A prosecutor’s decision to not bring charges against Florida State quarterback and Heisman Trophy favorite Jameis Winston has removed a cloud from over the team, which is focused and prepared to face Duke in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game, Coach Jimbo Fisher said.
In preparation for Duke’s first trip to the ACC Championship game, Mac spoke with starting quarterback and Weddington’s own, Anthony Boone. Boone emphasized this team’s goal remains to win the ACC, not content with just making it to Charlotte.
Greg Anthony, the lead college hoops analyst for CBS, joins the guys and immediately jumps into the Ron Rivera for Coach of the Year discussion. After agreeing with Mac, the guys move into college hardwood discussions.
Duke played the defense its Hall of Fame coach wanted to see, while Quinn Cook turned in an all-around floor game to keep the 10th-ranked Blue Devils rolling in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is the Atlantic Coast Conference’s rookie of the year and Duke’s David Cutcliffe is its coach of the year for the second straight season.
Duke must find a way to slow down Florida State receiver Kelvin Benjamin if the No. 20 Blue Devils want to have a chance of upsetting the top-ranked Seminoles in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship.
No. 24 Duke is in the midst of one of the most successful seasons in program history. Just don’t refer to the Blue Devils as one-year wonders.
The path to an ACC championship once again leads through Duke — and not just in basketball, either. These Blue Devils proved to No. 24 Miami — and maybe everyone else — that they’re no longer pushovers.
The surprising 7-2 Duke Blue Devils coach David Cutcliffe talks with The Drive about the Devils first back to back bowl appearances in Durham, how recruiting has changed in the ACC, and what people may think of his team from around the country.