In 4 overtimes, Stanford tops Oregon State 103-101Sunday, Jan 8, 2012
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP)—Chasson Randle’s layup with 37 seconds left in the fourth overtime provided the winning points Saturday in Stanford’s 103-101 win against Oregon State.
Randle had a game-high 24 points for Stanford (13-3, 3-1), which avoided a conference road sweep after losing two days earlier at Oregon. An off-balance 3-pointer by Oregon State’s Roberto Nelson that would have won the game was off the mark. Nelson and Jared Cunningham had 19 points apiece for Oregon State (11-5, 1-3).
Stanford, which played its longest game in program history, led 100-95 after Randle scored the first five points of the fourth overtime. The Cardinal didn’t give up the lead again.
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