Duke’s new-found status as a football program that wins consistently means scheduling opportunities are becoming more interesting.
The Duke women's soccer program was represented in an international championship, too.
Duke has four players competing with the Washington Spirit Reserves.
Blue Devils have experienced, talented players back at key positions on special teams to build around
Once the guy who took over a football program in shambles, David Cutcliffe could look around the dais at Thursday’s Pigskin Preview luncheon with supreme confidence. Of the five Division I head football coaches speaking at the event at the Embassy Suites hotel, the 60-year-old Cutcliffe had the most tenure at his school.
Senior running back had been with family due to death of his 7-year-old brother from cancer
Gina Kim of Chapel Hill and Sarah Spicer of Bahama made the cut in the USGA U.S. Junior Girls’ Championship in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Tuesday.
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.
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.