Duke coach David Cutcliffe gives up play-calling duties, realigns staff


Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe is giving up play-calling duties amid multiple changes in responsibilities for the Blue Devils coaching staff following a two-win season in 2020. Cutcliffe took over play-calling last season as the Blue Devils sought an offensive spark, but said Thursday he needed to return to taking a broader program overview. (Associated Press)

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Duke coach David Cutcliffe gives up play-calling duties, realigns staff


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