Duke in Depth: Duke vs. Virginia

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The freshmen led the way as the Blue Devils were able to go into Charlottesville and snag another impressive ACC win. The win was Duke’s sixth straight and leaves them just one game back from first in the ACC. As usual, here are my three takeaways from the game: Freshmen Continue to Grow There were times this year when Duke’s … Read More

Duke in Depth: Duke vs. Clemson

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It was far from a perfect game, but the Blue Devils were able to fend off Clemson for their fifth consecutive victory. Despite winning the turnover battle and the rebounding margin, Clemson was unable to leave Cameron with a win, leaving the Blue Devils only one game back from first in the ACC. Here are my three takeaways from the … Read More

Support Local Raleigh Author @LoreleiLogsdon and Check out Her Latest Book “Comorbid” – really good stuff!!

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Hey there Duke fans, N.C. State fans and all other triangle peeps, I wanted to highlight a local Raleigh author, Lorelei Logsdon, who has penned a magnificent psychological thriller of a book called Comorbid. Please give this wonderful read a purchase or a download here (GetBook.at/Comorbid). I read it and loved it, the book turns, then turns again and at … Read More

Duke’s Major Keys to Success

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Duke has seen their fair share of struggles in ACC play. What are the keys for Duke to find success in the ACC? Read on to find out!   Find a 7th producer Ever since Amile Jefferson’s injury, Duke’s rotation has essentially consisted of 6 players (3 Freshmen): Kennard, Jones, Allen, Ingram, Plumlee, and Thornton. The cold hard truth is that … Read More

Duke Looks to Be in Championship Form #Strive4Five

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  In Duke’s first two games of the 2015 NCAA Tournament, they have shown their fans that a 5th banner may soon be raised in Cameron Indoor Stadium. With Justise Winslow driving to the hoop and coming back home to Houston, and future #1 draft pick Jahlil Okafor (his dad is so much fun!) looking better than ever, the sky … Read More

Comarow’s Corner Duke BBall Podcast By @AdamComarowDuke, Ep. 21: UNC Round 2 + National Talk (With Sam Vecenie)

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Sam Vecenie (@Sam_Vecenie) of CBS Sports joins me to give to give a national college basketball analyst’s perspective on Duke and other teams as we head into tournament season. 0-1:20:Intro 1:21-9:30:Duke 9:31-14:20: Tyus Jones 14:21-18:55: How to Use Individual Stats Correctly Sam’s opinion on The Okafor Theory: “The dumbest thing written this year.” “It doesn’t really even seem like that … Read More

Comarow’s Corner Duke BBall Podcast, Ep. 20: Duke/ACC Talk (Pt. 2 with Ben Swain)

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In part two of my podcast with Ben Swain (@TheBenSwain) we discuss each ACC team, get into Duke talk, and eventually focus on Quinn Cook and Jahlil Okafor.   Remember to visit iTunes where you can subscribe to, rate, and comment on the podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/duke-blog-rss-feed/id483485541?mt=2 You can find me at @AdamComarowDuke I tweet out material using the hashtag #ComarowsCorner All … Read More