NCCU got on the board first with Eric Kimber scoring off a wild pitch in the first, but Duke came roaring back with a run in every subsequent inning to win 12-1.
Star freshman takes another step toward returning from sprained ankle
Star freshman center could be on practice court later Monday
A big winner at Duke, Boone has hurdles to clear to make it in professional football
Blue Devils drop second consecutive, leaving McCallie frustrated
As much as Jahlil Okafor wanted to play for Duke on Saturday against Clemson, coach Mike Krzyzewski said it just didn’t make medical sense. But the Duke coach said the injury isn't particularly serious and hopes Okafor can return against Virginia Tech on Wednesday.
A tough game following an emotional win got tougher for No. 4 Duke before it even started on Saturday. All-American center Jahlil Okafor spent Saturday on the bench in street clothes with a boot protecting his injured foot. Instead of faltering, the Blue Devils produced a win that greatly pleased their Hall of Fame coach.
Duke says freshman center Jahlil Okafor will not play Saturday against Clemson due to an ankle injury. The Blue Devils and Tigers are scheduled to tip-off at Cameron Indoor Stadium at 4:10 p.m.
This week marks the first time since 2000 that Duke has more athletes at the NFL Combine than UNC.
While it appears Okafor will be ready to go when the No. 4 Blue Devils play Clemson today (4 p.m., ESPN) at Cameron Indoor Stadium, that doesn’t mean the play of his smaller, quicker teammates will be less important.
Blessed with bloodlines that delivered athleticism, Jake Seau stepped on to a lacrosse field on a whim one day as a middle school student.
What had once been an afterthought would develop into a sanctuary during the most trying days of his young life and, today, his chosen athletic identity.
His father, recently elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, ferociously played linebacker for three NFL teams. Jake Seau had the skills to follow Junior Seau into the sport and excel.
“He had incredible instinct on football field,” said Shane Walton, who coached Jake Seau at The Bishop’s School in San Diego. “He was an absolute stud at football.”
That love for the sport began to wane, though.
All-ACC wide receiver has plenty to play for
Duke got 22 points apiece from guards Tyus Jones and Quinn Cook.
Freshman center played through pain against UNC, but status uncertain for next game on Saturday
By now, most Duke football fans have a firm grasp on Laken Tomlinson’s story.