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It took longer than many probably expected. Certainly Dukes Blue Devils. But there was a sense it was coming. For Duke, it almost always does.Modified: 02/14/13 12:53:54 AM
Commentary: The party, unexpectedly delayed for a prolonged period, was back on. Duke expected a win Wednesday night, and the Blue Devils would deliver. Just not right away.Modified: 02/14/13 08:09:55 AM
North Carolina later today will bus out to Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium, for the latest installment of the North Carolina-Duke rivalry. Will anything happen tonight that will become a part of the lore of this series?Modified: 02/14/13 12:24:13 AM
A fierce college sports rivalry will be renewed for the first time this season when No. 2 Duke (21-2, 8-2 ACC) hosts North Carolina (16-7, 6-4) in Cameron Indoor Stadium on Wednesday.Modified: 02/14/13 12:24:13 AM
Commentary: First place in the ACC may not be on the line between Duke and North Carolina, but both teams arent lacking for motivationModified: 02/14/13 12:24:13 AM
Readers gave more than $67,700 in The N&O’s Guide to Giving challenge. So Tar Heel fan Barry Saunders has to wear a different shade of blue before Wednesday night’s matchup.Modified: 02/12/13 07:00:25 PM
It's been a strange year for college basketball. There's about a dozen teams that could win the national title. Scoring is down, on track to be the lowest its been in 60 years. And in the ACC, the best team isn't Duke or North Carolina. It's not N.C. State, either.Modified: 02/12/13 12:14:14 PM
After a three-year stint as a wide receivers coach with the Pittsburgh Steelers, an AFC North division title and a trip to the Super Bowl, Scottie Montgomery is returning home to Duke University.Modified: 02/12/13 03:43:17 AM
UNC entered the season ranked No. 11, but the Tar Heels have been overmatched frequently this season. Yes, the four stars are gone from last year, but that doesn't entirely explain what has gone wrong as they head into Wednesday's showdown at No. 2 Duke.Modified: 02/12/13 11:10:17 AM
Maryland couldn't take care of the ball. Couldn't get anything from its top scorer.Modified: 02/11/13 10:18:50 PM
Chelsea Gray scored a career-high 28 points to lead No. 5 Duke past seventh-ranked Maryland 71-56 on Monday night.Modified: 02/11/13 09:15:25 PM
No. 5 Duke 71, No. 7 Maryland 56: Chelsea Gray has spent much of her career at Duke filling up the score sheet and helping her teammates get points.Modified: 02/12/13 03:32:55 AM
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The Carolina Hurricanes are no longer winless. In fact, the Canes have a win over the defending Stanley Cup champions. Joni Pitkanen, Anthony Stewart and Jiri Tlusty scored the goals and Cam Ward got the job done in net Wednesday as the Canes topped the Boston Bruins 3-2 at the RBC Center. Ward ...