Jon Scheyer’s honeymoon period at Duke is officially over.

The first-year head coach is taking heavy criticism from fans and media after Duke’s 84-60 loss to NC State on Wednesday night. The Blue Devils fell behind 22-4 early on and never caught up.

Duke shot just 39.6% from the field and 33.3% from 3-point range. For the Wolfpack, both Terquavion Smith and Jarkel Joiner scored 20+ points and combined to go 9-of-18 from beyond the arc.

The defeat is Duke’s fourth loss of the season and its second in ACC play. The Blue Devils have also lost to Wake Forest, Kansas and Purdue this season.

Perhaps more alarmingly, most of Duke’s 5-star freshmen have played up to expectations so far this season. Dariq Whitehead, Tyrese Proctor and Dereck Lively II have all struggled at times this season. Kyle Filipowski has played well at times, but is shooting only 28.6% from 3-point range. Mark Mitchell has settled in as an efficient, low-volume role player within Duke’s offense.

As of Jan. 5, Duke has just two top-40 KenPom wins so far this season: Ohio State and Xavier. The Blue Devils will have to take advantage of their remaining opportunities vs. top teams in the ACC if they hope to have a high seed in the NCAA Tournament.

Here’s some of the criticism that Scheyer received after Duke’s big loss: