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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Andre Nation
Ron Curry drilled a 3-pointer with 8 seconds left in overtime and Andre Nation added two free throws seconds later to give James Madison a 63-61 win over Drexel Wednesday night.
Ron Curry's layup with 27 seconds left lifted James Madison to a 64-62 victory over UNC Wilmington on Saturday.
Davon Usher scored 34 points and Delaware defeated James Madison 81-65 on Wednesday night.
Chris Fouch scored 26 points and Rodney Williams added 14 points along with 10 rebounds as Drexel defeated James Madison 78-60 on Saturday.
Rafriel Guthrie scored 17 points and Jerrelle Benimon recorded his nation-leading 15th double-double of the season as Towson beat defending Colonial Athletic Association Champion James Madison 80-71 on Tuesday.
Jackson Kent scored a career-high 17 points as James Madison held on for a 58-56 victory over College of Charleston Saturday.
The Dukes (21-14) advance to meet top-seeded Indiana (27-6) on Friday night at the same University of Dayton Arena.
Charles Cooke, who hadn't scored in three of his last four games, added 15 points and Nation added 14 for the Dukes, who were winless in the NCAA tournament since 1983 and hadn't played in the big dance in 19 years.
"They're Indiana," defiant defensive stalwart Andre Nation said. "We know about them. We see them on the TV all the time. It's not nothing new."