ACC football's preseason poll was released Tuesday morning.
Duke's success is dictated by its rushing offense.
North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams can start all of that running around like he did last season if he wants to, N.C. State defensive end Mike Rose said.
The Atlantic Coast Conference will have team medical observers in the booth during games this fall to improve player safety, Commissioner John Swofford said Monday.
Jeremy Cash endured some late nights last December that weren’t just about studying for finals.
Notes and tidbits from Duke's preseason football two-deep depth chart
Second Duke defensive player suffers season-ending knee surgery during off-season work
For the last six months, Duke’s Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium has been a field in name only. As bulldozers have rolled along and trucks rumbled in and out of the construction site — part of a major reconstruction of the 86-year-old facility — the focal part of the entire structure was growing nearly 400 miles away in Georgia. On Tuesday, the soon-to-be playing surface lay bare in the center of the horseshoe stadium, surrounded by bleachers and scaffolding. But by Friday afternoon, the last roll of sod — specifically, Latitude 36 Bermuda grass — was being installed, and a field was finally taking shape.
Amid the caution tape and construction, a new sign sits high up in the horseshoe of Wallace Wade Stadium opposite the newly installed video board. It reads, “Brooks Field,” and honors a $13 million gift to the athletics department given by Duke alumnus Steve Brooks and his wife, Eileen, that was announced on Friday.
Former Southern signal caller Kendall Hinton is pushing for playing time with the Demon Deacons.
Sidelined by an injury, Duke's Braxton Deaver still has his eyes on the NFL.
Something’s missing in youth sports in Durham, former Duke football player Desmond Scott said.
He said he’ll fill in the blanks.
Here is a quick look at sports in brief.
Former UNC center Sylvia Crawley returns for a second coaching stint at her alma mater.
Jayson Tatum pulled a blue T-shirt out of a bag to announce his college choice Sunday morning, and it gave Duke a headstart on the 2016 recruiting class.