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Notre Dame vs. Duke score: Live game updates, college football scores, NCAA highlights, full coverage

If you’re looking at the 10-6 halftime score, you’re probably assuming that both the No. 10 Notre Dame and Duke offenses have been sloppy. That’s partially true, but it’s not the entire story. Both teams have put together a couple of long drives and long plays, but finishing has been the problem. Duke has found itself with two goal-to-go situations and had to settle for a field goal both times. Notre Dame started the game with three consecutive three-and-outs before putting together a touchdown drive. Then the red zone bug came for the Fighting Irish as well.

After a Kyren Williams took a screen pass 75 yards to set up a first-and-goal for the Irish, quarterback Ian Book threw an interception on the next play to end the threat. That’s where we stand at halftime with Notre Dame ahead 10-6 and both teams feeling like they’ve left points out on the field. And they’re right. It’s not often you see two offenses combine to average 6 yards per play in the first half and only score 13 points in the process. Hopefully, we’ll see both teams do a better job of finishing drives in the second half.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way updating this story with the latest from Notre Dame vs. Duke on Saturday. Keep it locked here for live updates, highlights and more throughout the game.



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