Mike Jensen has the post-game reaction for the Philly Inquirerafter the Duke-Temple match, and you can color him impressed:
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"Hate 'em all you want, the Dookies are for real again, especially when they are this hot from the outside. Just when Temple thought it might have a chance in the second half, Seth Curry hit a three and a couple of free throws and a jumper off the dribble and another three. Time to hit the turnpike.
"Yes, Duke shot a lot of free throws and Temple didn't shoot any until less than nine minutes were left in the game. But that was mostly a function of how this game was played. Duke had advantages inside and out. Last season, Temple was able to dictate the action with strong guard play. As there was no encore of that, Duke's inside advantages were felt more at the foul line than scoring inside. The Blue Devils shot only 41 percent from inside the three-point arc."