Duke Blue Devils Headlines
Duke Blue Devils Headlines
It was conference openers for the Triangle Trio Saturday in the ACC and for the first time since Oct. 3, 2009, all three lost on the same day.
Duke Johnson rushed for 155 yards and a touchdown, Brad Kaaya threw for two more scores including a fourth-down connection during a rainstorm, and Miami defeated Duke 22-10 on Saturday night.
Given the way Duke's offense has piled up yards and points against Miami over the last two years, it's easy to see why Hurricanes' defensive end Anthony Chickillo was a little confused about the status of the rivalry.
Duke backup quarterback Thomas Sirk is questionable for Saturday night's game at Miami with a muscle injury.
The home of Duke football, Wallace Wade Stadium, will undergo renovations following the 2014 season, Vice President and Director of Athletics Dr. Kevin White announced Wednesday.
Duke is sizing up Saturday's showdown in South Beach as its proving ground once again.
Duke offensive lineman Laken Tomlinson is on a quest to for a career in medicine after his Grandfather's death.
Bryon Fields and fourth-string running back Joseph Ajeigbe each returned interceptions for touchdowns in Duke's 47-13 rout of Tulane on Saturday.
The Blue Devils are 4-0 heading to Miami this week. But, in spite of the perfect record the first four games have been a mixed bag of ups and downs.
Duke insists it won't get caught looking past Tulane.
Mike Krzyzewski says his side job as coach of U.S. national team does not give him an unfair advantage at Duke.
Most college football players grow up dreaming of running out of a tunnel, achieving greatness on a college football field but Duke offensive lineman Laken Tomlinson's childhood was very different.
When Jeremy Cash came to Duke, the Devils were still building - now the star safety's building a new attitude for a Devils team coming off back to back bowl games.
Duke's strength of schedule so far may not blow any critics away but how they have gotten to 3-0 speaks volumes.
The accolades keep coming in for Duke freshman running back Shaun Wilson after his record-setting day Saturday as he was named the ACC Rookie of the Week Monday.
The Week 3 coaching grades are in and it's a first. Larry Fedroa and UNC had the weekend off, but everyone who played aced his test.
The Blue Devils took care of business against an inferior opponent, cruising to a 41-3 win.
Can the ACC go undefeated for a second consecutive week against non-conference opponents?
Duke head coach David Cutcliffe and Kansas coach Charlie Weis share a kindred coaching connection.
The Week 2 coaching grades are posted and the only 'A' in the area goes to Duke's David Cuttcliffe.
Duke quarterback Anthony Boone threw for a touchdown and ran for two more as the Blue Devils overcame a slow start to ease past Troy Saturday, 34-17.
Garner running back Nyheim Hines announced his final seven schools on Wednesday evening.
Duke, NC State and North Carolina all won their opening games. That has happened just once in the past 25 years. Only in 1994 did we begin the second week of the season with all three schools sitting on 1-0.
In week two the Blue Devils will head down to Alabama to face Troy, aiming for another victory Saturday.
Okay, summer school's finally over and the coaching grades are in for the first real-time tests of 2014.
According to a tweet from Brandon Ingram on Sunday, his final list of schools includes Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, NC State, North Carolina and UCLA.
Steve Spurrier stepped in front of the media at Wallace Wade stadium and congratulated current Blue Devils head coach David Cutcliffe on winning the Coastal Division last season, comparing it to the season his team put together in 1989.
What a difference a few years makes. Duke has become more than respectable, they have become viable.
Anthony Boone had four touchdown passes and Duke had no trouble with Elon in the season opener at Wallace Wade Stadium as they beat Elon 52-13. Jamison Crowder and Issac Blakeney caught two touchdowns apiece, finishing with 93 and 45 receiving yards, respectively
Chapel Hill will be the site of the ACC regular-season finale between Duke and North Carolina as announced by the league Wednesday when the full conference schedule were revealed.