Team Notes: • Duke won its 30th consecutive game in Cameron Indoor Stadium, tied for the longest active streak in the country. The Blue Devils are 14-0 at home this season after going 16-0 in 2012-13. The 30-game streak is the fifth longest in school history. • Duke’s home win streak against Maryland extended to seven straight games. Duke has not lost to Maryland at home since Feb. 28, 2007. • Maryland became the 10th consecutive opponent Duke has held under 70 points at home. Duke is 17-0 this season when holding opponents under 70 points. • Duke won 20 games for the 18th consecutive season and 49th time overall. Duke has won at least 20 games in 29 of head coach Mike Krzyzewski’s 34 seasons. • Jabari Parker scored 23 points, giving Duke a 20-point scorer in 20 of 25 games. Duke has gotten 32 20-point games this season, including a team-leading 15 from Parker, eight from Rodney Hood (including one 30-point scorer), four from Quinn Cook and two each from Andre Dawkins and Rasheed Sulaimon. • Duke hit 28-of-34 (.824) free throws, the second most makes this season. Duke has shot over 80.0 percent from the line seven times this season. Duke made nine more made free throws than Maryland had free throw attempts. • Duke grabbed double-digit offensive rebounds for the eighth straight game. The Blue Devils finished with 12 offensive rebounds, including eight in the second half. In conference play, Duke averages 12.8 offensive rebounds per game to rank third in the ACC. • Maryland outrebounded Duke 23-16 in the first half but Duke turned around to match the Terrapins with a 20-20 rebounding comparison in the second half. • Duke improved to 19-2 against unranked teams in 2013-14. Under head coach Mike Krzyzewski, Duke is 712-113 all-time against unranked teams, including 414-44 since the 1996-97 season. • Duke carried a 39-33 lead into halftime, marking the 22nd time this season Duke has led at the break. Duke has trailed at halftime just once in 25 games this season. • Duke played its 243rd consecutive game as a ranked team. The Blue Devils are 202-41 (.831) during that run, which began at the start of the 2007-08 season.
Rodney Hood • Scored 11 points for his 20th double-figure scoring game of the season. • Hit a three-pointer in the 22nd straight game, the longest active streak on the team. Hood finished 1-of-4 from three-point range and is shooting .443 (51-of-115) from three-point range this season. • Scored nine of his 11 points in the second half.
Amile Jefferson • Recorded double-digit rebounds for the fifth time this season, leading Duke with 12 boards. Duke improved to 5-0 when Jefferson has 10 or more rebounds. • Secured a defensive rebound on Maryland’s last shot attempt to secure the Duke win. Jefferson was fouled after grabbing the rebound and hit a free throw with 1.1 seconds left to put Duke ahead 69-67.
Jabari Parker • Recorded his 15th 20-point game of the season, tied for the third most by a freshman in ACC history alongside Joe Smith of Maryland (1993-94). The ACC record for 20-point games by a freshman belongs to Kenny Anderson of Georgia Tech, who had 19 in 1989-90. • Dunked the go-ahead basket with 1:17 left to put Duke on top 68-67. Parker followed by blocking what would have been a go-ahead layup by Charles Mitchell with five seconds left. • Hit 9-of-10 free throws, matching career highs for made free throws, free throw attempts and free throw percentage. • Blocked multiple shots for the third straight game. Parker leads Duke with 31 blocks and ranks seventh on Duke’s freshman blocks list. • Threw down his team-leading 48th dunk of the year and is now within three dunks of tying Josh McRoberts (2005-06) for the most dunks by a Duke freshman. McRoberts had 51 in his first year as a Blue Devil.
Rasheed Sulaimon • Scored 11 points to record his 12th double-figure scoring game this season and 10th in the past 14 games. Sulaimon is averaging 11.1 points per game during that 14-game stretch. • Gave Duke a 62-60 lead with a three-pointer at the 4:24 mark in the second half. • Played 35 minutes, marking the third time in his past four games he has played more than 30 minutes. Sulaimon played 30 minutes just once in Duke’s first 21 games.