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Daniel Jones paces Duke to Quick Lane Bowl win over Northern Illinois

DETROIT (AP) — In mid-November, after a loss at Army, the Duke Blue Devils were looking at spending a second straight holiday season at home. 1,041 more words

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Would You Rather Be the Football Coach at Tennessee or Duke?

Here’s David Cutcliffe:

  • 63 years old
  • $2.6 million salary
  • Regularly going to bowl games at Duke

Cutcliffe was of interest to Tennessee because Tennessee is looking for one of its own, and Cutcliffe coached there as an assistant from 1982-1998, then again from 2006-07. 314 more words


An Outsider's "Insider's" View on the Greg Schiano Fiasco

OK, you didn’t get your guy, Jon Gruden! Well, guess what? He was never coming! He, and John Currie, should have come out from the beginning and told everyone that. 1,000 more words

Clay Travis

Duke Preview and Prediction

The Hokies put their best performance of the year together against UNC. They picked a good time to do it with all the #NC2VT… 432 more words

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David Cutcliffe talks recruiting, Eli Manning, and more with Jim Rome

Duke Blue Devils head football coach David Cutcliffe got his first college coaching job at the University of Tennessee in 1982. The now 62-year-old joined The Jim Rome Show Tuesday on CBS Sports Radio and shared his insight on how much the recruiting game has changed for the worse since taking that job as a Volunteers assistant 35 years ago. 658 more words

Joel Klatt Blasted Ole Miss, Claimed Rebels Haven't Won Without Cheating In 25 Years

Joel Klatt went on FS1’s Speak for Yourself last Friday and absolutely unloaded on Ole Miss. Klatt not only blasted ousted head coach Hugh Freeze for his actions, but also the entire university for it’s inability to succeed without cheating. 355 more words


An unexpected team has moved into the Top 20 of this year's recruiting rankings

This is not a team you usually see near the top of recruiting rankings in football.

After the commitment of three-star wide receiver Dennis Smith (6-foot-2, 185 pounds, Gaffney, SC) on Sunday, … 157 more words

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