DURHAM -- The 100th year of Duke Football was without question one of the program's most emotional.
The team finished the 2012 campaign with a 6-6 record, its best mark since the 1994 season, and earned a spot in the Belk Bowl against Cincinnati, the Devils' first postseason appearance since that same year.
In the short time since the season's final game, head coach David Cutcliffe has been named the ACC's coach of the year by both the media and his peers, and nine Blue Devils were named to a variety of All-ACC and All-America teams.
Now you can relive the moments that helped make the record-breaking 2012 football season so memorable by watching the Season Recap Show.
The Blue Devil Network production covers the year's most important stories, from wide receiver Blair Holliday's remarkable, ongoing recovery from a July watercraft accident, to the record-breaking performances of wide receiver Conner Vernon, and more.
After you watch the show, be sure to check out GoDuke.com's Belk Bowl Central to see how you can be a part of Duke's bowl experience in Charlotte, N.C.