The Duke men's basketball team is having a historic season—just not in the way it would like.
Duke fell to Notre Dame 93-89 on Tuesday to drop to 7-8 on the season. This is the first time since 1999 that the program has had a record below .500, according to Kyle Boone of CBS Sports.
Per Matt Giles of FanSided, it's been even longer since the Blue Devils were below .500 in February, something they haven't done since 1995.
The program is in serious danger to miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1995, when legendary head coach Mike Krzyzewski was on leave to recover from back surgery, per Mike Lopresti of NCAA.com. The Blue Devils went 13-18 that year and picked up just two ACC victories.