BRIEF: Miami-Duke: Round 2
Mar 02, 2013 (News & Record - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
Way back on Jan. 23, when the Duke basketball team was still finding its way after Ryan Kelly's foot injury, Miami wore out the Blue Devils 90-63 in a game that was their worst ACC defeat in four seasons.
That kind of utter domination rarely happens to Duke. The kind of blowout that a veteran Miami team that had lost five times in six tries to the Blue Devils could bask in for every 3-point-swishing, brick-inducing, court-slapping minute.
The Hurricanes make the return trip to Durham tonight with the No. 1 seed in the ACC tournament in hand, but with a regular-season conference title still to clinch.
The Blue Devils are still smarting from Thursday's Virginia loss, still clinging to an outside shot at a share of the regular-season conference title and still keeping memories of that January blowout fresh.
So what exactly happened to the Blue Devils in Coral Gables six weeks ago And how can they avoid the same thing this time around
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