The show is a production of the Blue Devil ISP Sports Network. "We're thrilled about returning to the Washington Duke Inn for another year as we continue to share our program with alumni, fans and the local community on WDNC," said Cutcliffe. "Our appreciation extends to Randy Kolls, Jim Bressler and the wonderful staff at the Washington Duke Inn for hosting the broadcast and we hope fans will continue to join us on Tuesday nights."
Cutcliffe is in his third season at the helm of the Duke football program after being named the school's 21st head football coach on December 15, 2007. He has guided the Blue Devils to nine victories in two years – one victory shy of the program's total in the previous eight seasons. Cutcliffe spent 19 seasons (1982-98; 2006-07) as an assistant coach at Tennessee, helping the Volunteers to 173 wins, 15 bowl games, five SEC championships and the 1998 national title. The Birmingham, Ala., native also served six seasons (1998-04) as the head coach at Ole Miss where he coached in five bowl games and earned SEC Coach of the Year honors in 2003 after the Rebels went 10-3, captured the league's Western Division crown and defeated Oklahoma State, 31-28, in the Cotton Bowl.
Fans may submit questions for Coach Cutcliffe via email at AskCoachCut@duaa.duke.edu.
Art Chase, a member of the Duke sports information office since 2000, will host the show alongside Cutcliffe.
Located on the campus of Duke University, the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club is an Award-winning hotel like no other in the region. Built in the style of an old English country inn the hotel is nestled on a 300-acre site and situated in the heartland of North Carolina. The Inn features the Duke University Golf Course, 271 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, the award-winning Fairview Dining Room, the Bull Durham Bar and superb meeting facilities for groups from 20 to 600. For more information, visit www.washingtondukeinn.com