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As someone who has only recently tried to start a sports memorabilia collection, I’m constantly fascinated by the “Where are they now?” stories that don’t involve athletes, but actually the uniforms and equipment that were used in history’s biggest plays. For example, as the San Francisco 49ers said goodbye to Candlestick Park with a win on Monday Night Football, Dwight Clark was asked of the whereabouts of the ball that he caught to forever cement his legacy with “The Catch.” He believes that the ballboy made off with it and eventually sold it. “Who the f*ck is the Stonecutter wealthy enough to get his hands on that ball,” is all I could think.
Well, if you’ve been wondering where Christian Laettner keeps the Duke Blue Devils uniform that he wore when making “The Shot” that defeated Kentucky in the NCAA East Regional Finals back in March of 1992, the answer is… the Lelands auction house. On January 10 at 9 PM ET, you can purchase the actual jersey that Laettner wore in not only the
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As the Texas A&M Aggies and Duke Blue Devils arrived in Atlanta to prepare for next Tuesday’s Chick-Fil-A Bowl in Atlanta, one member of the Aggies went out clubbing. While the Duke Blue Devils were enjoying Dave & Buster’s, Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel spent his Christmas night clubbing in Atlanta and from the pictures on Instagram, he had a blast.
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Bowl season is a great time for football players and coaches, not just because of the awesome football games, or even the great gifts that everyone receives. It’s a great time because teams essentially get to take half-vacations (you know, because they still have to focus and practice) during which they have a chance to check out the local scene and have some fun for a few days...
The Duke Blue Devils were riding an 8 game winning streak before the ACC Championship, and sit at 10-3 under first year head coach, David Cutcliffe. Texas A&M started the season with national title implications, and scored 42 points on then #1 Alabama looking like they could still win the conference. Then along came LSU, Georgia, and Auburn and now the Aggies are 8-4 lead by...
On December 31, the Duke Blue Devils will take on the Texas A&M Aggies in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl. While the opposing quarterback, Johnny Manziel, was out clubbing in Atlanta, the Duke Blue Devils were enjoying a team night at Dave & Buster’s. The team appeared to be having a blast as they were welcomed to Atlanta.
Check out some of the pictures below of the team enjoying...
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Duke Blue Devils (10-3) vs Texas A&M Aggies (8-4)
Tuesday, December 31st @ 8 PM (ESPN)
Line: A&M by 12.5
How Duke got here: The Blue Devils were the feel good story of the year in college football. After a 24 point blowout loss to Georgia Tech and a 58-55 loss to Pitt, Duke stood at 2-2. The Blue Devils went on to win their next eight games...
In the 2010 Draft, the Mets chose Duke University pitcher Jeremy Gould in the 28th Round with the 842nd overall pick.
Gould was in the Mets organization from 2010-2012 and progressed as high as the Class A Savannah Sand Gnats.
After signing with the team, he played during the 2010 season in rookie ball with the Gulf Coast Mets and appeared in 13 games with a 1-2 record with a 3...
Jabari Parker has been as good as advertised in his freshman season, but the Duke standout contends he's still learning the ropes.
He'll look to help the ninth-ranked Blue Devils extend the longest active home winning streak in the nation against non-conference opponents when they face Eastern Michigan on Saturday.
Parker has lived up to the hype as one of the nation'...