Duke retires No. 4 of Redick, and he ...

Duke retires No. 4 of Redick, and he says he's humbled

There are 2 comments on the News & Record story from Feb 5, 2007, titled Duke retires No. 4 of Redick, and he says he's humbled. In it, News & Record reports that:

Duke retired J.J. Redick's No. 4 jersey Sunday, honoring the most prolific scorer in school and ACC history.

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Urbanna, VA

#1 Feb 6, 2007
Yes, he deserves the retiring of his jersey. He was GREAT at Duke and stayed all 4 years to make that commitment. He will work as hard at Orlando as well. We miss watching him at Duke but look at the stats every single game to see what he is doing in Orlando. Congratulations JJ. We love you!!!

Kittanning, PA

#2 Feb 7, 2007
An outstanding player with outstandingwork ethics. Staying the 4 years shows me that totla quality committement.

Congrads to a Great Duke Bluedevil!!

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