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Beating Berkeley: Stanford Back on Track

Powell excelled on both ends

Stanford is finally finding consistency on the defensive end, and with weaker competition looming, they'll now try to take that positive and turn it into a prolonged winning streak. Andrew Santana has the full breakdown after the team's suffocating performance in Berkeley.

Follow @TheBootleg NCAA Tournament a Realistic Possibility Stanford continued its recent trend of playing better basketball Wednesday night and picked up a quality road win in the process, soundly and rather comfortably defeating a good -- if at times sloppy against the Cardinal -- Cal squad 80-69 in Haas Pavilion. The win is the Cardinal's sixth in eight games and moves Stanford into a...

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