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Duke, Cutcliffe agree to 2-year extension through '22 season

William & Mary's Pierce to play at UNC as graduate transfer

UNC hires Princeton’s Banghart as women’s basketball coach

Duke QB Daniel Jones selected 6th overall in NFL Draft by New York Giants

UNC guard Woods announces plans to transfer from program

Hatchell steps down as UNC Women's Basketball Head Coach after 33 years

Zion Williamson entering NBA draft after 1 year at Duke

Wake hoops assistant, accused in punching incident, resigns

Duke’s Cam Reddish turns pro, hires agent

RJ Barrett to enter NBA draft after 1 season at Duke

Comeback! Cavs get their title, 85-77 in OT over Texas Tech

Tre Jones to return to Duke for sophomore season

Virginia Tech hires former Wofford basketball coach Young

QB competition takes center stage in 2019 Kay Yow Spring Game

Offense beats Defense in Wake Forest Spring Football Game, 55-45

Zion Williamson awarded 2019 Naismith Trophy for men's player of the year

Guy hits FTs on disputed foul, Virginia shocks Auburn, 63-62

Vanderbilt hires Kinston's Jerry Stackhouse

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