LOOK: Duke's ACC Coastal Division title rings
Duke players and coaches received rings to celebrate the 6-2 conference record that resulted in the school's first ACC Championship Game appearance.
Championship ring season arrived in Durham, N.C. this week, with members of the Duke football program receiving commemorative rings to celebrate the 2013 ACC Coastal Division title.
The division title was just one piece of an accolade-filled year for the Blue Devils, who also recorded the first 10-win season in school history, and David Cutcliffe, the 2013 AFCA Coach of the Year.
Re'quan Boyette, Duke's running backs coach and former team captain, shared a photo of the commemorative rings on Twitter.
Another close up, courtesy of 6-3, 300-pound offensive guard Cody Robinson.
Duke was one of the first schools to wrap spring practice, holding its annual spring game and concluding the practice sessions in early March. The Blue Devils will open the 2014 season against Elon at home on Saturday, Aug. 30.
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