Loyalty is not common anymore, least of all in sports, so when we encounter it we should appreciate it. So it is with David Cutcliffe, who said on Sunday that he's definitely sticking with Dukedespite considerable interest from other, more prominent football programs.
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Our hope is that Duke fans reciprocate this. He came to Duke when almost no one wanted the position and he has done a remarkable job.
That said, there may still be bumps in the road. So if we come across a couple in the next season or two, as the building continues, we hope Duke fans will reciprocate Cutcliffe's loyalty and passion for Duke. As far as we're concerned, he's our coach for as long as he wants the job. He's been unbelievably good for Duke.