This installment of "Off the Ball" features the incomparable Okafor brothers and Mitt Romney. Yes, that Mitt Romney.
This season’s Duke men’s basketball team, with a roster like never before it, boldly established a national championship as its goal.
All season long, everything was about Duke's three freshmen. Except there were four of them. Grayson Allen didn't get all that much love.
A look at Duke's 2014-15 national championship season.
With 750 win on his résumé, North Carolina coach Roy
Williams flat-out said he wouldn't stay in the game long enough to match the 1,000-plus favorable outcomes that Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has accumulated.
Duke's 68-63 victory over Wisconsin here Monday in Lucas Oil Stadium made it 1,018 wins for Krzyzewski.
The freshmen who came together at Duke delivered a national championship. ... Freshmen guards Tyus Jones scored 23 points and reserve Grayson Allen added 16 as Duke erased a nine-point, second-half deficit to beat Wisconsin 68-63 in the NCAA Tournament championship game Monday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. ...
Jones scored 19 of his 23 points in the second half when he hit 5 of 9 shots to help carry a Duke offense that was limited due to foul trouble that plagued freshmen Jahlil Okafor and Justise Winslow. ... Allen, the only freshman not to start a game for Duke (35-4) this season, scored 10 of his points in the second half as Duke claimed its fifth NCAA championship despite trailing 48-39 with 13:23 to play.
Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison directed a racial slur at Wisconsin forward Frank Kaminsky.
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan is looking for his first Division I national championship.
Early season win at Wisconsin showed freshmen starters were ready to push Duke on its championship run
Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann takes you around the Final Four.
Badgers not sure Blue Devils can play so well against them again
Going 40-0 wasn't Kentucky's goal. The national championship was.
Duke regroups and routs Michigan State.
The top-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish were too much for the seventh-ranked Duke Blue Devils as the Irish beat the defending men’s lacrosse champions 15-10 in a key Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) matchup at Koskinen Stadium on Saturday.
A dominant performance has Duke back in the NCAA’s Monday night finale in Indiana’s capital city. Duke built a double-digit halftime lead over cold-shooting Michigan State and beat the Spartans 81-61 in the NCAA Tournament semifinals Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.