Posted March 29, 2012 on
Aaron Bright has eight, Josh Owens has six, Chasson Randle has five, and Josh Huestis has six rebounds as the Cardinal lead by six at halftime of the NIT Championship. Both defenses have outshined the offenses, but Bright’s shooting and Stanford’s defensive size have made the difference early.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was invited into the Stanford men's basketball team locker room before their NIT semifinal game against UMass Wednesday night to give them a pregame speech...and boy, did he deliver.
Lewis is known for his powerful speeches, both before and after games, and this one was certainly no exception.
Not surprisingly, Stanford responded...
The draft is only a month away, which means it's about that time to really second-guess Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck's legitimacy as a candidate for the No. 1 pick. You won't find that here, because I think Luck is a phenomenal player and haven't wavered from that stance since getting an opportunity to watch him play. But you've got to love what the Colts...
The Baylor Lady Bears face off against the Stanford Cardinal this Sunday at 7:30 central time on ESPN. Find out what the Lady Bears need to do to move on to the Finals.
Anthony Brown scored a season-high 18 points and Josh Owens had 15 points and 12 rebounds to help Stanford advance to the NIT championship game with a 74-64 win over Massachusetts on Tuesday night.
The Minutemen took their first lead since early in the game with about 8 minutes left, but Brown hit a 3-pointer to push the Cardinal back on top, then later scored seven points during...