NCAA Basketball Highlights: Duke 84 – Maryland 64

01/26/2013

Josh Hairston, Quinn Cook, Shaquille Cleare, Pe'Shon HowardDURHAM, NC — It was another blowout for Duke, but this time they were giving out the beating instead of receiving it.

Just three days after being waxed by Miami, the Blue Devils responded with an 84-64 demolition of Maryland at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

All five Duke starters scored in double figures, with Rasheed Sulaimon’s 25 points and six made threes leading the way. Mason Plumlee added 19 points and seven rebounds.

Kevin Kugler and Kevin Grevey called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Mason Plumlee’s dunk makes it 12-7 Blue Devils)

0

(Alex Len responds with a dunk of his own)

1

(Rasheed Sulaimon’s fifth three of the first half makes it 32-22 Duke)

2

(Seth Curry’s triple puts the Blue Devils up 54-42)

3

(Another Mason Plumlee dunk makes it 68-53)

4

(Sulaimon’s hoop and foul puts Duke up 19)

5

(Mason Plumlee puts the exclamation point on a huge win)

6

(Postgame recap from Kevin Kugler and Kevin Grevey)

7

Comments Closed

Comments are closed.

Most Recent NCAA Basketball Posts

Boxed Out 800

Bill Frieder on Miami, Oregon, Indiana and more

27 January 2016 No Comments
This week I want to mention some teams that have a great chance to make the Final Four and maybe haven’t been talked about as much. Hurricane Forecast Let’s start in the ACC, and go way south. There is a lot of talent near South Beach. The Hurricanes beat a…
Read More »
TWITBE 800x497

TWITBE: Georgetown’s JT3, commissioner Val Ackerman and Donny Marshall

21 January 2016 Comments are off for this post.
Guests on the latest installment of This Week in the Big East include Georgetown head coach John Thompson III, Big East commissioner Val Ackerman and Fox Sports and Westwood One analyst Donny Marshall. For comprehensive coverage of the conference, log on to BigEast.com! The hosts for This Week In The BIG EAST…
Read More »
12
Boxed Out by Bill Frieder

Bill Frieder on Iowa, USC, Washington, the A-10 and more

20 January 2016 Comments are off for this post.
When you do something for the first time in more than 20 years, you can get excited. Iowa, behind Jarrod Uthoff, already beat Michigan State on the road for the first time since 1993 (ending an 18-game losing streak) and the Hawkeyes seem to be poised for an incredible run this year.…
Read More »