- $50 for four tickets for reserved seating, plus four meal vouchers valid for a hot dog or popcorn and a drink (up to $92 total value)
- Available games: Sunday, January 24, at 3 p.m. (North Carolina); Monday, February 1, at 6 p.m. (Notre Dame); or Thursday, February 11, at 7 p.m. (Florida State)
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The Scouting Report
With conference play in full swing, the 18th-ranked Blue Devils are staring down a gauntlet of ACC rivals. Fortunately for them, forward Azura Stevens has been locked in since the season tipped off. After setting six school records as a freshman last year, the Raleigh native has proven that sophomore slumps are a bigger myth than absolute happiness. She leads the team with 18 points and nine rebounds per game, all while shooting a solid 55% from the field. Stevens will play a critical role in upcoming games, including the one against the 3rd-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Duke Blue Devils
According to legend, Duke's longtime athletic director and basketball coach Eddie Cameron sat down with football coach Wallace Wade in 1935 to drum up plans for a new indoor stadium. Throughout the meeting, the two doodled plans for the arena on the back of—what else?—a matchbook. If true, the apocryphal tale makes a fitting story for Duke, considering the university itself was founded partly on a fortune from North Carolina's prized tobacco industry.
Little could the men know at the time, but that brainchild, Cameron Indoor Stadium, would become a symbol of Duke's success over the years, in both basketball and athletics in general. Combined, the men's and women's hoops teams have collected more than 1,200 wins in front of home crowds, whose notoriously raucous cheers make it nearly impossible for visiting athletes to write their term papers on the sidelines. Steps away, Wallace Wade Stadium has stood tall since 1929, becoming the only venue outside of Pasadena, California, to host college football's iconic Rose Bowl game, back in 1942.