One of the greatest minds in college sports is taking a bow. Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski has announced his retirement.

This is not the news that Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski was looking forward to hearing on Mother's Day.

Even Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski had enough the Cameron Crazies. Coach K was spotted going on the student section at Cameron Indoor Stadium while his squad played the Pitt Panthers last night (Jan. 29).

Last night (Nov.26) in Cameron Indoor Stadium, something epic happened. Perennial college basketball powerhouse Duke joined Kentucky by suffering a devastating and surprising loss to SFA (Stephen F. Austin) in what is considered to be one of the biggest upsets in college sports history.


While Nike and adidas duke it out for sneaker supremacy out in these streets, Skechers cleverly roasted the Swoosh with an ad that highlighted an incident that not only injured the top prospect in this years NBA Draft, but also (allegedly) caused the former’s shares to drop 2 percent.

Coach K finally decided to suspend Grayson Allen for trying to add leg sweeps to college basketball. The problem is it happened just a tad too late (maybe after the first or second tripping incident, maybe), and when you couple that with the hate for Duke basketball—you get a nexus of Twitter slander. 

Grayson Allen has a problem. The Duke star has been suspended indefinitely from the team for once again intentionally tripping a player on an opposing team. 

It’s 2015, but there are plenty of lowlifes who would prefer the Jim Crow way of life that flourished prior to 1964. A noose was found hanging from a tree on the campus of Duke University on Wednesday (April 1) morning. 

Ever imagine what it would be like to be nationally recognized yet still locally respected producer 9th Wonder? Now is your shot thanks to a documentary called The Wonder Year that chronicles the Little Brother founder’s work teaching at Duke University, producing tracks and offering insight into all that went into becoming the renowned artist […]