DURHAM, N.C., Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Freshman J.J. Redick made all 11 of his free throws for a season-high 34 points Wednesday night as top-ranked Duke remained the nation's lone unbeaten team with a 104-93 victory over Virginia in Atlantic Coast Conference action.
Duke (12-0, 3-0 ACC) notched its 20th straight home victory and defeated Virginia for the 13th time in 14 meetings. The Blue Devils, who are 9-0 at home, visit defending national champion Maryland on Saturday.
It is the Blue Devils' sixth 12-0 start under coach Mike Krzyzewski.
The game was more of a free-throw shooting contest as the teams combined for 78 attempts. Duke shot 92.5 percent and the Cavaliers clicked at 71 percent.
Virginia (10-4, 1-2) was within 90-87 after a pair of foul shots by Devin Smith with 4:44 remaining. Redick, however, completed a three-point play 12 seconds later and added two free throws for an eight-point cushion with just under four minutes to go.
The Cavaliers got within 95-89 on a basket by Smith, but Travis Watson missed a pair of foul shots that would have cut the deficit to four with under three minutes to play.