The undefeated seasons are no more.

After No. 2 Michigan fell to Wisconsin Saturday afternoon, No. 4 Virginia stood alone as the only undefeated team in Division I basketball. But a trip to Cameron Indoor put an end to that, as No. 1 Duke defended the home court with a 72-70 win.

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The 72 points were the most Virginia has allowed all season. What’s more, RJ Barrett (30) and Zion Williamson (27) combined to score more points in the game than 11 of Virginia’s opponents did against the Cavaliers this year.

All of those points counted the same, but none were as loud as the three that came from this and-one dunk:

Neither team could find any success beyond the arc, as Virginia finished 3-for-17 (17.6 percent), while Duke went 2-for-14 (14.3 percent). Virginia’s Kyle Guy, whose 46.7 percent accuracy from deep was second in the ACC among all players with at least two 3-point attempts per game was a painful 2-for-7 (28.6 percent).

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With the loss, Virginia now moves to 0-22 all time in road/neutral court games against the AP No. 1 team.

Below, you can relive the game via our live blog:


Duke-Virginia stats breakdown

  Duke Virginia
Record 14-2 16-0
AP Rank 1 4
Points per game 90.2 74.2
Opponent points per game 66.9 51.7
Strength of schedule 11 61
Field goal percentage 48.8 48.1
3-point percentage 31.8 40.9
Rebounds per game 44.3 35.4
Assists per game 18.4 14.9
Steals per game 10.8 6.1
Turnovers per game 13.1 8.9

Duke-Virginia preview, prediction, keys to the game

Control the 3-point line, control the game

In the 95-91 loss to Syracuse, Duke went 9-for-43 from 3-point range. That is not a typo. That is also not a winning strategy.