CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- After spending their first 36 hours in Charlotte sightseeing, the Blue Devils got back to work Sunday afternoon.
Practicing for the first time since arriving in the Queen City for the Belk Bowl, Duke hit the field at Charlotte Latin High School, just South of downtown Charlotte, for a workout that lasted around 90 minutes.
A number of Duke players hail from the Charlotte area, but for Ross Cockrell, Duke’s All-ACC cornerback, the practice was a chance to return to his alma mater.
Head coach David Cutcliffe answered questions from the media before directing the Blue Devils through practice and the Blue Devil Network was there to give Duke fans an exclusive look at Duke’s preparations for Cincinnati.
You can take in the sights and sounds of Duke’s first Charlote bowl practice here.
Duke plays the Bearcats in the Belk Bowl at Bank of America Stadium on December 27 at 6:30 p.m.