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Friday
Nov282014

Scoreboard Roundup - 11/28/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Chicago Bulls 109 (10-6) - Boston Celtics 102 (4-9)

Golden State Warriors 106 (13-2) - Charlotte Hornets 101 (4-13)

Milwaukee Bucks 104 (10-7) - Detroit Pistons 88 (3-13)

Atlanta Hawks 100 (8-6) - New Orleans Pelicans 91 (7-7)

Oklahoma City Thunder 105 (5-12) - New York Knicks 78 (4-13)

Dallas Mavericks 106 (12-5) - Toronto Raptors 102 (13-3)

Los Angeles Clippers 102 (10-5) - Houston Rockets 85 (12-4)

Indiana Pacers 98 (7-9) - Orlando Magic 83 (6-12)

San Antonio Spurs 112 (11-4) - Sacramento Kings 104 (9-7)

Denver Nuggets 122 (8-8) - Phoenix Suns 97 (10-7)

Memphis Grizzlies 112 (14-2) - Portland Trail Blazers 99 (12-4)

Minnesota Timberwolves 120 (4-10) - Los Angeles Lakers 119 (3-13)

Top 25 College Football: Stanford 31 (7-5) - (8) UCLA 10 (9-3)

(11) Arizona 42 (10-2) - (14) Arizona St. 35 (9-3)

(17) Missouri 21 (10-2) - Arkansas 14 (6-6)

Western Kentucky 67 (7-5) - (24) Marshall 66 (11-1) - Overtime

Top 25 Men's Basketball: (2) Wisconsin 69 (7-0) - Oklahoma 56 (4-2)

(5) North Carolina 75 (5-1) - (18) Florida 64 (3-3)

(8) Virginia 64 (6-0) - La Salle 56 (4-1)

(10) Gonzaga 73 (6-0) - St. John's 66 (4-1)

(11) Kansas 82 (4-1) - Tennessee 67 (2-2)

(16) Ohio State 73 (5-0) - James Madison 56 (4-2)

(17) Miami 87 (7-0) - South Alabama 75 (1-3)

(20) Michigan State 79 (5-1) - Marquette 68 (3-3)

(22) UCLA 88 (5-2) - UAB 76 (2-5)

Ole Miss 75 (4-1) - (23) Creighton 68 (5-1)

(25) Arkansas 89 (5-0) - North Texas 73 (4-2)

NHL: New York Rangers 3 (10-8-4, 24pts) - Philadelphia Flyers 0 (8-11-3, 19pts)

Chicago Blackhawks 4 (14-8-1, 29pts) - Anaheim Ducks 1 (14-5-5, 33pts)

Washington Capitals 5 (9-8-4, 22pts) - New York Islanders 2 (16-6-0, 32pts)

Carolina Hurricanes 4 (7-12-3, 17pts) - Pittsburgh Penguins 2 (15-5-2, 32pts)

Vancouver Canucks 5 (16-6-1, 33pts) - Columbus Blue Jackets 0 (6-14-2, 14pts)

Boston Bruins 2 (14-9-1, 29pts) - Winnipeg Jets 1 (12-9-4, 28pts) - OT

Buffalo Sabres 2 (7-14-2, 16pts) - Montreal Canadiens 1 (16-7-1, 33pts)

Detroit Red Wings 5 (13-5-5, 31pts) - New Jersey Devils 4 (9-10-4, 22pts) - SO

St. Louis Blues 4 (15-6-2, 32pts) - Edmonton Oilers 3 (6-14-4, 16pts) - OT

Florida Panthers 3 (9-6-6, 24pts) - Ottawa Senators 2 (10-8-4, 24pts)

Minnesota Wild 5 (13-9-0, 26pts) - Dallas Stars 4 (9-9-5, 23pts) - OT


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Friday
Oct032014

No. 14 Stanford Faces Off with No. 9 Notre Dame Saturday

iStockphoto/Thinkstock(SOUTH BEND, Ind.) -- The Legends Trophy is up for grabs once again as No. 14 Stanford travels to South Bend, Indiana on Saturday to face No. 9 Notre Dame.

The Cardinal have won four of the last five matchups. Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelly recognizes his team will have to play smart, solid football to beat the Cardinal. 

"They're a deep and talented veteran team and we are going to have to play really, really good football," Kelly said.

Stanford brings an experienced and physical team. The Cardinal boast the No. 2 defense in the country and are led by senior quarterback Kevin Hogan. 

To Kelly, the respect starts at the top, with Stanford head coach David Shaw. 

"We all know about Stanford and coach Shaw and the consistency they have played at at the national level," Kelly stated. "We have a great deal of respect for their football team, their program and thier coaching staff."

For coach Shaw, he knows his team will face a unique talent in Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson, who, in his opinion, has grown over the past few years.

"Very athletic, very accurate, hard to pin down," Shaw said of Golson. "This year it's the same but he almost just seems composed. Whereas before he seemed a little frantic, now he knows you can't catch him."


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Wednesday
Sep242014

Stanford's Johnny Dawkins Agrees to Contract Extension

iStock/Thinkstock(STANFORD, Calif.) -- Head basketball coach Johnny Dawkins and Stanford University agreed to a contract extension on Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Dawkins took over in the spring of 2008 after Trent Johnson left for LSU. In six seasons at the helm, he has compiled a record of 117-87, winning the NIT championship in 2012.

“I want to thank athletic director Bernard Muir and the Stanford community for outstanding support and allowing our staff to do what we love,” said Dawkins in a statement. “Being part of the Stanford family is special and there is no place I’d rather be. We are committed to enhancing Stanford’s reputation of excellence in the classroom and on the court.”

Last season, Stanford went 23-13 with an appearance in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Basketball Tournament.


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Saturday
Sep062014

Scoreboard Roundup - 9/6/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Top 25 College Football: (1) Florida State 37 (2-0) - Citadel 12 (0-2)

(2) Alabama 41 (2-0) - Florida Atlantic 0 (0-2)

(3) Oregon 46 (2-0) - (7) Michigan State 27 (1-1)

(4) Oklahoma 52 (2-0) - Tulsa 7 (1-1)

(5) Auburn 59 (2-0) - San Jose State 12 (1-1)

Virginia Tech 35 (2-0) - (8) Ohio State 21 (1-1)

(9) Texas A&M 73 (2-0) - Lamar 3 (1-1)

(10) Baylor 70 (2-0) - Northwestern State 6 (0-2)

(11) UCLA 42 (2-0) - Memphis 35 (1-1)

(12) LSU 56 (2-0) - Sam Houston State 0 (1-2)

(14) USC 13 (2-0) - (13) Stanford 10 (1-1)

(15) Mississippi 41 (2-0) - Vanderbilt 3 (0-2)

(16) Notre Dame 31 (2-0) - Michigan 0 (1-1)

(17) Arizona State 58 (2-0) - New Mexico 23 (0-2)

(18) Wisconsin 37 (1-1) - Western Illinois 3 (1-1)

(19) Nebraska 31 (2-0) - McNeese State 24 (0-1)

(20) Kansas State 32 (2-0) - Iowa State 28 (0-2)

(21) South Carolina 33 (1-1) - East Carolina 23 (1-1)

(21) North Carolina 31 (2-0) - San Diego State 27 (1-1)

(23) Clemson 73 (1-1) - South Carolina State 7 (1-1)

(24) Missouri 49 (2-0) - Toledo 24 (1-1)

(25) Louisville 66 (2-0) - Murray State 21 (1-1)

MLB: Cincinnati Reds 2 (67-75) - New York Mets 1 (67-75)

Philadelphia Phillies 3 (66-75) - Washington Nationals 1 (79-61)

Oakaland Athletics 4 (80-61) - Houston Astros 3 (62-80)

New York Yankees 6 (73-67) - Kansas City Royals 2 (78-62)

San Francisco Giants 5 (78-64) - Detroit Tigers 4 (77-65)

Tampa Bay Rays 3 (69-74) - Baltimore Orioles 2 (82-59)

Pittsburgh Pirates 5 (72-68) - Chicago Cubs 3 (64-77) -11 Innings (Resumption of Friday night's game)

Pittsburgh Pirates 5 (73-68) - Chicago Cubs 0 (64-78)

Cleveland Indians 3 (73-67) - Chicago White Sox 1 (63-78)

Atlanta Braves 4 (74-68) - Miami Marlins 3 (68-72) - 10 Innings

Los Angeles Angels 8 (86-55) - Minnesota Twins 5 (61-81)

St. Louis Cardinals 5 (78-64) - Milwaukee Brewers 3 (74-68)

Los Angeles Dodgers 5 (80-62) - Arizona Diamondbacks 2 (59-83)

Boston Red Sox 4 (63-79) - Toronto Blue Jays 3 (72-69)

Colorado Rockies 7 (58-84) - San Diego Padres 6 (66-75) - 12 Innings

Seattle Mariners 4 (78-63) - Texas Rangers 2 (53-89)

 


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Tuesday
Apr012014

Mike Montgomery Retires

Jeff Gross/Getty Images(BERKELEY, Calif.) -- California men's head basketball coach Mike Montgomery announced Monday he is retiring.

Montgomery has spent the last six seasons in Berkeley leading the team to four NCAA tournament appearances.

"I don't know what to say. I did my crying earlier," Montgomery said during news conference. "It's all positive. It's all for the right reasons. I feel really good about my decision. I just think it's time."

Montgomery led the Golden Bears to a 21-14 record this season and a trip to the NIT quarterfinals where they lost to SMU.

Before coaching Cal, Montgomery spent two seasons as the Golden State Warriors head coach. He also coached at Stanford for 18 seasons leading the Cardinal to 12 NCAA tournament appearances and the 1998 Final Four.

The 67-year-old Montgomery finishes his college coaching career with 676-318 record.

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Thursday
Mar272014

Scoreboard Roundup - 3/27/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament – Sweet 16 – West Region: (1) Arizona 70 (33-4) - (4) San Diego State 64 (31-5)

(2) Wisconsin 69 (29-7) – (6) Baylor 52 (26-12)

South Region: (1) Florida 79 (35-2) - (4) UCLA 68 (28-9)

(11) Dayton 82 (26-10) – (10) Stanford 72 (23-13)

NBA: Houston Rockets 120 (49-22) – Philadelphia 76ers 98 (15-57)

Milwaukee Bucks 108 (14-58) – Los Angeles Lakers 105 (24-47)

Portland Trail Blazers 100 (46-27) – Atlanta Hawks 85 (31-40)

Los Angeles Clippers 109 (51-22) - Dallas Mavericks 103 (43-30)

NHL:  Boston Bruins 3 (50-17-6; 106pts) – Chicago Blackhawks 0 (42-17-15; 99pts)

Phoenix Coyotes 3 (36-26-12; 84pts) – New Jersey Devils 2 (31-28-14; 76pts) SO

Los Angeles Kings 3 (43-25-6; 92pts) – Pittsburgh Penguins 2 (46-22-5; 97pts)

Montreal Canadiens 5 (42-26-7; 91pts) – Detroit Red Wings 4 (33-26-14; 80pts)

Tampa Bay Lightning 3 (40-24-9; 89pts) – New York Islanders 2 (28-35-10; 66pts) SO

Carolina Hurricanes 3 (32-32-9; 73pts) – Florida Panthers 0 (27-39-8; 62pts)

St. Louis Blues 5 (50-16-7; 107pts) – Minnesota Wild 1 (37-26-11; 85pts)

Nashville Predators 6 (32-31-11; 75pts) – Buffalo Sabres 1 (20-45-8; 48pts)

Colorado Avalanche 3 (46-21-6; 98 pts) - Vancouver Canucks 2 (34-30-11; 79 pts) OT

Winnipeg Jets 4 (33-32-9; 75 pts) - San Jose Sharks 3 (47-19-9; 103 pts)

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Sunday
Mar232014

Scoreboard Roundup - 3/23/14

Joe Robbins/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament - Midwest Region: (8) Kentucky 78 (26-10) - (1) Wichita State 76 (35-1)

(11) Tennessee 83 (24-12) - (14) Mercer 63 (27-9)

South Region: (10) Stanford 67 (23-12) - (2) Kansas 57 (25-10)

(4) UCLA 77 (28-8) - (12) Stephen F. Austin 60 (32-3)

East Region: (1) Virginia 78 (30-6) - (8) Memphis 60 (24-10)

(3) Iowa State 85 (28-7) - (6) North Carolina 83 (24-10)

West Region: (1) Arizona 84 (32-4) - (8) Gonzaga 61 (29-7)

(6) Baylor 85 (26-11) - (3) Creighton 55 (27-8)

NBA: Toronto Raptors 96 (39-30) - Atlanta Hawks 86 (31-37)

Phoenix Suns 127 (41-29) - Minnesota Timberwolves 120 (34-34)

Denver Nuggets 105 (32-38) - Washington Wizards 102 (36-34)

Sacramento Kings 124 (25-45) - Milwaukee Bucks 107 (13-57)

Cleveland Cavaliers 106 (27-44) - New York Knicks 100 (29-41)

Brooklyn Nets 107 (37-31) - Dallas Mavericks 104 (42-29) - Overtime

Los Angeles Lakers 103 (23-46) - Orlando Magic 94 (19-52)

NHL: New York Islanders 2 (27-35-9, 63pts) - Columbus Blue Jackets 0 (36-29-6, 78pts)

St. Louis Blues 1 (48-16-7, 103pts) - Pittsburgh Penguins 0 (46-20-5, 97pts)

Nashville Predators 2 (31-31-10, 72pts) - Chicago Blackhawks 0 (41-16-15, 97pts)

New Jersey Devils 3 (31-28-13, 75pts) - Toronto Maple Leafs 2 (36-29-8, 80pts)

Minnesota Wild 4 (37-24-11, 85pts) - Detroit Red Wings 3 (33-24-14, 80pts) - Overtime

Vancouver Canucks 4 (33-30-10, 76pts) - Buffalo Sabres 2 (20-43-8, 48pts)

Anaheim Ducks 6 (46-18-7, 99pts) - Florida Panthers 2 (26-38-8, 60pts)

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Wednesday
Jan012014

Michigan State Wins The Rose Bowl

ThinkStock(PASADENA, Calif) --  Connor Cook passed for a career-high 332 yards and two touchdowns as No. 4 Michigan State held off fifth-ranked Stanford 24-20 to win the 100th Rose Bowl on Wednesday night.

Cook hit Tony Lippett for a 25-yard score in the fourth quarter that gave the Spartans (13-1) the lead for good.

"It's a special time for all Spartans, and we came here in force," coach Mark Dantonio said. "I'm very happy for our football team, the resilience we showed all season long."

Stanford (11-3) was driving late in the fourth quarter when Michigan State's defense stepped up.  Kyler Elsworth stuffed fullback Ryan Hewitt on a fourth-and-1 with 1:46 remaining to seal the victory.

"You have to give it to Michigan State for stuffing that," Stanford's Tyler Gaffney said. "Everybody in the building knew exactly what was coming. A run was coming up the middle, and it was a test of wills, and they got the better of us."

Kevin Hogan threw for 143 yards and one interception in the loss for the Cardinal.

Michigan State finished its season with 10 straight wins.  The Big Ten champions won a Rose Bowl for the first time since 1988.

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Sunday
Nov172013

USC's Late Field Goal Upends (5) Stanford, 20-17

ThinkStock(LOS ANGELES) -- USC (8-3; 5-2 Pac-12) upended (5) Stanford (8-2; 6-2 Pac-12), 20-17 Saturday Night on a 47-yard field goal from junior kicker Andre Heidari with 19 seconds left in the game.

With the game tied at 17, the Trojans received the ball at their own 44 yard line with 3:02 remaining in the fourth quarter. They proceeded to move into field goal territory, with the key play coming when sophomore quarterback Cody Kessler connected with sophomore wide receiver Nelson Agholor on 11 yard pass, which put the ball at Stanford’s 21 yard line.

The Cardinal were trailing by seven in the third quarter when senior running back Tyler Gaffney tied the game on a 18-yard run. He finished the game with 158 rushing yards with two touchdowns on 24 carries.

It's the Trojans fifth win in six games under interim head coach Ed Orgeron.

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Friday
Nov082013

Oregon QB Marcus Mariota Has A Partially Sprained MCL

Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) --  Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has a partially sprained MCL in his left knee, the school acknowledged on Friday.

Mariota was seen wearing a brace during Oregon's 26-20 loss to Stanford on Thursday night.  He threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns in the loss, but the Ducks fell short against the fifth-ranked Cardinal.

The redshirt sophomore is known for his mobility, as he entered the game with 511 yards on 56 carries, but he rarely moved out of the pocket Thursday night.  He ran the ball just three times, finishing with minus-16 yards.  He was also sacked three times.

Asked after the game how much pain he was in, Mariota said, "I don't know. I tend to just not focus on the pain because you've got to play with it."

It is not yet known if Mariota will have to miss any time.

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