In a scene that was far too familiar for Stanford fans, a last-second shot didn’t drop for Chasson Randle and the Cardinal (15-10, 6-6 Pac-12) was once again upset by USC on Thursday night, 65-64, throwing its NCAA Tournament chances at least partially out the window.
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The Stanford men’s basketball team has picked an inopportune time to go ice cold shooting the basketball, as a strong defensive effort in the second half had the Cardinal thinking upset before losing a second-straight Pac-12 game on the road at UCLA Saturday, 68-60.
The Stanford men’s basketball team was tired of losing. Having dropped five of its last six games, the Cardinal traveled down to USC hungry for a win. While the Trojans put up a fight, Stanford pulled away in the second half to emerge with a 59-47 victory.
In the first portion of its southern California road trip last night, the Stanford men’s basketball team suffered one of the most brutal losses it has experienced in the past several seasons. With a final score of 65-42, the Cardinal scored an uncharacteristically low number of points and fell to USC
The Cardinal (10-6, 3-2 Pac-10) is looking to continue a surprisingly strong start to its season. The team, which now sits in fourth place in the conference standings, is fresh off a weekend split at home, in which it narrowly defeated then-No. 17 Washington and lost to Washington State…