Duke’s Loss to Georgia Tech Worse Than Score Indicates

Posted by Mike Kline on November-18-2009 Add Comments

Not often does a single loss have a ripple effect on a team that leads into the following year.

In Duke football's case, one loss did just that.

The loss in question has nothing to do with the final score from this past Saturday's beatdown at the hands of Georgia Tech. In that game backup quarterback Sean Renfree suffered a season-ending ACL tear.

On the surface it doesn't seem like much of a biggie for a team's backup quarterback to go down, but for Duke it was the worst loss of the season.

Namely because Renfree is slated to be the Blue Devils' starting quarterback next season.

With the average recovery and rehab time taking anywhere from six to 10 months, Renfree will certainly miss all of spring p...

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