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Men’s basketball seeks first conference victory

After a disappointing home loss to Cal last week in its conference opener, the Stanford men’s basketball team will hit the road this week to take on both Oregon schools in a crucial stretch for the team’s Pac-12 aspirations. A road sweep of Oregon State (8-6, 0-2 Pac-12) and No. 17 Oregon (13-2, 1-1) could do wonders to restore Stanford’s confidence early in the conference season.

Furious rally by Randle-led Card falls short against Michigan

The Stanford men’s basketball team came away from its East Coast holiday trip with a hard-earned split after falling to the Michigan Wolverines (7-4) 68-65 on Saturday night. Just three nights earlier, the Cardinal had rallied from a double-digit second half deficit to stun the tenth-ranked and then-undefeated Connecticut Huskies. However, in a similar situation against the Wolverines, the Stanford comeback fell just short.

Second-half surge leads to big win

The Stanford men’s basketball team cruised to a 97-71 victory over the Texas Southern Tigers on Thursday night in its final game before heading east next week, where it will play in the semifinals of the Progressive Legends Classic. Stanford’s strong string of second halves continued as the Cardinal (4-1) blew out the Tigers (2-4) in the final frame.