2024 Duke Blue Devils March Madness Schedule

Will Duke men’s basketball get back to ultimate dominance this season and cut down the final net for the first time since 2015? If the Blue Devils have what it takes to make a magical run, they’ll likely have some backing from home-state bettors since online sports betting launched in North Carolina on March 11.

Not to be left out of the national title conversation is the Duke women’s basketball team. Like the men, Duke’s ladies have their dance card in hand and are excited to punch their ticket to the grand finale.

What stands between these teams and a date with destiny? Let’s take a look at the 2024 Duke Blue Devils March Madness schedule and odds.

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Duke Men’s Basketball Team Current Title Odds

Duke is skidding into the madness on a losing streak. Could the Blue Devils’ back-to-back losses heading into the tournament be partially to blame for the lengthy title futures? This is, after all, a squad with an overall 24-8 record.

And speaking of losses, if there is such thing as a “good” loss, Duke certainly has had a few. The Blue Devils fell twice to rival North Carolina, once to a gutsy Georgia Tech team, and once to a seemingly unstoppable Arizona, among other losses.


Now, No. 4-seed Duke will square off against No. 13 Vermont on Friday in Brooklyn in the South Region. Currently, the Devils’ odds to make it out of the region are — third-best behind Houston and Marquette.

Duke has five national titles in its basketball trophy case. What say you to sprinkling a few bucks on to make it six in 2024?

DateTime RoundTeam ATeam BCity
Fri, March 224:10 p.m. ETFirst RoundDuke Vermont Brooklyn, NY
Sun, March 24Second RoundDukeWisc/JMUBrooklyn, NY
March 28-29Sweet 16Dallas, TX
March 30-31Elite EightDallas, TX
Sat, April 6Final FourGlendale, AZ
Mon, April 8ChampionshipGlendale, AZ

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Duke Women’s Basketball Team Current Title Odds

It’s head coach Kara Lawson’s world. And fortunately for her handful of freshmen dancing for the first time, they get to be a part of her genius.

Duke women’s success rests largely on Lawson’s shoulders. It’s because of her skilled leadership that her squad was able to go 9-4 in non-conference play and 11-7 in the ACC. Additionally, Lawson’s ladies led the ACC in total defense, helping the team notch a 20-11 overall record.


The team takes on No. 10-seed Richmond — a squad the Devils beat 83-53 in the home opener back on Nov. 6.

If you’re backing the Blue this week, here are a few players to watch: Guard Reigan Richardson (11.5 points per game), guard Oluchi Okananwa (6.2 boards per game), and guard Taina Mair (3.7 assists and 1.5 steals per contest).

DateTimeRound Team ATeam BCity
Fri, March 222:30 p.m. ETFirst RoundDuke Richmond Columbus, OH
Sun, March 24Second RoundDukeOSU/MaineColumbus, OH
March 29-30Sweet 16Portland, OR
Mar 31-Apr 1Elite EightPortland, OR
Fri, Apr 5Final FourCleveland, OH
Sun, Apr 7ChampionshipCleveland, OH

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Erica Renee Davis

Erica Renee Davis

Erica Renee Davis is a sports betting writer with Gaming Today. She graduated from the University of Georgia with degrees in Journalism and Political Science. After cheering as an NFL cheerleader for the Atlanta Falcons, Erica moved to Los Angeles where she became the host of Kevin Pollak's This Week In Football digital show. Since then, she has appeared as an on-air host and sports commentator for NASCAR Digital Media, FOX Bet, Spectrum News 1 SoCal, CNN, HLN, and TEGNA's Daily Blast Live.

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