Posted by Laura Keeley on February 26, 2015
Leading up to the game at Virginia Tech, Jahlil Okafor wasnt healthy enough to practice. His left sprained ankle was still swollen and stiff, so that left Duke with just seven scholarship players.
Doesnt exactly give the Blue Devils enough bodies for a scrimmage
"A big thing, for me, is Ive had to really tone down practices As a result, you get slippage," Mike Krzyzewski said after Dukes 91-86 overtime win at Virginia Tech. "The main slippage is on defense when you dont practice as much. Weve got to pace our guys.
Posted by Laura Keeley on February 13, 2015
After the University of North Carolina defeated Duke in football on Nov. 24, the Tar Heels spray-painted the Victory Bell - and the Blue Devils' practice facility turf and the visitor's locker room. Duke billed UNC $27,170.44 for the damages, according to information obtained in a public records request.
Posted by Laura Keeley on February 9, 2015
After Duke’s 73-70 win at Florida State, Mike Krzyzewski addressed the media. It was the first time Krzyzewski had spoken since the death of former North Carolina coach Dean Smith, and Krzyzewski offered a few thoughts on his old rival-turned-friend.
Posted by Laura Keeley on February 8, 2015
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski released a statement on the passing of North Carolina legend Dean Smith:
Posted by Laura Keeley on February 5, 2015
For the second consecutive year, Duke will be the first Power Five school to start spring practice, and the Blue Devils will be done long before the calendar actually turns to spring. Practices start Friday, and the spring game will be Feb. 28, still held on campus despite the ongoing construction (the indoor or outdoor practice field will likely serve as the venue).
Posted by Laura Keeley on February 1, 2015
Against the nation's stingiest scoring defense, Duke's final possessions in the 69-63 win at Virginia went like this: 3-pointer, lay-up, lay-up, dunk, 2-point jumper, lay-up, missed lay-up, lay-up, 3, putback, 3, 3, lay-up, 3, 3.
Posted by Laura Keeley on January 27, 2015
Duke quarterback Anthony Boone recently received an invitation to the NFL combine, making it four former Blue Devils who will head to Indianapolis in February.