Monday, February 6, 2012

Miami Duke

  • DURHAM, N.C. – As the student section of the Cameron Crazies intermittently chanted Please dont eat me at him, Reggie Johnson deliberately continued to craft the best performance of his career.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • DURHAM – In the game before the big game, the Duke Blue Devils ran into a feisty Miami team that showed no fear inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.
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  • GAME NOTES: The seventh-ranked Blue Devils will look to keep up the race for first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference as they host the Miami-Florida Hurricanes for a bout at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
  • (USA Today)
  • Durham, NC (Sports Network) - Early in the season, all Reggie Johnson could do was look on as his Miami-Florida Hurricanes got off to a disappointing 5-4 start.
  • (First Coast News)
  • I thought [Reggie] Johnson was spectacular. I think for 24 minutes we werent really good at all. We had no energy and [Miami] did. I thought they played really well.
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  • No. 7 Duke won four national championships over the years while being driven by what Hall of Fame coach Mike Krzyzewski says was energy, effort and hunger.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • DURHAM — Leave it to the biggest player on Miami's roster to put the Hurricanes on his back and carry them to their most impressive victory in quite a while.
  • (Asheville Citizen-Times)
  • DURHAM Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski first comment to the media Sunday afternoon wasn't about his Blue Devils. It wasn't about the disappointment he felt after his seventh-ranked Blue Devils fell 78-74 in overtime to Miami, either.
  • (The News & Observer)
  • Duke averages 80.3 ppg. Heat forward Chris Bosh worked out with some University of Miami basketball players last summer, and one thing he said stuck with Hurricanes guard Malcolm Grant.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis of Palm Beach Central High and running back Randy Duke Johnson of Miami Norland High - Floridas Mr. Football winner this past season.
  • (CNN Sports Illustrated)

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