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2017 Schedule
4-8, 6th in ACC - Coastal
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13dDavid M. Hale

Duke's high sack total may not be a bad thing

Duke yielded 31 sacks in 2016, most of the David Cutcliffe era, but some of them were due to young QB Daniel Jones standing in trying to make a play.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

With QB Thomas Sirk transferring, there's no doubt Duke's offense is Daniel Jones'. By season's end last year he looked to be the best fit for Duke moving forward. The former walk-on rebounded from a shaky start to throw for 9 TDs and 1 INT over his last six games. Coaches gush about his growth, and he'll be one of the ACC's better QBs this fall as a RS sophomore.

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30dAndrea Adelson

QB Sirk transferring from Duke for final season

Quarterback Thomas Sirk, who is still rehabbing an Achilles injury that forced him to miss the 2016 season, will transfer from Duke for his final season.

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30dAdam Rittenberg

College football future QB power rankings

It's nearly impossible to win a national championship with questions at quarterback. Which programs have the best QB situation for the immediate future? The answer might surprise you.

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35dJared Shanker

ACC schedule review: Duke Blue Devils

A brutal stretch against Florida State, Pitt and Virginia Tech will test Duke, but expect David Cutcliffe to orchestrate an upset sometime next season.

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36dAndrea Adelson

Duke dismisses starting DE Price from team

After failing to meet program standards, Duke starting defensive end Marquies Price and reserve lineman Brandon Boyce were dismissed from the team, coach David Cutcliffe said Tuesday.

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51dAndrea Adelson

Instant impact recruit: Duke

With an emphasis on getting more physical across the board, the addition of Drew Jordan could pay immediate dividends for Duke.

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ACC leaders fare well in recruiting

Florida State, Clemson, Miami and Virginia Tech hauled in top-25 recruiting classes. North Carolina and Louisville weren't too far behind.

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55dESPN RecruitingNation

Grading the 2017 ACC recruiting classes

Florida State and Clemson, as expected, dominated on the national signing day, but Mark Richt has Miami right on their heels.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Want more proof the arrow is pointed up for the ACC? The conference has nine teams ranked among the latest top 40 recruiting classes, second behind the SEC (12). That would be the most Top 40 classes for the league since it expanded to 14 teams in 2013: No. 6 Florida State No. 9 Clemson No. 13 Miami No. 23 Virginia Tech No. 26 North Carolina No. 28 Louisville No. 33 Pitt No. 34 Duke No. 39 Georgia Tech We'll see how they finish up later today.

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