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During the second half of its 90–63 thumping of top-ranked Duke on Wednesday, Miami (FL) added some... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
“Celebrate good times, come on!” – Kool and the Gang Historic losses usually do not have the Duke Blue Devils as the victim, but that is exactly what took place on Wednesday night in Coral Gables, when the Miami Hurricanes manhandled Duke by the tune of a 90-63 score. The loss was the third-worst ever for a team ranked #1 in the nation. This game was never really close, as...
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#1 Duke’s 90-63 loss at Miami on Wednesday night was the third-worst in history for a team ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press poll and the worst anyone has seen in 45 years. Early today, Maryland's... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com
Life is good for Hater Nation. The Patriots lost at home in the playoffs despite leading at halftime, Notre Dame lost in the BCS title game in spectacular fashion, the Lakers are playing like the Bobcats and the Dwight Howard experiment is working as well as Crystal Pepsi, the Cowboys missed the playoffs yet again as Tony Romo continues to do Tony Romo things, and last night the...
DURHAM, N.C. -- The difference in the mood surrounding Duke's basketball team late Wednesday night and Saturday afternoon would make the ebb and flow of the stock market appear like a straight line.
The top-ranked Blue Devils were reeling after a 27-point loss at Miami that seemingly exposed every one of their weaknesses. But on Saturday, Duke responded like you would expect...
It was Maryland’s farewell trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium as a member of the ACC and it will be a place they won’t want to visit anytime soon after Saturday.
Rasheed Sulaimon shot lights out and Duke beat the lights out of Maryland.
The Blue Devils used a strong second half to blow away Maryland 84-64 as they bounced back from the 27-point drubbing this past Wednesday at...
It’s no secret that the Blue Devils haven’t been the same team since Ryan Kelly went out with an injured right foot during their game with Clemson on January 8th. Duke has lost two of its three games, including an embarrassing 27-point defeat to Miami on Wednesday night. After it was clear that Kelly would miss significant time, many people speculated that he would be missed...
Duke’s Mason Plumlee has freakish athleticism at 6’11” and 235 pounds, and many scouts have Plumlee pegged as a lottery pick in 2013.Duke bounced back nicely after a 27 point loss to Miami earlier in the week, beating Maryland, 84-64. Plumlee threw down the 2-handed reverse with a torn ligament, making it even more insane.[The Big Lead]
Rasheed Sulaimon scored a season-high 25 points and No. 1 Duke bounced back from Wednesday night's loss to Miami in a big way.