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BERLIN -- Eintracht Braunschweig claimed its first Bundesliga point in 28 years Sunday by fighting back to earn a 1-1 draw with Nuremberg. Adam Hlousek scored on his return from injury for Nuremberg in the 28th minute when U.S. defender Timmy Chandler whipped in a dangerous cross for the Czech midfielder to convert at the far post. It was Hlouseks first game since March 2012. After a period of concerted pressure for the home side, Omar Elabdellaoui finally equalized in the 70th, when Karim Bellarabi held up the ball before setting the defender up to strike to the far corner. Braunschweig made its return to the topflight this season after a 28-year-absence, but lost its first four games of the season. "Id have preferred the three points," Braunschweig coach Thorsten Lieberknecht. "We also showed in previous games, against (Borussia) Dortmund and (Werder) Bremen, that we have a right to play in this league." The promoted side pushed hard for the winner only to be denied repeatedly by the outstanding Nuremberg goalkeeper, Raphael Schaefer, who saved Ermin Bicakcics point-blank header on the line and produced two fine stops in injury time. "If wed taken all our chances it would have been 6-1,"Bellarabi said. Lieberknecht, who led the side to promotion from the third division in 2011, was nevertheless encouraged by his sides performance. "Well do all we can to get the first three points soon. Were on the right path," he said. Earlier, Hoffenheim withstood a late revival from Borussia Moenchengladbach to win 2-1 for its first league victory at home. Anthony Modeste opened the scoring just before the interval when his header took a deflection from Filip Daems beyond the helpless goalkeeper. Kevin Volland, who struck the post with a fierce effort in the fifth minute, made it 2-0 in the 54th when he ran onto Modestes through ball and eluded two defenders before dispatching the ball inside the far post from a difficult angle. Moenchengladbach substitute Branimir Hrgota ensured a lively finish when he beat three defenders and then chipped the goalkeeper in the 75th. "We worked hard for the win to the end," Hoffenheim coach Markus Gisdol said. Hrgota, Max Kruse and Raffael all went close but couldnt secure the equalizer. The visitors had the lions share of possession but failed to create clear-cut chances until it was too late. Patrick Herrmann wasted a good opportunity in the first half, Juan Arango hit the side netting in the second, and then Raffael shot straight at Koen Casteels with the goal at his mercy -- just before Volland scored what proved to be the winner. "This defeat is hard to accept, said Moenchengladbach coach Lucien Favre. 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Mike Youngs Terriers are off to a strong start this season as well. Wofford comes in at a solid 9-3 overall. The team is facing its second straight Top-25 foe after having a four-game win streak halted on Dec. 22 with an ugly 77-44 rout at the hands of West Virginia. The Blue Devils have won all five previous meetings with the Terriers, although this series has been dormant since 1936. West Virginia came out firing and shot a scorching .556 from the floor in the first half against Wofford, effectively putting the game out of reach at the break by taking a 42-20 lead into intermission. The Terriers had problems at the offensive end all game long and managed a mere .268 shooting overall. Spencer Collins led the team in scoring, posting 12 points in the loss. Karl Cochran added 10 points for Wofford, which turned the ball over a costly 21 times, resulting in 27 points for the Mountaineers. The Terriers are at their best when they are dictating the pace with strong defensive play. On the year, Wofford is allowing a stingy 59.6 ppg, while also holding positivee margins in both rebounding (+2.dddddddddddd.2) and turnovers (+2.4). Cochran and Collins are the top scoring options. Despite shooting just .350 from the floor, Cochran tops the team in scoring at 13.3 ppg. The 6-1 guard is also the team-leader in rebounding (6.8 rpg), assists (3.0 apg) and steals (2.0 spg). Collins is the only other player currently averaging double digits with 11.4 ppg. However, some depth comes in the form of Eric Garcia (8.7 ppg), Jaylen Allen (8.3 ppg), Justin Gordon (8.2 ppg) and Lee Skinner (8.2 ppg). Duke has shown very few flaws to its overall game this season, as the team has dominated at both ends of the floor and as a result, boasts of a +24.1 scoring margin. Not many teams are doing it more efficiently at the offensive end, with the Blue Devils shooting a strong .526 from the floor and putting up 85.5 ppg. Freshman center Jahlil Okafor is responsible for some of that, as the 7- footer has definitely lived up to the hype, shooting .669 from the field and pacing Duke in both scoring (18.3 ppg) and rebounding (8.8 rpg). Veteran guard Quinn Cook (14.5 ppg) is next in the scoring column, followed by two more highly-touted freshmen in Justise Winslow (11.7 ppg) and Tyus Jones (11.3 ppg, 5.5 apg). Duke received a fairly good test from Toledo on Monday, as the pesky Rockets battled back to make a game of it, before the Blue Devils re-established themselves and pulled away down the stretch. Duke ended the game shooting at a .558 clip, including 60 percent in the second half. Okafor was dominant down low, converting 12-of-15 shots en route to a career-high 27 points. Cook poured in 20 points in support, while Jones finished with 15 points and eight assists. ' ' '