Duke finishes on 6-0 tear vs. Spread

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LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - The 2015 NCAA Champion Duke Blue Devils did some damage at the betting window in this year's tournament.

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Following their 68-63 victory over Wisconsin as a 1-point underdog, Duke finished the 2015 NCAA Tournament on a perfect 6-0 run against the spread. The Blue Devils' victories in this year's tourney included wins over Robert Morris, San Diego State, Utah, Gonzaga, Michigan State and Wisconsin.

Duke was the biggest favorite against Robert Morris, as it covered the 22.5-point spread in an 85-56 victory. The Blue Devils were 9-point favorites over San Diego State in a 68-49 win and were a 4.5-point favorite over Utah in a 63-57 win. They cruised to an 81-61 victory as a 5.5-point favorite in the Final Four.

Monday night's win over the Badgers gave Mike Krzyzewski his fifth NCAA tournament title.

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