Over the last three seasons, while posting three consecutive winning records, Duke benefited from the ACC’s unbalanced schedule.
The Blue Devils haven’t played the Atlantic Division’s top teams — Clemson, Florida State or Louisville — in the regular season since 2012. That will change, beginning this season, and it coincides with non-conference games against higher level schools as well.
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