Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Stanford men’s bb next 2 games cancelled women’s moved to UNLV; Stanford football to finish on the road

Stanford Cardinal’s forward Oscar da Silva (13) tries to defend the shot of the Indiana Hoosiers forward Trayce Jackson-Davis (24) during the Maui Invitational in Asheville NC on Wed Dec 2, 2020 (photo from iuhoosiers.com)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry the Stanford men’s next two basketball games have been canceled Dec 7 vs. Cal Poly and Wed 9th vs. Loyola Marymount and they will play at USC on Dec 13th. The Stanford women’s team will play at UNLV in Las Vegas until further notice due to the Santa Clara County Covid-19 restrictions directive.

#2 For Stanford football the Cardinal (1-2) are schedule to play in Seattle against the University of Washington Huskies (3-0) this Saturday Dec 5th and then will travel to face Oregon State (2-2) on Dec 12th. Jerry with these changes to the Cardinal home schedule do you see that effecting their play?

#3  In Stanford men’s basketball the Cardinal (1-2) in the Maui Invitational defeated Alabama to open the series but lost their last two games on Tuesday and Wednesday to North Carolina and Indiana.  Hoosiers who have a rich basketball tradition finished way ahead of the Cardinal with a 16 point win 79-63.

#4 The Cardinal men play to host Cal Poly on Mon

#5 Back to Cardinal football the Washington Huskies are on a three game win streak and are undefeated the Huskies in their last game narrowly defeated the Utah Utes 24-21. The Huskies quarterback Dylan Morris threw for 272 yards and two touchdowns. While the Stanford Cardinal won their last game against Cal by a one point 24-23 in a game the Cardinal won by blocking the Bears kicker Dario Longhetto’s extra point.

Join Jerry every Thursday for Stanford Cardinal podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Indiana thumps Cardinal in third game at Maui Invite 79-63

The score says it all as the Stanford Cardinal drop their second straight game in the Maui Invitational at Ashville NC to the Indiana Pacers in a 16 point loss (photo from @StanfordMBB)

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Indiana rebounded from a lackluster semifinal loss and defeated Stanford 79-63 in the third-place game of the relocated Maui Invitational men’s basketball tournament, held this year in Asheville, N.C.

Sophomore Trayce Jackson-Davis led the Hoosiers (3-1) with a career-high 31 points. He was 10-of-16 from the field and 11-of-14 at the free throw line, thanks to Stanford fouling him 11 times.

Race Thompson scored 15 points on 6-of-7 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds for Indiana, Armaan Franklin scored 13 points along with eight rebounds and five assists, while holding Stanford freshman Ziaire Williams to four points.

Williams was 1-for-10 shooting, including 0-for-5 on 3-pointers, and fouled out with 6:06 remaining.

Daejon Davis and Oscar da Silva led Stanford (1-2) with 18 and 17 points, respectively. The Cardinal shot 36 percent from the field, including 5-of-20 behind the arc for the second straight day.

The Hoosiers never trailed after the opening minute and led 31-26 at halftime, but an early second half run gave iU a double-digit lead. Stanford cut that lead to four at 43-39, but a six-point spurt sparked by back-to-back 3’s by Rob Phinisee put Indiana up 49-41 at 12:09 of the second half.

In the next couple of minutes, Phinisee and teammate Trey Galloway each picked up their fourth personal foul. But Jackson-Davis scored 10 of Indiana’s next 11 points, helping the Hoosiers build a 15-point lead with 6:04 to play.

Stanford’s next two scheduled games against Cal Poly and Loyola Marymount are cancelled. The Cardinal’s next game is on Sunday, Dec. 13, in Los Angeles against USC.

NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Sooners clear winner over OSU; Indiana’s Wesson scoring helps Hoosiers to win; plus more

photo from yahoo.sports.com: Oklahoma forward Kristian Doolittle (21) pushes past Oklahoma St guard Avery Anderson III (0) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game in Norman, Okla., Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020.

On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle:

#1 The Oklahoma Sooners (14-7) took it to Oklahoma State (10-11) 82-69 in Norman Oklahoma on Saturday The Sooners outscored the Cowboys in the first half but in the second half both teams were pretty even 39-39 it wasn’t enough for Oklahoma State in the loss.

#2 The Ohio State Buckeyes (14-7) defeated the Indiana Hoosiers (15-7) 68-59. The Hoosiers Kaleb Wesson led the team with 15 points total but couldn’t get back in the game.

#3  The New Mexico Lobos (16-8) got handed a tough loss on Saturday from the Fresno Bulldogs (8-14) in Mountain West action 82-77. For New Mexico Zaine Martin and Keith McGee finished with 18 points a piece to lead the Lobos and for Fresno Orlando Robinson led the Bulldogs with 20 points.

Michelle does the NCAAB podcasts each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

NCAAF podcast with Michelle Richardson: Tagovailoa will be out for rest of season; Wolves get big win over MSU; Penn State goes over Indiana

espn photo: Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is carted off the field after getting a dislocated hip and a bloody nose. Tagovailoa will be out for the rest of the season.

On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle:

#1 The Alabama Crimson Tide’s Tua Tagovailoa will be out for the rest of the season due to a dislocated hip and he got a bloody nose in the Tide’s game with Mississippi State. Alabama won it 38-7. What will the loss of Tagovailoa mean for the Crimson Tide?

#2 Penn State picked a big win over the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday with a 34-27 win. The Nittany Lions quarterback Sean Clifford threw for 178 yards, 11-23 and one touchdown.

#3 Michigan improved to 8-2 with a 44-10 win over Michigan State and the Wolverines quarterback Sean Patterson threw for 384 yards, 24-33, and four touchdowns.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

Michelle Richardson does the NCAAF podcast each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Duke anxious to get Williamson back; Knight’s health in decline; Could Howard be effective in postseason?

Photo credit: @theScore

On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle:

#1 Just getting an update from Michelle on the Duke Blue Devils’ Zion Williamson, who is out with a mild right knee sprain. Williamson has missed three games since his shoe exploded on him last week. Duke lost to Virginia Tech and beat Syracuse since Williamson has been out.

#2 Former Indiana head coach 78-year-old Bobby Knight is reportedly declining and he’s suffering from a cognitive disorder. He fears his memory is fading on him.

#3 The Howard Bison are a near .500 team. They have won four out of their last six games and have two games left in the season. What do you look for in the Bison going into the postseason?

Michelle does the NCAAB podcasts Sundays at http://www.sportsradioservice.com