Duke Looks For Answers With UNC Next

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Mike Krzyzewski says the 10 minutes he had on Monday's ACC coaches' teleconference wasn't nearly enough time to explain what the Blue Devils need to fix.

Krzyzewski says he's "going to stress more than I can talk to you about."

No. 10 Duke (19-4, 6-2) remains near the top of the ACC but slipped three spots in the national rankings with the recent setbacks. Looming on the horizon for the Blue Devils is a date with No. 5 North Carolina later this week.

Duke has lost two of its last three home games, and the only win in felt like a loss to Krzyzewski.

Their latest defeat, a 78-74 overtime loss to Miami, included a noticeable lack of energy and effort -- especially early as Duke fell behind by 16.

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  • by Deez on Feb 6, 2012 at 02:23 PM
    What's up with all this dook information? 3 out of the last 5 sports articles are about dook while they are only the 2nd or 3rd best team in the state. You know what you need to fix krazoosky? A lot of stuff and it will get shown in the light Wednesday night.

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