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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Duke’s David Cutcliffe Has Priorities Straight

As the members of the media waited in a rain storm all crowded under a small overhang outside the Duke locker room waiting on Duke coach David Cutcliffe to address them, I couldn’t help but smile. Being part of that group I’ll admit

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Duke vs Wake Forest Post Game Review

Where do I begin? This was a typical Duke vs Wake Forest matchup. There were crazy officiating calls (After further review it is 3rd down.) There were odd plays in the game. One where Jela Duncan could have  walked into the

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Interview with Rasheed Sulaimon

You know Countdown to Craziness is fast approaching when we start hearing from our Freshman. Below is a GoDuke interview with Rasheed Sulaimon. He sounds mature beyond his years, much like some of our greatest legends. He is going to

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Ishmail Wainright Cuts His List to Four

Ishmail Wainright, a top 25 small forward out of Raytown Missouri, announced he has cut his list of schools down to four. Though we have not heard much from the Wainright camp this fall, he was still perceived as one

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The Mayor Interviews the Voice of the Blue Devils, Bob Harris

In part-two of Duke Report’s feature on Bob Harris, the famous broadcaster was gracious enough to answer some questions from Ken Lang – the Tobacco Road Mayor. Bob and the Mayor discuss everything from Bob’s favorite moments behind the microphone

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Replacing Duke’s Other Legend

Many people have asked who might replace Mike Krzyzewski when he retires. It’s an important question and one that no one can answer just yet. But there’s another man that might prove to be nearly as irreplaceable. He also sits

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Jabari Parker set to Visit Duke, Vonleh Reclassifies

Often regarded as the number one recruit in the nation, Jabari Parker is a hot commodity for most top programs. Sports Illustrated even went as far as proclaiming him the best high school basketball player since current NBA superstar, LeBron

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Duke Sports Blog Auction To Benefit Blair Holliday Fund

The Duke Sports Blog is proud to announce its first ever auction. They have set up an auction through Ebay of an autographed 2012 Duke Football poster. Mike has been working on this for a few weeks but has finally gotten

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The Lance Thomas Case is Over, Questions Remain

Thomas, who supposedly put $30,000 down on nearly $100,000 of gaudy jewelry at a high end store in New York during December of the 2009 season and then never paid the balance, settled with the jeweler last week. For most

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Another Blue Devil Podcast – Episode #10

In this episode, Mike and I discuss the NCCU game, the upcoming Memphis game, Notre Dame joining the ACC, the Lance Thomas situation, the Redskins and Mike mocks how many movies I haven’t seen.

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Trey Lyles: Duke’s Newest Offer

Overview In the class of 2014, Duke’s recruiting interest has basically revolved around two players: Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor. Well, it’s time to throw another name into that mix. Trey Lyles, ESPN’s seventh ranked player in the class of

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