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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Derrick Mercer
Nine of his 10 field goal attempts and each of his four free throws had misfired. In the biggest game of his college career, American University guard Derrick Mercer picked the wrong time to shoot blanks.
The American revolution lasted exactly one week.
'It's going to come. Don't worry,' " Mercer said. "Thankfully, it came at the right time."
Reflecting back on the opening weekend of conference play, Mercer said, "When we first played Lehigh [a 71-54 win], we came out and played hard and I was like, 'Oh, we mean business.'