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Well, la-dee-freakin'-da, how 'bout them Dukies.
One of the greatest rivalries in sports was renewed last night, but only one team showed up.
<a href="http://www.uncoached.com/2009/03/30/why-i-miss-college-because-of-the-best-body-at-duke-university/">Uncoached</a> found some pictures of a Duke underclassman that would probably get you "red E" to polish up.
Noted Caucasian Jon Scheyer didn't get called for traveling on this play over the weekend against Virginia Tech, which is amazing considering that the referees surely saw <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2009/02/this-is-traveling">this play</a> from the week before and thought, "Hey, maybe we should look out for that.
Maryland took a 40-point pounding to Duke earlier this year, and even though the margin of failure last night wasn't that severe, the Terps did manage some degree of redemption with this rather badass screen on Duke's Nolan Smith.
Part of the almost-hidden subtext between Duke and North Carolina is the unspoken quasi-arms race in which both schools have engaged to accumulate Caucasian athletes.
It seems crazy to talk about college basketball outside of March and early April, but I suppose it counts as news when the top-ranked team loses for the third week in a row -- to the previous #1 team.
Everyone knows that rape and Duke University are two great tastes that go great together.
Andrew Giuliani, the son of former New York City mayor Rudy, is <a href="http://sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/news/story?id=3503157" target="_blank">suing Duke University</a> because he claims he was unjustly kicked off the -- wait for it.
It's a momentous day for the American justice system, as a judge has ruled in a court of law that <a href="http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080619/SPORTS02/80619051/1002/SPORTS" target="_blank">Duke officially sucks</a>.
With Duke's delicious second-round exit from the NCAA tourney at the hands of West Virginia, this recap of Duke's narrow first-round win is a little dated.
Alright, the West Virginia star cager didn't actually say that, but <a href="http://thequad.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/03/22/mocking-duke/" title="NY Times" target="_blank">he did say</a>:Alexander on breaking down Duke on film: “We knew that coming in that they were just going to stand around and not rebound.
I don't care how far you have Duke going in your bracket, the sheer joy of them losing in the first round to 15th-seeded Belmont would have been too awesome for words.
In a funny but ridiculously long video (two minutes of exposition.
Ahhh, an annual tradition just before the NCAA tournament: unbridled hatred for the Duke basketball team.
#1 <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaab/recap;_ylt=AubeZKaND8TM5wqRIDFTJM8OvbYF?gid=200803080173&prov=ap" title="Yahoo! Sports" target="_blank">North Carolina defeated #6 Duke in Durham last night 76-68</a> to even the season series and lock-up the top seed in the ACC tournament.