Duke Blue Devils
Atlantic Coast Conference coaches are still reeling from the league’s poor representation in the NCAA Tournament.
If you aren’t paying attention to college basketball this season, you’re missing one of the most exciting seasons in recent history. Parity is something that most sports fans want and NCAA men’s basketball is providing it in a major way.
The Blue Devils (27-6) are the preseason favorite to win the Atlantic Coast Conference again over Maryland, the reigning tournament champion.
After splitting the regular-season series, Maryland routed Duke in the matchup that mattered most to the ACC rivals.
The ACC Tournament starts on Thursday and, as usual, some of the top teams and players will be featured
Maryland certainly took advantage of playing in its own backyard.
Maryland Terp fans rejoice!! Ding Dong the witch is dead!!
Kyle Singler scored 29 points and No. 5 Duke, after star guard Nolan Smith went down with an injury, pulled away late to beat Maryland 87-71 on Friday night in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Maryland fans learn at an early age how important it is to beat Duke.
The Maryland Terps fought hard last night, but at the end of the day, the Duke Blue Devils are a much better basketball team.
Civility on campus. It’s what the University of Maryland’s student government pushed for in wake of Wednesday night’s game against Duke. But did they get it?
Fifth-ranked Duke rebounded from their weekend defeat by beating Maryland 80-62. Keith Cavanaugh of The Terrapin Times joins Mark Viviano to discuss.
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