over Duke. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 17-3 (4-3 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team travels to Virginia’s John Paul Jones Arena to take on the #2 Virginia Cavaliers before finishing their week off back at home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.
1-26-15: The #4 ranked Duke Blue Devils came into this new week after suffering back to back upset losses to theMiami Hurricanes and NC State Wolfpack. With the pair of losses, both inside the ACC, Duke’s overall record dropped to 14-2 while their ACC Conference record dropped to 2-2. Duke started their week off by traveling to Louisville’s KFC Yum! Arena to take on the #6 ranked Louisville Cardinals. During the contest Duke’s defense was too much to overcome for Louisville, especially in the first half where the Cardinals managed just 20 points as a team. The Cardinals leading scorer in the contest was Terry Rozier who scored 17 points but it was not enough in the 63-52 loss at the hands of Duke. The Blue Devils attack was led by 19 points from Amile Jefferson and 18 points from Jahlil Okafor as Duke went on to easily handle Louisville. For Duke’s final contest of the week the team stayed home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Pittsburgh Panthers. During the contest Duke posted a huge first half outscoring the Panthers by 16 points en route to an easy 79-65 victory. The leading scorer for the Blue Devils was Tyus Jones who scored 22 points while Jahlil Okafor added 14 in the victory for Duke. Meanwhile Pittsburgh did their best to stage a second half comeback behind 21 points from Jamel Artis but it was not nearly enough in the loss for the Panthers. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 16-2 (4-2 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team spends the week out on the road first facing off with the St. John’s Red Storm out on the road before traveling to Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion to take on the #12 Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
1-22-15: The Duke Blue Devils came into the new week still ranked at #2 in Men’s College Basketball and still undefeated with a perfect 14-0 record. Duke began conference play last week and is already 2-0 in ACC play this season with wins over Boston College and Wake Forest. Duke started their week off by traveling to NC State’s PNC Arena to take on their ACC rivals the NC State Wolfpack. During the contest NC State put Duke on upset alert early in the contest as the Wolfpack took a four point lead with them into the locker room at half time. NC State did nothing but extend their lead over Duke in the second half behind 21 points from Trevor Lacey and 16 points from Ralston Turner. Jahlil Okafor did his best to lead the team back and attempted to keep their perfect season alive leading all scorers with23 points while Quinn Cook added 18 points but it was not enough. After the final buzzer rang the Duke Blue Devils had suffered their first loss of the season 87-75 to the NC State Wolfpack. Duke looked to avenge their loss in their final game of the week when the team stayed home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Miami Hurricanes. During the contest the Blue Devils were obviously reeling after the upset loss and it showed in their on the court play against Miami. The Hurricanes offensive attack was led by 24 points from Angel Rodriguez while Miami handed Duke their second straight loss of the season in blowout fashion. When all was said and done the Hurricanes beat the Blue Devils by the final score of 90-74 despite 18 points from Quinn Cook. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-2 (2-2 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team travels to Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center to take on the Louisville Cardinals before returning home to Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Pittsburgh Panthers.
1-12-15: The Duke Blue Devils have won their first 12 games of the Men’s College Basketball season including a perfect 7-0 record at home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium. That record is good for the #2 ranking in the nation trailing only the Kentucky Wildcats in the country. Duke started their week off by staying home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to their ACC rival’s the Boston College Eagles. During the contest Jahlil Okafor once again led the way for the Blue Devils and led the team to victory in their first ACC conference game of the season. Okafor led all scorers during the game when he dropped 28 points on Boston College’s defense. Duke held the Eagles to just 22 points in the first half and despite Boston College posting 40 points in the second half the Blue Devils still held on for an 85-62 victory. The Eagles attack was led by 22 points from Olivier Hanlan but it was not enough in the loss to the second best team in the nation this season to date. For Duke’s final game of the week the team traveled to Lawrence Joel Coliseum to take on another ACC foe in the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. During the contest the Blue Devils usually reliable star player Jahlil Okafor had an off night shooting scoring just 12 points but luckily for Duke Fans Justise Winslow was there to pick up the slack. Winslow finished the contest with 20 points as Duke was able to hold off Wake Forest by the final score of 73-65. The Demon Deacons attack was led by 24 points from Devin Thomas but it was not enough in the loss to Duke. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-0 (2-0 ACC). Catch Duke next week as the team travels to NC State to take on the NC State Wolfpack before returning home to finish their week off against the Miami Hurricanes.
1-2-15: The Duke Blue Devils came into this week ranked as the #2 ranked team in Men’s College Basketball with a perfect 10-0 record. Duke is prepping for their ACC Conference schedule and has just a few primer games left outside of the conference. Duke started their week off by staying inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to play host to the Toledo Rockets. During the contest the Blue Devils shot a very impressive 56% from the field as a team behind a big 27 point night from Jahlil Okafor in an 86-69 victory over Toledo. The Rockets attack was led by 19 points from Julius Brown but the Duke defense forced tough shots all night long. The Blue Devils dominated the boards collecting more rebounds than Toledo while forcing a total of 13 turnovers in the victory, their 11th consecutive win of the season. Duke had one more game for the week inside Cameron Indoor Stadium when the team stayed home to play host to the Wofford Terriers. Once again Okafor led the way for the Blue Devils scoring 24 points while Justise Winslow added 16 points in another rout for Duke. Despite Wofford’s leading scorer Karl Cochran scoring 13 points in the contest Duke easily went on to beat Wofford by the final score of 84-55 to keep their perfect season alive. Duke finished their week off by posting an overall record of 12-0 which will likely keep the team ranked #2 in Men’s College Basketball. Catch Duke next week as the team stays home inside Cameron Indoor Stadium to host the Boston College Eagles before finishing their week off on the road in Wake Forest taking on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
12-26-14: The Duke Blue Devils came into the week with a perfect 10-0 record on the season which propelled the team all the way to the #2 ranking in the country. With many schools and their basketball programs taking a Christmas and holidays break Duke took the week off to rest up before continuing their schedule next week when ACC Conference play begins. To date Duke has taken advantage of a weak schedule for the most part with the exceptions being victories over the then #2 ranked Wisconsin Badgers and the #19 ranked Michigan State Spartans to post the perfect 10-0 record. Duke has boasted the 7th best offense in the nation in terms of points per game as the Blue Devils have scored an average of 85.4 points per game in this young season behind freshman center and leading scorer Jahlil Okafor. Okafor is averaging 17.4 points per game while grabbing a team high 8.9 rebounds per game for a Duke squad that is 4th best in the nation in field goal percentage as a team. Duke has been so successful this season due to a strong defense and a great offense that has not won a game by less than 10 points all season long. Catch Duke next week as the team hosts the Toledo Rockets and the Wofford Terriers at home in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
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In total, Duke has won 16 NCAA team national championships and has been a dominant force in conference play. Duke is best known for its men’s basketball program, which has won five national championships and its women’s golf program that has won six national championships. Men’s basketball program has also won 24 ACC Tournament championships and 22 ACC regular season championships. Duke’s men’s basketball program has produced many notable basketball players and coaches, including Mike Krzyzewski, Danny Ferry, Christian Laettner, Grant Hill, Elton Brand, Shane Battier, and Jay Williams. In terms of wins, Duke is the fourth winningest program in college basketball history. While the men’s basketball team receives much of the attention, the women’s golf program has been just as successful. Since 2000, the women’s golf program has won 90 percent of its matches! Women’s golf has won 13 ACC championships. Duke’s football program was once a laughing stock, but the program has rebounded in recent years. During the 2014 season, Duke won nine games and has become a program to watch in the upcoming years.
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2015 Duke Blue Devils Football Schedule
Sept. 3 at Tulane Green Wave
Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA - 9:30 p.m. ET
Sep. 12 - North Carolina Central Eagles
Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC - 6:00 p.m. ET
Sep. 19 - Northwestern Wildcats
Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC - 12:30 p.m. ET
Sep. 26 - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC - TBA
Oct. 3 - Boston College Eagles (HC)
Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC - TBA
Oct. 10 at Army Black Knights
Michie Stadium, West Point, NY - 12:00 p.m. ET
Oct. 17 - Open Date
Oct. 24 at Virginia Tech Hokies
Lane Stadium, Blacksburg, VA - TBA
Oct. 31 - Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC - TBA
Nov. 7 at North Carolina Tar Heels
Kenan Memorial Stadium, Chapel Hill, NC - TBA
Nov. 14 - Pittsburgh Panthers
Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC - TBA
Nov. 21 at Virginia Cavaliers
Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, VA - TBA
Nov. 28 at Wake Forest Demon Deacons
BB&T Field, Winston-Salem, NC - TBA
Dec. 5 - ACC Championship Game
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC - TBA