Duke Blue Devils Headlines
Duke Blue Devils Headlines
Anthony Gill scored 17 points to lead four Virginia players in double figures and the second-ranked Cavaliers beat Syracuse 59-47 on Monday night to capture the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title for the second straight year.
While Kentucky remained the unanimous No. 1 in the latest AP Top 25 released Monday, much of the rest of the poll saw movement, including Duke jumping up to No. 3.
Duke University leaders had nothing to add Monday to a report in the student newspaper that linked former basketball player Rasheed Sulaimon to sexual assaults on female students.
NC State needed one of two scenarios to happen Sunday to earn a Day 1 bye in the ACC Women's Tournament - neither happened. Duke needed to beat North Carolina Sunday to earn the No. 4 seed and a double-bye in the bracket - they used a big second half rally to get it.
No. 16 Duke dug out of a huge hole, and 15th-ranked North Carolina almost did, too. No lead was safe in this fierce rivalry -- until a freshman hit some unlikely free throws.
Justise Winslow swished a big 3-pointer for No. 4 Duke, and turned to find something unusual: coach Mike Krzyzewski reaching to give him a high-five.
As hot as Quinn Cook has been shooting lately, No. 4 Duke can't afford to not have him on the court.
Duke freshman center Jahlil Okafor is one of 14 finalists for the 2015 Oscar Robertson Trophy, as announced by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) Thursday.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is starting to see, and feel, the effects of having a short-handed roster.
Duke's Quinn Cook scored seven points in OT to carry the Blue Devils to a 91-86 win over Virginia Tech.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski says center Jahlil Okafor's sprained left ankle is improving.
North Carolina State honored Kay Yow on Sunday -- first by wearing pink, then by duplicating one of the late coach's last big upsets.
No. 4 Duke was shorter and faster without Jahlil Okafor. The Blue Devils were no less dominant.
The venue that many consider the crown jewel of college basketball, Cameron Indoor Stadium on the campus of Duke University, turned 75 years old this season.
You can bet UNC, Kentucky and other teams with Duke on the schedule are aware that consensus No. 1 pick Jahlil Oakfor is shooting less than 55 percent from the foul line.
Duke center Jahlil Okafor's left foot is in a protective boot and his status for Saturday's game against Clemson has yet to be determined.
Back and forth they went, trading big leads, shots and chances to win both in regulation and overtime.
At the Duke ticket office, a question about whether weather would force the game to be postponed or rescheduled was met with a simple, "No."
There are certainly other great match ups and annual series in college basketball. But, there's only one national rivalry. Fortunately for us, it's right up the street.
Duke is 5-0 since the dismissal of Rasheed Sulaimon from the team. Lineup changes have made little impact at the school down the road. The Devils and Tar Heels meet at 9 p.m. Wednesday (WRAL-TV, 620 AM The Buzz)
Jahlil Okafor has made it look easy for No. 4 Duke.
This is the week we've all been waiting for, a rivalry that has stood the test of both time and conference expansion. That's right, Louisville-Syracuse.
Notre Dame rode Jewell Loyd's leadership, smothering defense and clutch 3-point shooting to beat Duke.
Ever wonder how Duke students can live comfortably in their tents for weeks on end -- day and night? Take a tour of some of the most identifiable tents to find out.
Kentucky is the unanimous No. 1 choice in The Associated Press Top 25 for the third straight week.
When Duke fans think of Thomas Sirk, chances are his running skills are what come to mind. After all, Sirk did lead the Blue Devils last season with eight rushing touchdowns.
Junior Michael Matuella tossed six scoreless inning and freshman Justin Bellinger hit a two-run homer as Duke defeated California, 7-1, Friday evening at Evans Diamond.
North Carolina visits Cameron Indoor Stadium on February 18th. One Duke fan would like to see fellow fans recognize the death of Dean Smith with a special tribute.
Duke University's 2015 spring game will be played at Brooks Practice Facility and be closed to the public due to ongoing construction at Wallace Wade Stadium, the school announced Tuesday.
Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe and his eighth Blue Devil squad will open spring practice on Friday morning at the program's Brooks Practice Facility.