Posted March 17, 2012 on
Austin Rivers was in shock after his Blue Devils lost Friday in the NCAA Tournament to No. 15 seed Lehigh.
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Duke won at rival North Carolina and played for the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season championship. But a shocking NCAA tournament loss to Lehigh proved these Blue Devils were never quite like past teams in the storied program.
Duke (27-7) earned a No. 2 seed in the South Regional after losing to Florida State in the ACC tournament semifinals. But the Blue Devils struggled...
GREENSBORO, N.C. --- This is it for Miles Plumlee.
This NCAA Tournament is his last go-around. And who better to get the vibe about Duke entering Fridays game versus Lehigh than the 6-foot-10 senior?
"I feel good about us right now," he said Thursday afternoon at the Greensboro Coliseum.
Its up to Plumlee to exude confidence. As the teams lone senior, hes the gate...
It is hard to put into words how frustrating this Duke Basketball team was to watch as a fan. Coming into the season with so much uncertainty and so much hype around Austin Rivers, the excitement was almost palpable. It was assisted in great part to the Blue Devils trip to China and Dubai which gave the world and Duke fans a glimpse of the team that was to come.
Duke is out of the NCAA tournament. They were out before the tournament’s first weekend even started. After Friday’s embarrassing loss to Lehigh, you have to wonder is Duke basketball slipping? This seems like a strange to question for a team went 27-7 that is only 2 years removed from National Title, but since 2004-2005 season the Blue Devils have advanced past the sweet 16 just...
Austin Rivers wants Duke to play with a no-tomorrow mentality.
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Kentucky State Senator Ernie Harris, a Kentucky graduate, recently stated that UPS should pull the ad featuring Grant Hill's miracle pass to Christian Laettner that eliminated Kentucky from the Tourney.
Mason Plumlee says there is no excuse for the Blue Devils loss Friday against Lehigh in the NCAA Tournament second round.
Seth Curry says the Blue Devils, even without Ryan Kelly, should have had the talent to beat Lehigh
Duke Basketball had their first open practice session of the NCAA Tournament earlier today and beforehand, Coach Mike Krzyzewski and various players met with the media.
Among the questions asked were those wondering about the health of Ryan Kelly. According to Coach K’s comments, it’s looking unlikely that the junior forward will be able to suit up for many, if any, minutes tomorrow...
Thanks to an unexpected 75-70 loss to the Lehigh Mountain Hawks, the Duke Blue Devils are already a sad punchline to a really bad March Madness joke as captions like the following are making their way onto many a Facebook page and Twitter timeline:
Get it...Serious(Le) High?
Come on...you have to admit, it's pretty funny. (h/t @theMTbrain)
Mason Plumlee says the loss to Florida State at the ACC Tournament forced Duke to focus more on defense and teamwork this week in practice.