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Duke Could Be In Big Trouble Against Tulsa

James Brown@@chasingballgameSenior Analyst IFebruary 25, 2010

ATLANTA - JANUARY 09:  Head coach Krzyzewski of the Duke Blue Devils against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Alexander Memorial Coliseum on January 9, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Tulsa @ Duke

Duke is one of the better teams in the country and they play great at home there is no doubt about it, but the Duke players will have a hard time getting motivated for this game against Tulsa. Duke has won six straight games all in the ACC and play Tulsa a team that has not played great basketball. This out of conference game will be nothing but a distraction for a Duke team that will pick right back up with ACC play after this contest. Tulsa is 5th in conference USA but only one game away from 20 victories on the season and that and a close game against Duke could keep the bubble intact for Tulsa

Play: Tulsa +18

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