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September 23, 2014 9:49 AM

Duke vs. Tulane: what worked, what needs work, what's next

Tulane was sloppy in all three phases of the game, and Duke was there to take advantage. The Blue Devils scored 21 points off Tulane's five turnovers, including 14 directly from pick-sixes.

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