Mason Plumlee in the Dean Dome: Freshman year vs. Senior year
@dukeblueplanet: #winstagram Rolled out 14-0 and didn’t look back tonight.
Tonight. 9pm (EST). ESPN. Duke @ UNC.
College GameDay’s in Chapel Hill, and it’s also the Tar Heels’ Senior Night. Definitely wouldn’t mind raining on their parade a little bit. (Or a lot. Drop some monsoon-like rain on that baby blue parade tonight, boys.)
DBP Video: 2013 Senior Night Speeches
“The season doesn’t end tonight. I know a lot of you guys have nice cars. I see them all over campus. So hop in your car. I want you all to drive to Greensboro, and then I want you to drive to Atlanta come April.”
@dukeblueplanet: SR Night #winstagram… Our senior players and managers. Leave Cameron in style 16-0, 63-3 overall
“We were all privileged to see one of the performances of the ages, I think, by Ryan Kelly. Me saying spectacular or whatever doesn’t do his performance justice. One for the ages. Probably as good of a performance as any Duke player has had in Cameron.” — Coach K (x)
From Sports Illustrated:
Senior forward Ryan Kelly came back on Saturday for the Blue Devils’ thrilling win over the Hurricanes. Not only came back, but started, and not only started, but played 32 minutes. Not only contributed, but put up a career-high 36 points and a team-high seven rebounds, and was the reason Duke avenged the humiliating, 27-point loss it suffered to the Hurricanes on Jan. 23, with Kelly sidelined. He not only stunned Miami but also his own teammates — who had seen him participate in a fraction of just one practice — and his coach, who could only say, “How did that happen? I don’t know how the hell that happened. But it did, and we won, and God Bless America.”