Blue Devils may refer to:
- Eryngium pinnatifidum, a plant from Western Australia
In military history:
- The Fighting Blue Devils, nickname of the 88th Infantry Division (United States) of the United States Army in World War II
- Blue Devils (French: "les Diables Bleus"), nickname of the Chasseurs Alpins, the elite mountain infantry of the French Army
- Blue Devils (aerobatic team), nickname of the 410 (F) Squadron Aerobatic Team, a Canadian military aerobatic team from 1949-1950
- The Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps, A World Class drum and bugle corps from Concord, California
- The Oklahoma City Blue Devils, a territory jazz band based in Oklahoma, led by Walter Page, prominent in the history of Kansas City jazz
- The 1979 film, The Last of the Blue Devils, a documentary of Kansas City jazz.
- Lake Fenton Blue Devils, athletic teams for Lake Fenton High School in Fenton, Michigan
- Duke Blue Devils, athletic teams from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina
- CCSU Blue Devils, athletic teams from Central Connecticut State University
- KCKCC Blue Devils, athletic teams from Kansas City, Kansas Community College
- Dillard Blue Devils, athletic teams from Dillard University
- Fredonia State Blue Devils, athletic teams from the State University of New York at Fredonia
- Lawrence Tech Blue Devils, athletic teams from Lawrence Technological University
- UW–Stout Blue Devils, athletic team from the University of Wisconsin–Stout
- Belconnen Blue Devils, a football (soccer) team that formerly played in the New South Wales Premier League (Australia)
- Hamburg Blue Devils, an American football team that plays in the German Football League
- Davis Senior High School athletic teams (Davis, California)
- Maplewood-Richmond Heights athletic teams (Maplewood, Missouri)
- Old Forge Blue Devils, high school athletic teams (Old Forge, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania)
- Quincy Senior High School Blue Devils, high school athletic teams (Quincy, Illinois)
- Unicoi County Blue Devils, high school athletic teams (Erwin, Tennessee)
- Pearl River Central High School high school athletic teams (Carriere, Mississippi)
- Greencastle-Antrim Blue Devils, high school athletic teams (Greencastle, Pennsylvania)
- Westfield Senior High School Blue Devils, high school athletic teams(Westfield, New Jersey)
- West Memphis High School Blue Devils, high school athletic teams (West Memphis, Arkansas)
- The adjective blue has been associated with despondency and sadness since the 16th century. The noun blues has been with us since 1741. The blues is a shortening of blue devils, demons popularly thought to cause depression and sadness. Blue devils have been around since 1616.
See also Blue Devil (disambiguation).
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Famous quotes containing the words devils and/or blue:
“I am sometimes told that Women aint fit to vote. Why, dont you know that a woman had seven devils in her: and do you suppose a woman is fit to rule the nation? Seven devils aint no account; a man had a legion in him.”
—Sojourner Truth (c. 17971883)
“That air would disappear from the whole earth in time, perhaps; but long after his day. He did not know just when it had become so necessary to him, but he had come back to die in exile for the sake of it. Something soft and wild and free, something that whispered to the ear on the pillow, lightened the heart, softly, softly picked the lock, slid the bolts, and released the prisoned spirit of man into the wind, into the blue and gold, into the morning, into the morning!”
—Willa Cather (18731947)