With Frank Sinatra’s version of “New York, New York” blaring of the PA, Duke coach David Cutcliffe, right, hoists the Pinstripe Bowl trophy after his Blue Devils defeated Indiana 44-41 in overtime at Yankee Stadium in New York. Cutcliffe said he was thinking “Lord, when do I die? Because I’m in heaven now.”
With Frank Sinatra’s version of “New York, New York” blaring of the PA, Duke coach David Cutcliffe, right, hoists the Pinstripe Bowl trophy after his Blue Devils defeated Indiana 44-41 in overtime at Yankee Stadium in New York. Cutcliffe said he was thinking “Lord, when do I die? Because I’m in heaven now.” Seth Wenig AP
With Frank Sinatra’s version of “New York, New York” blaring of the PA, Duke coach David Cutcliffe, right, hoists the Pinstripe Bowl trophy after his Blue Devils defeated Indiana 44-41 in overtime at Yankee Stadium in New York. Cutcliffe said he was thinking “Lord, when do I die? Because I’m in heaven now.” Seth Wenig AP

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