Wake Forest rallies from nine-point deficit in 75 seconds to beat Duke

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA - FEBRUARY 25: Brandon Childress #0 of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons with the ball during the first half during their game against the Duke Blue Devils at LJVM Coliseum Complex on February 25, 2020 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images)

Wildness before March Madness ensued as Duke showed us again that we are up for a different level of chaos in college basketball this year.

Duke was up by nine against Wake Forest in the last two minutes but made multiple turnovers in the short span. The Demon Deacons was able to cut the lead to three with 17 seconds left.

Wake Forest rallies

Wake Forest managed to extend the game to double overtime. There, they completed the comeback over the Blue Devils  with the final score of 113-101. It was the Demon Deacons' first against Duke since 2014.

Duke falls in standings

Duke falls by a half-game back from Louisville and a game back from Florida State in the conference standings after the loss. 

The Blue Devils has three games left in the ACC on its schedule. Florida State will have to lose to Clemson, Notre Dame or Boston College for Duke to climb up again.

This might be the first time that Duke will not have a route left for their first regular season title of the conference since 2010.

Can Duke still win the ACC regular season title? Does the Wake Forest win speak about their chances at the NCAA title? Let's talk about the madness in the comments below.

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