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Siena Chops Down the Stanford Cardinal

You probably know Siena best as one of the sacrificial lambs of March Madness, yet on Saturday they knocked off a solid Stanford squad. The win is quite possibly the biggest for the Saints since their huge NCAA Tournament upset of the same Cardinal program almost 19 years ago. Siena had four players score in double figures versus just two for Stanford. In a related story, Robin Lopez blows.

It's like Lute never left. Damn, just when I start to think Arizona's going to turn a corner they go and blow a home game against a Virginia team they should beat by a dozen. Jerryd Bayless (21 points) was good but in the end, Sean Singletary (24 points) won the battle. It all came down to the last play but UVA pulled it out 78-75. If Arizona can't find a way to out-rebound Virginia they're going to struggle mightily in the Pac-10. Chase Budinger scored 15 but he looked like he was dragging his pivot foot on every other touch. Bear down!


Holy crap. Louisville busted out with 22 three point field goals against a Hartford team that probably wished they'd stayed at home.. The Cardinals won in a rout 104-69 led by a rare triple-double from Terrance Williams. Surprisingly it was just the third triple-double in the storied history of Louisville basketball. Then again, Pervis Ellison was a total ball hog.

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