Duke tight end Daniel Helm, second from left celebrates with wide receiver Scott Bracey (11) after scoring a touchdown during the second half of an NCAA college football game against Miami, Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, in Miami Gardens, Fla. Duke won 20-12. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
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David Cutcliffe has turned Duke into postseason regular.

The Blue Devils are bowl eligible for the sixth time in seven seasons after beating Miami on Saturday. This is Duke's 11th season under Cutcliffe. Before he arrived, Duke's last bowl appearance was during the 1994 season.

Duke is one of 48 teams that have secured bowl eligibility this season. Also joining that group this past week were Ohio and Northern Illinois, a pair of Mid-American Conference programs that are also used to making the postseason. Ohio is bowl eligible for a 10th straight season under coach Frank Solich. Northern Illinois is bowl eligible for the 10th time in 11 seasons.

The following teams are bowl eligible:

Alabama

Alabama-Birmingham

Appalachian State

Army

Auburn

Boise State

Boston College

Buffalo

Central Florida

Cincinnati

Clemson

Duke

Florida

Florida International

Fresno State

Georgia

Georgia Southern

Houston

Iowa

Kentucky

Louisiana Tech

LSU

Michigan

Michigan State

Middle Tennessee

Mississippi State

N.C. State

North Texas

Northern Illinois

Notre Dame

Ohio

Ohio State

Oklahoma

Oregon

Penn State

San Diego State

South Florida

Syracuse

Texas

Troy

Utah

Utah State

Virginia

Washington

Washington State

West Virginia

Western Michigan

Wisconsin

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