DURHAM — Duke's 66-48 victory over Virginia Tech started about as well as the Blue Devils could have hoped. Through 12 minutes, the Hokies had more points than turnovers. But to Virginia Tech's credit, the Hokies didn't just roll over when they were down by 20 with 9:50 still remaining in the first half. They took advantage of lapses in Duke's defense to make the game competitive into the second half, as Duke didn't keep a double-digit lead for good until there was 13:10 left in the game. Remarkable, considering how the contest started. ...
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