Duke enters a whole new zone
The Blue Devils have cruised through soft competition, but Baylor offers lengthy issues
The "Instant Intel" series is designed to immediately respond to a team's victory by looking ahead to its next opponent.
Duke hasn't played a tournament game decided by less than 10 points yet. Whether it's their overall dominance or the red carpet the selection committee rolled out in the South, the way the Blue Devils have executed on both sides of the ball has made opponents look boringly overmatched. Sunday's Elite Eight game could be the first time that pattern changes.
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