Mike Krzyzewski was mad, real mad. And it was hard to tell who upset him more - Duke's players ballor fans.
"When I came out after halftime I've never seen our students sitting down," he said. "I was in shock. I told my players to get off their butts. . . . I think our students should get off their butts, too. I think that we are spoiled . . . and maybe my team is too."That outburst came after the No. 1 Blue Devils rallied in the final seconds to beat Maryland 91-89 Thursday night. Duke won its 27th straight home game, barely.
"We need to be a lot hungrier here at Duke University," Krzyzewski said. "A good team has to do it all the time. We played spoiled and cheered spoiled."
Firing up the fans and the team wasn't a problem at Arizona State, where the Sun Devils surprised No. 5 Arizona 77-74.
Arizona State had lost 11 straight to its intrastate rivals since the last game of the 1985-86 season.
"In my three years here at ASU we have accomplished some great things - the attendance, the postseason appearances, the recruiting classes are all great. But this hasn't been done in a long, long while," coach Bill Frieder said.
In other games, No. 2 UCLA routed Stanford 96-70, No. 15 Southern Cal beat California 94-81 and DePaul downed No. 19 Cincinnati 71-69.