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Quinn Cook: Stats Don’t Lie

Less than a month ago, Duke fans were curious who would be their starting point guard.  No clear cut winner in sight, Quinn Cook and Tyler Thornton battled back and forth at each chance they got.  Once the ball dropped on the new season, Quinn Cook took the lead and ...

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Maryland Not Our Rival, Not Our Conference

So the Maryland Terrapins, one of the founding members of the Atlantic Coast Conference, have announced that they will be leaving the conference in 2014. The long time self-viewed outcasts of the Tobacco Road dominated conference now feels that their best option to save or re-energize their financially strapped athletic program ...

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Duke-Kentucky: What We Learned

We can take away a few things from Duke’s 75-68 victory over No.3 Kentucky and we can certainly toss a few other things out but make no mistake the Blue Devils got a big victory. Generally it is best not to make too much out of an early season victory ...

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Are Alex Murphy Concerns Warranted?

The simple answer to the headline is yes, but the more complex answer to that question is not yet. There really are two ways to interpret any questions about Alex Murphy and if his not playing in Duke’s season opener is anything to be concerned about. In my opinion it ...

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Another Blue Devil Podcast – Episode #14

In this episode, Mike and I have a special guest with us, Chris Summerville of We go in-depth on this year’s Duke Basketball team, talk a little recruiting and have a quick football discussion, being we’re on a bye week. Your browser does not support the audio element. Podcast ...

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Exhibitions Over, Duke Begins Quest Friday

Unlike the College Football preseason which seems to drag on forever, the college basketball preseason by comparison seems rather quick despite the inclusion of exhibition games. It seems just like yesterday that Duke kicked off its practice and since then a lot has already happened and here we are just ...

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