Photo: Renovations at Wallace Wade Stadium meant removing the historic track.
DURHAM, N.C. – The greening of Duke’s renovated Wallace Wade Stadium continued as the Blue Devils tested the pristine turf grown in Georgia and transplanted in quadrants for the first time in fall camp.
After 75 snaps in Saturday’s second scrimmage leading to the Sept. 3 opener at Tulane, the Bermuda grass with a sand base still appeared smooth enough to pull out a golf putter for a little late afternoon practice. ...
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