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Stanford Smokes Sun Devils in Statement Game

Little busts out for 17

When you least expected, the Card opened up a homecourt can of whoop-ASU Thursday night as they lambasted a languishing Sun Devil squad, 81-51. Nervous nellies were expecting a tight game with the recent frontcourt injuries, but instead the team played perhaps their most complete game of the year. They may have been more spectacular in their offense in other games, but Stanford carried the effort to the final buzzer with reserves in this game...

I don't think my keyboard can handle the number of kudos and superlatives that need to be handed to Monty's men tonight.  They took the game with the most dismal outlook that Cardinal fans can remember all season, and they crushed.  Down two top-flight forwards were dressed in street clothes on the bench, unable to drive the lane without the use of a cane, the Cardinal were set to face the team...

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