CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE GOAL OF NEW DUKE CO-CAPTAINS
Quinn Cook came to Duke keenly aware of the school’s rich basketball tradition and ready to add to it.
With practice beginning this week for his senior season, the 6-2 guard need only look up to the Cameron Indoor Stadium rafters to know the work he has to do.
The glaring lack of his handiwork on display is something that burns inside of him.
“That’s been my fuel,” Cook said. “I’m glad college is four years because I have one last crack at it and I want to make the best of it.”
Over the past three seasons, Duke hasn’t won an NCAA title, made the Final Four or claimed ACC regular-season or league tournament championships.
Newly named co-captains Cook and Amile Jefferson are out to change that.
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Senior Quinn Cook and junior Amile Jefferson have been named team captains for the 2014-15 basketball season, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski announced Tuesday.
Gary Wilson was part of the last Duke team to win a football bowl game more than 50 years ago. On Tuesday, Duke announced that the former Blue Devils running back and his son, also a Duke graduate, are donating $3 million that will go toward athletics and the Nasher Museum.
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.
Duke's Jeremy Cash had a very solid game against Miami.
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From interceptions and tackles on the field to inspiring his teammates in practice to a mid-week chat about Miami’s quarterback, Jeremy Cash makes impacts everywhere.
Of the two quarterbacks who gained the bulk of Duke’s rushing yards while reaching the end zone last week against Tulane, only one is likely to play in the Blue Devils’ ACC opener.
Issac Blakeney is proving to be about more than catches and yards this season even as he is piling up them up a quicker pace than any of his previous three seasons with the Blue Devils.