Sirk led the Blue Devils in rushing and passing last season.
Duke quarterback Thomas Sirk is going to miss the entire 2016 season after suffering a tear of his left Achilles tendon. Bleacher Report's Barrett Sallee noted Saturday the Blue Devils confirmed the injury setback will cost Sirk his senior campaign. More to follow. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Class of 2017 shooting guard Alex O'Connell announced Friday via his Twitter that he has committed to Duke: Out of Alpharetta, Georgia, O'Connell is the ninth-rated prospect in the state, the 16th-ranked shooting guard in the nation and the 71st-ranked recruit in the nation, according to 247Sports' composite ratings. More to follow. Show More Summary
Alex O’Connell knew exactly where he wanted to play his college ball, which is why, just two days after picking up an offer from Coach K and the Blue Devils, he became Duke’s first recruit in the Class of 2017. O’Connell announced the on twitter on Friday afternoon: Excited to officially announce my commitment to […]
Three Duke players met Drake last night, and it seemed to make one of their teammates jealous. Freshmen Jayson Tatum, Harry Giles and Marques Bolden were the three Blue Devils who met the Canadian rapper. Drake was in Greensboro last...Show More Summary
Even with arguably the most talented roster in college basketball next season, Duke has a young squad that is far from perfect. The Blue Devils added four 5-star prospects as part of the No. 1 recruiting class in the country, per 247Sports. Show More Summary
While college coaches attempt to keep players focused on the next game, seven teams will have a tough time avoiding the NBA draft buzz expected to follow its stars. For example, given their recruiting class, the Duke Blue Devils will be the leading team to drive the 2017 draft discussion. Show More Summary
During his playing days as a member of the Duke Blue Devils, Christian Laettner was one of the most hated ball players in America. His career in the NBA never really developed and was uneventful having played for six different NBA squads. After his career was over, Laettner has filed for bankruptcy and recently was the […]
Some of the best players in college basketball next season will be on Duke's roster, but the Blue Devils will still match up with some tough competition over the course of the year. Adding nonconference games against Kansas, Florida, Michigan State, UNLV and more to a difficult ACC slate, and Duke will be challenged throughout the season. Show More Summary
As part of its Summer Grind video series, Duke Blue Planet has released its new video featuring senior forward Amile Jefferson. Jefferson’s 2015-16 season was cut short by injury, and the redshirt senior is ready to get back on the court and try to lead this season’s team to a national championship.
Even at 69 years old, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski has to undergo changes just about every year when it comes to his teams. The philosophy and system won't change much regardless of the personnel. The Blue Devils are still going to...Show More Summary
With so many talented players on Duke's roster, it might be difficult for individual talents to stand out. College basketball is obviously a team sport, and the ultimate goal is winning a championship, but players want to be recognized for their efforts. Show More Summary
Brandon Ingram excelled at many things while wearing a Duke Blue Devils uniform, ultimately working his way into becoming the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NBA draft. While there is a lot to love about his game, free throws aren't exactly a strong point for the 6'9" forward. Show More Summary
Burnt Orange Report: While a federal judge struck down Mike Pence’s Indiana legislation requiring all fetuses to be buried or cremated, Texas Governor Gregg Abbott is doing it by administrative fiat. Blue NC : Duke Energy is hard atShow More Summary
When he’s not leading the Duke Blue Devils to the occasional national championship, Mike Krzyzewski moonlights as the head coach of Team USA, where he gets to coach some of the greatest players in the world. In this summer’s Olympics...Show More Summary
Duke might have the most talented team in college basketball next season, but nothing is guaranteed in sports. Sure, the Blue Devils are adding the No. 1 recruiting class in the country, per 247Sports, while returning a handful of key players from last year's squad. Show More Summary
Jayson Tatum is the latest high school basketball star to choose to attend Duke in hopes of continuing the Blue Devils’ legacy as one of the top programs in the country. Tatum, who was the Gatorade National High School Athlete of the Year, was interviewed on the ESPYS red carpet Wednesday and was asked what led him to choose Duke. Show More Summary
Jabari Parker, a Chicago native, attended Duke for his one year of collegiate basketball before heading to the NBA. But the Blue Devils aren’t the only squad that Parker recommends top stars from his home city take a look at. This week,...Show More Summary
The Blue Devils did get unlucky with some marquee opponents, but the overall trend here is bad for business.