DETROIT -- Ray McCallum capped a 20-point night with a game-sealing 18-footer with 13 seconds left, helping Detroit hold on to beat Drake 85-79 on Saturday night.
McCallum's shot followed a Ben Simons 3-pointer that had pulled Drake within 81-79 with 46 seconds to play.
Up 76-62 with 4:04 left after Juwan Howard Jr.'s two free throws, the Titans looked to have the game in hand. But a 17-5 Drake run, capped by Simons' 3-pointer, got the Bulldogs back within two before McCallum's late jumper.
Drake now holds an 11-10 lead in the series between the schools.
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