Duke will face rival North Carolina in the Final Four, their first meeting in the NCAA Tournament, or Cinderella, Saint Peter’s depending on who wins Sunday night.
On Saturday night, Duke took care of business and overpowered Arkansas on his way to a 78-69 win.
Four Duke players scored double that, led by 18 from striker AJ Griffin as Coach K’s team built a first-half lead. They didn’t let it slip in the second half.
Now the Blues can celebrate, cut the net, then prepare for their first Finals since they won the title in 2015.
March Madness: Who does Duke play in the Final Four?
Duke will play the winner of Sunday’s game between Saint Peter’s and UNC in the Final Four.
Well, Duke was a UNC win over Saint Peter’s when facing their nasty opponent in the NCAA Tournament for the first time ever.
Blue Devils fans may have a bit of a dilemma deciding who they want to stick with in the Peacocks vs Tar Heels game.
On the other hand, facing 15th seed Saint Peter’s will give them a chance to go deeper into the national title match.
On the other hand, a game against UNC and the chance to avenge their regular-season loss at Cameron Indoor Stadium is an idea too tempting to ignore.
Anyone who greets Duke at the Final Four, the Blue Devils will know they have two more wins to go before seeing off retired Coach K.
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