Did the Blue Devils make a season-defining rally against the Cardinals?
Wide open shot seals the win for Duke over FSU on Saturday.
Our run-down for this week’s #ACCFootball games
he Atlantic Coast Conference announced the 2018 football schedule Wednesday, and once again, it includes arguably the most challenging non-conference competition among the Power 5 conferences.
Marvin Bagley III had 32 points and a season-best 21 rebounds, and the Blue Devils pulled away to beat No. 24 Florida State 100-93 on Saturday.
On Saturday afternoon against Duke, leading 17-10 with 1:32 left, Charles Kelly’s unit came through in the final moments on the road against the Blue Devils.
Florida State looks to bounce back after an emotional loss to Miami last weekend against a hungry Duke squad on their home turf.
No. 14 Duke became the first team to win the event with four victories in four days by rallying past No. 22 Notre Dame 75-69 on Saturday night.
The 17th-ranked Blue Devils topped No. 19 Florida State, 75-70, in front of 9,314 fans at Cameron Indoor Stadium Tuesday evening.
John Gillon hit a 3-pointer from the top of the key at the buzzer, and Syracuse upset No. 10 Duke 78-75 on Wednesday night.
On Tuesday, the Seminoles learned exactly how that schedule falls on the calendar. Including contests against powerhouses Alabama and Clemson, FSU will face eight teams that went to bowl games last season.
The 88-72 win by ninth-ranked Florida State over seventh-ranked Duke extends the program-record winning streak to 12 straight, topping a mark by was previously set by the 1969-70 Seminole unit.