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Beth Maiman | NCAA.com | February 15, 2017

Jayson Tatum scores career-high as Duke defeats Virginia

  The Blue Devils beat Virginia on Wednesday night on the road.

The No. 12 Blue Devils beat No. 14 Virginia 65-55 on Wednesday night at John Paul Jones Arena. 

Duke's Jayson Tatum scored a career-high 28 points to lead the charge. The Blue Devils have now won six straight games since losing to NC State on Jan. 23. The next game for Duke is against Wake Forest on Feb. 18.

Virginia suffered its second straight loss, as the Cavaliers fell to Virginia Tech on Saturday. Virginia has another tough came coming up when it travels to Chapel Hill on Saturday to play North Carolina. 

The Cavaliers have not defeated Duke during the regular season since 2013.

 

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