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Former Duke safety Jeremy Cash ready to hear his name in NFL Draft

Jeremy Cash, a former Duke safety, has a chance to hear his name called Friday night, during the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft. If not then, expect him to be selected on Saturday, during rounds four through seven. CBS projects Cash to be a third-round pick. NFL.com projects him to come off the board in the fourth or fifth round. ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has him ranked No. 140 on his big board, and ESPN senior writer Todd McShay has him at No. 110. Cash wasn’t in ESPN’s latest three-round mock draft.

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ACC football teams play waiting game until start of fall practice

With spring practice wrapped up, and a bow neatly put on it on Wednesday with the ACC’s teleconference with its coaches, nothing will happen for college football fans until the first week of August. The season kicks off with N.C. State and William & Mary on Thursday, Sept. 1. North Carolina and Duke fans will have to wait two more days after that for the start of the 2016 season.

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ACC has a long history of basketball villains

The talented yet annoying Grayson Allen certainly earned his stripes this past season as the latest villain of ACC basketball. Still, there is little doubting that Allen has a long way to go over his final one or two seasons to gain the mischief-maker stature of Dave Budd, Dan Wells, Art Heyman and John Roche in ACC lore.

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Duke evaluating its women’s basketball program

Duke is evaluating its women’s basketball program, the school’s athletics department announced Tuesday. Earlier Tuesday, SB Nation’s blog for women’s basketball, Swish Appeal, reported Duke has begun an investigation into the program for the mistreatment of players and assistant coaches.

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Point guard Derryck Thornton leaving Duke

Rising sophomore Derryck Thornton is transferring from Duke, the school announced Sunday. Thornton was a five-star recruit who graduated from high school in three years to become a member of Duke’s 2015 recruiting class.

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Blue Devils’ spring scrimmage caps season of change

Blue Devils coach David Cutcliffe said this was the time of greatest chance for the program since his arrival in Dec. 2007. Gone are Scottie Montgomery (offensive coordinator), John Latina (offensive line) and Jim Collins (outside linebackers and defensive ends) from the coaching staff.

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Solemn end to a successful year of Duke basketball

When it was finally time to leave the Honda Center after Duke’s 82-68 loss to Oregon, coach Mike Krzyzewski and his wife, Mickie, walked through a dingy hallway and out of the building with an arm wrapped around each other’s back. Another season had come to a close.

             

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Laura Keeley breaks down Duke's loss to Oregon in the Sweet 16 02:06

Laura Keeley breaks down Duke's loss to Oregon in the Sweet 16

Coach K denies telling Oregon's Dillon Brooks to stop showing off 00:26

Coach K denies telling Oregon's Dillon Brooks to stop showing off

Coach K talks about how proud he is of his team 03:16

Coach K talks about how proud he is of his team

Matt Jones analyzes loss to Oregon 02:30

Matt Jones analyzes loss to Oregon

Duke's Kennard speaks about Oregon 01:56

Duke's Kennard speaks about Oregon

Duke's Grayson Allen: Blue Devils OK with other fans rooting against them 00:37

Duke's Grayson Allen: Blue Devils OK with other fans rooting against them

Duke players talk about staying next to Disney in Anaheim 00:40

Duke players talk about staying next to Disney in Anaheim

Coach K: Duke's previous lack of NCAA success on west coast means nothing 01:03

Coach K: Duke's previous lack of NCAA success on west coast means nothing

Coach K talks about his appreciation for his team 01:53

Coach K talks about his appreciation for his team

Coach K on the development of Brandon Ingram 01:15

Coach K on the development of Brandon Ingram

Luke Kennard discusses win over Yale 01:12

Luke Kennard discusses win over Yale

Derryck Thornton talks about surviving Yale 02:11

Derryck Thornton talks about surviving Yale

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Coach K denies telling Oregon's Dillon Brooks to stop showing off

Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski denies an account of Oregon player Dillon Brooks, who said Coach K told him to stop showing off when they talked during the postgame handshake line following the Ducks' win over the Blue Devils in the NCAA Sweet 16.
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Coach K denies telling Oregon's Dillon Brooks to stop showing off 00:26

Coach K denies telling Oregon's Dillon Brooks to stop showing off

Laura Keeley breaks down Duke's loss to Oregon in the Sweet 16 02:06

Laura Keeley breaks down Duke's loss to Oregon in the Sweet 16

Coach K talks about how proud he is of his team 03:16

Coach K talks about how proud he is of his team

Matt Jones analyzes loss to Oregon 02:30

Matt Jones analyzes loss to Oregon