Duke Football: Blue Devil Joins Lott Impact Award Watch List

Duke senior cornerback Bryon Fields was named to the preseason watch list for the Lott IMPACT Trophy given to the top defensive player on and off the field. The Lott IMPACT Trophy recently announced 42 players on the preseason list for their prestigious college football award, and Duke cornerback Bryon Fields, Jr. earned a nomination. Fields is […] Duke Football: Blue Devil Joins...
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11 days ago

Duke CB Bryon Fields out for 2015 with torn ACL

Duke Blue Devils starting cornerback Bryon Fields tore his ACL in practice yesterday and will be out for the 2015 season. Adam Rowe of 247 Sports reported Fields’ injury. In Fields’ place, sophomore Alonzo Saxton II was seen taking first team reps. Fields is a true junior and can now redshirt this year and have two years of eligibility remaining starting next season. In his first...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Duke cornerback Bryon Fields out for season with torn ACL

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Duke cornerback Bryon Fields will miss the season with a torn knee ligament. Coach David Cutcliffe said Wednesday that Fields tore his right anterior cruciate ligament Tuesday during practice. Cutcliffe says he has ''all the confidence in the world in Bryon's dedication and perserverance'' to come back. Fields was a returning starter who had 112 tackles, 3.5 tackles...
Via Associated Press
August 26, 2015  |  Discuss

2 pick-6s help Duke rout Tulane 47-13

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Bryon Fields and fourth-string running back Joseph Ajeigbe each returned interceptions for touchdowns in Duke's 47-13 rout of Tulane on Saturday. Anthony Boone, Josh Snead, Thomas Sirk and Shaun Wilson each had short scoring runs. They helped the Blue Devils (4-0) extend their best start since the 1994 team opened with seven straight wins. Boone finished 15 of...
Via Associated Press
September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Young defensive backs recall early trials and tribulations

There are a lot of places on the football field where most teams don't mind putting a freshman. Wide receiver, defensive line, even running back -- those are positions where freshmen can and often do excel. But defensive coordinators say that they would really rather not use freshmen defensive backs, particularly early in the season, unless they have to. "It's not a position where...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

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