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Virginia shocked Duke 73-68 at home on Thursday night, spoiling the No. 3 Blue Devils' shot at the top spot in next week’s national college hoops polls, and giving the Cavaliers a much-needed boost in terms of nailing a bid to the NCAA tournament next month. Cavs guard Joe Harris poured in 36 points, while Seth Curry led Duke with 28 in a losing cause.

As for the picture above (much thanks to the impeccable @cjzero), sometimes the stars align, the moon ends up in the seventh house, and a moment of pure, unadulterated bliss is preserved forever on the Internet when Mike Krzyzewski makes his patented ‘Coach K Face’ in the shadow of a Virginia student holding a giant ‘Coach K Face’ sign. Duke haters around the world will agree—they live for these life-affirming moments.

2 Comments:
  • Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski needs to grow a backbone and stop being such a whiny wuss when Duke loses on their opponent's floor and the fans rush the court because that's a part of college basketball tradition and coach Krzyzewski is not bigger then tradition.

    If he doesn't want the opposing teams fans to rush the home court after Duke gets beat and say nasty things to him, then win the game.
  • somebody is gonna get hurt and then THAT can become the new tradition: beat a team and assault their players...it's a new tradition so put up with it or risk having some idiot know-nothing like OnionG call you a "whiny wuss".....What a stupid comment, OnionG....you are an idiot!
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