Duke Blue Devils vs. Oregon State Beavers | Full Game Highlights

Duke blue devils vs. Oregon state beavers | full game highlights

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The No. 8 Duke Blue Devils defeated the Oregon State Beavers, 54-51. Kyle Filipowski had 19 PTS & 14 REB for the Blue Devils in their win.

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