TDDTV: Brett Huffman Extended Interview

Duke TE Brett Huffman says he and his teammates weren't surprised by Sean Renfree's debut and expect the talented sophomore QB to continue his high level play as the season progresses. Check out Huffman's full comments here on TDDTV.
September 8, 2010

TDDTV: Brett Huffman Extended Interview

Duke TE Brett Huffman thinks the Blue Devils' running attack is in better shape now than it was at any time last year.
August 18, 2010

Huffman Ready For 2010

Brett Huffman, one of Duke's fifth year senior tight ends, says he's ready for his final season and looks back over his career to date.
August 12, 2010

TDDTV Brings You 8 Extended Video Interviews

Check out a number of extended video interviews from the various media sessions held on Friday with the football and basketball programs here on TDDTV.
January 16, 2010

TDDTV: Brett Huffman Coaching Reaction

Duke tight end Brett Huffman told the media he was somewhat surprised when he heard that Coach Cutcliffe was going to stay at Duke.
January 16, 2010

Video: Brett Huffman

One of the biggest standouts at Duke's annual one day camp last summer was Massillon, Ohio's Brett Huffman. The 6-foot-5, 230 pounder put on a show in the weight room and on the track and soon earned a Duke offer. Now, check out this exclusive Scout.com video footage of Huffman.
January 27, 2006

Photo Gallery - Massillon at McKinley

With 24,242 people in the stands at Fawcett Stadium on a beautiful Saturday afternoon in October, McKinley handed their longtime rival a good old-fashioned spanking. The numbers tell the story quite accurately. McKinley had 249 yards on the ground, Massillon 56. McKinley had 90 in the air, Massillon 68. McKinley had 70 offensive plays to Massillon's 47. Time of possession favored McKinley 31 minutes to 17. Morgan Williams was the star of the game rushing for 234 yards and four touchdowns.
October 30, 2005

Devils Land Big Time Tight End

When Duke's one day football camp ended with no big time prospects committing, several "naysayers" began crowing. However, over the weekend, one of the most impressive prospects to attend in early July decided that he would become the seventh member of Duke's recruiting class after returning to Durham for an unofficial visit.
July 18, 2005