Field Goal %
- DUKE 29.7
- 56.9 MIA
Three Point %
- DUKE 17.4
- 47.4 MIA
- DUKE 10
- 16 MIA
- DUKE 43
- 54 MIA
- Coral Gables, Florida
- Line: DUKE -2.0
- 0th Half
Mike Krzyzewski now has 28 losses as head coach of the No. 1 team, the most by any head coach in Division I history.
Duke's 33 losses as the No. 1 team are the most in Division I history.
Duke's loss tonight now means that the Blue Devils have dropped multiple games as the nation's top-ranked team in 10 seasons, the most in Division I history.
Shane Larkin put on a show tonight, scoring 18 points, grabbing 10 rebounds, and dishing out 5 assists. The only other player to reach those marks in a win over a No. 1 team in the last 15 seasons was Dwyane Wade - he did so in a 2003 Regional Final victory over Kentucky.
The Blue Devils have been unbeatable at home and neutral site games but have lost both of their true road games this season.
Duke has shot well at home and in neutral site games this season but have been unable to find the range on the road. Their opponents, on the other hand, have capitalized on significantly worse Duke defense.
Since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, no team has lost a game by 27 points or more and gone on to win the national title.
The Blue Devils didn't just shoot poorly - they also faced a Miami team that was red hot. Duke was outshot by over 27 percent, the 3rd-largest margin in a loss by a No. 1 team since 1996-97.
Duke shot just 29.7 percent in its loss today, the 2nd-worst performance by a No. 1 team in a loss since the 1996-97 season.
Duke is the seventh Top-5 team in the last two weeks to lose. The Blue Devils are also the victim of two of the three losses by the top-ranked team in that span.
Miami (FL)'s first-ever win vs an AP No. 1 was the third-largest ever against an AP No. 1 team.
Duke's 27-point loss was tied for the school's sixth-largest loss under Coach K. The largest was by 43 points to Virginia in the 1983 ACC Tournament.
The last time an AP No. 1 team lost by 20+ points was March 11, 2004 when top-ranked St. Joseph's lost in the Atlantic 10 Tournament vs unranked Xavier (coached by Thad Matta) 87-67.
Roy Williams tells Jeff Goodman he didn't draw up a play on Luke Maye's game-winning shot and says he's making sure to not look too far ahead.
Kentucky's last-second loss to UNC resembles its '92 Elite 8 loss to Duke.
After Kentucky's Malik Monk makes a contested 3-pointer to tie the game late, North Carolina brings the ball up the court and Luke Maye drills a jumper to propel the Tar Heels to the Final Four.