Dukes saw there was no problem with Houston

FRISCO, Texas (STATS) - Older players in the program were getting the third different head coach of their James Madison careers when Mike Houston was hired in January. The way Houston saw it, the veterans were either going to rebel against the change or buy into the vision his staff would be selling. "It's a credit to the older players in the program," he said Thursday, two days...
Via FOX Sports
January 05, 2017

Coach K will not cave to those calling for Allen suspension

If you were expecting Coach K to cave to public pressure and suspend Grayson Allen for his latest trip of an opponent, then you don’t know the Duke coach. Mike Krzyzewski said after Wednesday’s win over Elon that he will handle Allen’s actions in a way he feels is proper rather than bend towards what others deem is necessary. Mike Krzyzewski on Grayson Allen punishment...
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December 21, 2016  |  Discuss

James Madison suspends 7 players with FCS championship on the horizon

James Madison announced Monday that it has suspended seven football players for undisclosed reasons as the Dukes prepare to play in the FCS championship on Jan. 7. Junior linebacker Brandon Hereford and junior wide receiver Terrence Alls were the only two players first-year Coach Mike Houston confirmed were suspended indefinitely; the school declined to name […]
Via DC Sports Blog
December 20, 2016

NL MVP the year you were born

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August 30, 2016  |  Discuss

Dalembert, James Madison edge Hofstra 86-82 in overtime

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) Yohanny Dalembert scored five of his 16 points in overtime and James Madison beat Hofstra 86-82 on Saturday for the Pride's first home loss this season. Dalembert opened overtime with a thunderous dunk and after fellow big man Rokas Gustys fouled out with 2:34 left, Dalembert made a layup for an 81-79 lead. Ron Curry hit two free throws for a four-point lead...
Via Associated Press
January 16, 2016  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Lee Corso Makes College GameDay Pick In Old School Fashion

It’s College GameDay at James Madison University as they take on the University of Richmond in a good, old-fashioned Virginia state rivalry. In GameDay tradition, Lee Corso made his pick for the game’s winner, but this time he added a little revolutionary-era flare. Corso picked the James Madison Dukes over the Richmond Spiders and dressed up as the founding father himself. ...
Via Gamedayr
October 24, 2015  |  Discuss

James Madison tops Drexel in overtime, 63-61

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. Curry, who scored seven of the Dukes' 13 points in overtime, hit the second of two free throws with 23 seconds left in regulation to give James Madison a 50-48 lead, but Rodney Williams got to the basket...
Via Associated Press
February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

James Madison edges UNCW 64-62 on Curry's basket

Ron Curry's layup with 27 seconds left lifted James Madison to a 64-62 victory over UNC Wilmington on Saturday. Chris Dixon's 3-pointer with 54 seconds remaining got the Seahawks (8-20, 2-11 Colonial Athletic Association) even before Curry made the game-winner for the Dukes (10-17, 5-8). After Curry's basket the Seahawks missed a pair of shots. Curry finished with 13 points. Andrey...
Via Associated Press
February 15, 2014  |  Discuss

James Madison defeats UNCW 60-55

Charles Cooke scored 24 points and James Madison defeated North Carolina-Wilmington 60-55 Saturday night in a Colonial Athletic Conference opener for both teams. Andrey Semenov added 13 points for the Dukes (6-9), who have won three straight games and four of their last five. No players scored in double figures for the Seahawks (6-10), who have lost five straight and six consecutive...
Via Associated Press
January 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Curry leads James Madison past Hampton 55-49

Ron Curry scored 20 points and Andrey Semenov scored all eight of his points in the second half Saturday, leading James Madison to a 55-49 victory against Hampton in the opening game of a Governor's Holiday Hoops Classic doubleheader at the Richmond Coliseum. The Dukes (4-9), losers in seven of their previous eight games, finally took command in a sloppy, back-and-forth matinee...
Via Associated Press
December 21, 2013  |  Discuss

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