I wasn’t surprised to see that the lowly and overrated Buckeyes lost the national championship. But I must say that I was disappointed in your headline.
As shown above you used the word Duel as Inigo Montoya would say, I do not think that it means what you think that it means.
duÂ·el (dÅ«‘É™l, dyÅ«‘–)
- A prearranged, formal combat between two persons, usually fought to settle a point of honor.
- A struggle for domination between two contending persons, groups, or ideas.
v., -eled or -elled, -elÂ·ing or -elÂ·ling, -els or -els. v.tr.
- To engage (another) in or as if in formal combat.
- To oppose actively and forcefully.
To engage in or as if in formal combat.
[Middle English duelle, from Medieval Latin duellum, from Latin, war, archaic variant of bellum.]
dueler du‘elÂ·er or du‘elÂ·ist n.
What you should have used is Dual. Tut, tut, tut.