In case you missed the Duke Blue Devils thrilling 38-20 win over N.C. State, some guy named DeVon Edwards scored on a 100 yard kickoff return to give Duke a 17-13 lead over N.C. State and he would later have back to back interceptions on consecutive plays both for touchdowns. If you didn’t know Edwards name before, you certainly will moving forward. Coach Cutcliffe said he had a “A magic night,” in his post game presser and most of the media agreed. In fact, the only thing Edwards didn’t do was leap over a tall building with a single bound. Edwards was a gem on the recruiting trail that Cut and company turned up and few recruited him out of high school, so yes, the staff knew what they were doing offering him. It was quite simply one of the better personal efforts of any player in recent memory and his play electrified the near capacity crowd. In fact, Edwards gave Duke a shot in the arm when their offense struggled mightily in the second half. Enjoy his post game interview and you’ll quickly see he is a humble young man, one which represents the type of character the current staff loves to bring in.