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Barnes with superlative game (Paul Sakuma, AP)

It was one of Stanford's best offensive games of the year. It was one of the most physical, hard-fought contests of the year. It was perhaps Julius Barnes' best career game. It was Monty's 56th birthday, but he was hit with a technical. It put the Card in lone possession of second place in the conference. However, it was untelevised, so your complete scoop on this standout game can only be found here...

Julius Barnes led the way and Stanford utilized an effective game plan to defeat Arizona State 88-77 at Maples Pavilion Thursday night.  With the win, Stanford moved into sole possession of second place in the Pac-10 with a 13-3 conference record (22-6 overall).  Barnes, Stanford's senior point guard, scored 29 points for the victors.  Freshman center Ike Diogu led the way for ASU with 26 points...

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