Notes from Duke's 20-13 win over Virginia, including Breon Borders' big day and a look at the offensive line's stellar effort
Blue Devils grab Coastal Division lead, gain bowl eligibility for third consecutive year
Malachi Briggs, Powell's 7-year-old brother, undergoing surgery for complications with his cancer treatments
Injury updates, a look at the balanced offense and Duke's quest for third consecutive bowl trip
Following a big win over Georiga Tech, a closer look at Duke's stout defense, improvements in the passing game and some injury updates
Blue Devils rush for three touchdowns to end 10-game losing streak to Jackets
Updates on the virus impacting the team, Issac Blakeney and a losing streak that bothers Cutcliffe
Fundraising underway to cover costs of 7-year-old boy's cancer treatment
Gift, part of Duke Forward campaign, will fund athletics facilties upgrades and the Nasher Museum endowment.
Blue Devils have plenty of work to do during open week after Miami handed them their first loss
Duke's offense ineffective as Blue Devils suffer first loss
Duke will launch three projects to enhance 85-year-old Wallace Wade Stadium at the completion of the 2014 football home season, Vice President and Director of Athletics Dr. Kevin White announced on Wednesday.
Injury updates on Johnson, Patrick, Duke's winning streak, Martin's records
UNBEATEN DUKE MORE THAN GOOD ENOUGH AGAINST ERROR-PRONE TULANE
It’s certainly an indicator of just how far Duke football has progressed that the Blue Devils are off to their best start in 20 years yet lack total comfort in their play.
On a Saturday featuring picture-perfect weather, the Blue Devils won an imperfect game 47-13 over Tulane at Wallace Wade Stadium to keep their record spotless as they enter ACC play.
“I can’t wait. I want to see this tape,” Duke coach David Cutcliffe said. “I’m anxious…This tape is going to tell us a lot about our football team.”
Cutcliffe will have to pick through all the miscues, most but certainly not all from Tulane (1-3), to analyze his team.
Duke (4-0) committed its first two turnovers of the season and was called for a season-high seven penalties. The Blue Devils allowed Tulane to gain 215 rushing yards as five different Green Wave runners logged gains of 10 yards or more.
“We definitely have a lot to work on,” Duke middle linebacker David Helton said, after Tulane ran 95 offensive plays against the Blue Devils. “A lot to work on but at least we pulled it out in the red zone like we usually do.”
Krzyzewski holds 30-minute press conference at Duke after returning from trip to Spain where the U.S. won another gold medal