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View from the Press Box: San Jose State

Yonus Davis celebrates

When Stanford administrators decided last winter to move the 2006 game against San Jose State to Spartan Stadium, there were rumbles of concern about giving up a home game. Those fears played out today, as the Spartans upset Stanford, 35-34. SJSU put up 21 unanswered points, while the Cardinal never scored in the second half. The defense was awful again, and second-half turnovers killed the Card.

Pregame - Take the usual disclaimer about the transitive property not applying in sports, but it was hard to ignore the 13-13 halftime score between Washington and Oklahoma on my drive down here to Spartan Stadium.  The casual Cardinalmaniac™ cast a dismissing glance at the 35-29 result between the Huskies and San Jose State last week in Seattle.  It's a terrible Washington team, so who cares...

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