David Cutcliffe and Duke have agreed to a contract extension through the 2020 season. The former Ole Miss coach and Tennessee offensive coordinator, hired in 2007, has led the Blue Devils to 52 wins in nine seasons, which is 42 more victories than the program's cumulative total from 2000-07. "Simply put, Duke University is terribly honored and very proud to have one of the truly pinnacle football coaches in the country leading the Blue Devil program into the next decade," Duke athletic director Kevin White said in a release. "To be sure, what Coach Cutcliffe has accomplished over nine seasons at Duke is nothing short of extraordinary. With David's innovation, vision, passion, not to mention well-seasoned expertise, our student-athletes will continue to enjoy, both academically and athletically, the very best - actually the 'gold standard' - experience within the broader enterprise that is college football." Cutcliffe was ACC Coach of the Year in 2012 and 2013, the year Duke won a school single-season record 10 games.
Duke extends David Cutcliffe through 2020 season
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