All eyes will be on the Duke Blue Devils and coach Mike Krzyzewski, aka Coach K, in the upcoming NCAA March Madness tournament.
This will be his final year in his legendary coaching career, so he's going to do his best to go out on the highest of notes, a National Championship victory.
WynnBET has Duke listed at +1200 odds (bet $100 to profit $1,200) to win the tournament, which is the sixth shortest odds on the list behind Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas, Kentucky, and Baylor.
But, when was the last time Duke won it all? Let's take a look.
Last Time Duke Won March Madness
The last time Duke won the National Championship was in 2015. In that tournament, Duke was listed as the No. 1 seed of the South Region. They went on to beat Robert Morris, San Diego State, Utah, Gonzaga, Michigan State, and then finally Wisconsin in the National Championship Game.
Ironically, Duke will likely have to go through Gonzaga again this year if they want to win it all, as the Bulldogs are the No. 1 seed. A legendary matchup with Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans could also be in store in the Round of 32, if Michigan State can get past Davidson in the opening round.
How Many Times Has Coach K Won March Madness?
Coach K has led the Duke Blue Devils to five national championships since taking over as head coach in in 1980. He led them to back-to-back championships in 1990-91 and 1991-92, and then won in 2000-01, 2009-10, and finally 2014-15.
If he's able to win it all again this year, he'll retire with six national championships to his name.
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