NCAA basketball podcast with Michelle Richardson: Baylor gets big win over Kansas; Syracuse’s Girard leads with 19 in win; plus more

sports.yahoo.com photo: Baylor guard Mark Vital (11) gestures toward the bench during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Kansas in Lawrence, Kan., Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020.

Michelle Richardson on the NCAA basketball podcast:

#1 How shocked how surprised were you to find out that Baylor #4 (13-1) defeated Kansas #3 (12-3) on Saturday 67-55. The Bears Jerod Butler led in scoring with 22 points.

#2 The Syracuse Orange defeated the Virginia Cavaliers 63-55 Saturday in overtime. The Orange’s Joseph Girard III scored 19 points to lead Syracuse.

#3 #13 Louisville (13-3) got a close win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (10-6) by three points 67-64. For Louisville top scoring from Jordan Norwa with 20 points.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

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

Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal host Cal tonight try to shake off last loss to Kansas

gostanford.com: Group huddle with the Stanford Cardinal Daejon Davis, David McCormack, Devon Dotson, and Oscar da Silva from Sun Dec 29th vs. Kansas

On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 The Kansas Jayhawks (10-2) got a big victory in the Stanford Cardinals (11-2) last game 72-56. The game played at Maples Pavilion last Sunday Dec 29th and was not even close and the Cardinal picked up their second loss of the season.

#2 The Jayhawks Udoka Azubuike pulled down 13 rebounds, as Kansas won despite turning the ball over 21 times.

#3 The Jayhawks Ochai Agbaji and Devon Dotson contributed 14 points apiece, as Kansas won its fourth straight meeting with the Cardinal

#4 Talk about Oscar da Silva he’s been steady and led the Cardinal in scoring last Sunday with 19 points

#5 The Cardinal host the Cal Bears on tonight at Maples Pavilion Jerry sets this one up for us

Stanford Cardinal podcasts with Jerry can be heard at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Slow-starting Kansas heats up in second half, defeats Cardinal 72-56

gostanford.com photo: The Stanford Cardinal’s Tyler Terry (3) drives on the Kansas Jayhawks guard Devon Dotson (1) on Sunday at Maples Pavilion in Palo Alto

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Sunday, December 29, 2019

No. 5-ranked Kansas paid a visit to Maples Pavilion on Sunday, and emerged with a 72-56 non-conference men’s basketball victory over Stanford.

Isaiah Moss had 17 bench points for the Jayhawks (10-2), and Udoka Azubuike pulled down 13 rebounds, as Kansas won despite turning the ball over 21 times.

Azubuike, a 7-feet, 270-pound center, had a rough day offensively, scoring only two points (0-5 on free throws) and committing five turnovers while playing much of the game in foul trouble.

Ochai Agbaji and Devon Dotson contributed 14 points apiece, as Kansas won its fourth straight meeting with the Cardinal. Stanford Coach Jerod Haase, a Kansas alum, said after the game that the series has concluded for now.

Oscar da Silva led the Cardinal (11-2) with 19 points.

The Jayhawks started out slow with their long-range shooting, eventually making 6 of 8 3-pointers in the second half. Kansas took an early 7-0 lead while the Cardinal missed its first 14 shots. Stanford didn’t score until da Silva sank two free throws at 12:11, and Isaac White made the Cardinal’s first basket at 8:12 of the first half.

Kansas led 28-18 at halftime.

Stanford shot only 22 percent in the first half, including 1 of 9 on 3-pointers. The Jayhawks outrebounded Stanford 44-25, while the Cardinal committed 19 turnovers.

The Cardinal are off until Thursday, Jan. 2, when they host California in their Pac-12 opener.

Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Terry has been a force in Cardinals’ success as Kansas comes calling Sunday

gostanford.com photo: The Cardinal bench erupts in celebration as they defeated San Diego last Sat Dec 21st at Chase Center at the Al Attles Classic

Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:

#1 Jerry talk about the job that guard Tyrell Terry, Terry led the Cardinal (11-1) in scoring against San Diego (6-8) last Saturday at Chase Center in the Cardinal’s win 62-59.

#2 Terry’s numbers were impressive and he’s been the go to guy to throw the ball down he amassed 20 points, seven assists, and three assists.

#3 Second in scoring for the Cardinal was Oscar da Silva with 19 points scored, 11 rebounds, and one assist. da Silva very consistent and reliable in helping Stanford get those critical points.

#4 The Cardinal held their own getting a three point win over San Diego 62-59, for San Diego a team that is two games under .500 playing a team that is 10 games over .500 they didn’t cave a bit either.

#5 Kansas Jayhawks (9-2) come in next Saturday Dec 29th and although the Cardinal have lost only one game out of their last 12 games the Jayhawks are no slouches.

Jerry Feitelberg does the Stanford Cardinal podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

March Madness NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Jayhawks’ De Sousa took money from booster and agent; LSU’s Wade investigated for wiring funds to recruits; plus more

Photo credit: @SilvioDeSousa5

On the March Madness NCAAB podcast with Michelle:

#1 Silvio De Sousa of the Kansas Jayhawks and Kansas University is under investigation after it was learned that De Sousa was receiving money from a booster and an agent. De Sousa must sit out this season and next season but he’s not worried he.

#2 LSU Tigers’ Will Wade is under investigation regarding wire fraud. Wade was wire tapped by the FBI funneling funds to families of player recruits at Louisville, Kansas, and North Carolina State. Also, it was reported that Wade was frustrated in trying to obtain high school player from a Louisiana High School Javonte Smart in negotiating terms. It was not confirmed if Wade was in violation of NCAA rules as there is no confirmation of Wade funneling the money to the families or if they accepted the money.

#3 Michelle goes over her brackets for March Madness.

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

NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: Without Azubike and DeSousa, Wildcats have their way with Hawks; Duke comes back to beat George Tech; OSU gets the better of UW; plus more

Photo credit: @KentuckyMBB

On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle:

#1 Udoke Azubuike is out with an injury and Silvio DeSousa is in ineligible. Wihout their key players, the Kansas Jayhawks (16-4) couldn’t turn the corner to the Kentucky Wildcats (16-3) 71-63. The score is reflective of the lack offense needed by the Hawks.

#2 Duke (17-2) got a win over Georgia Tech (11-9) on Saturday 66-53. The Blue Devils got hoop help from RJ Barrett with 24 points and 11 rebounds Duke won it coming back from behind.

#3 Washington Huskies (16-4) defeated the Oregon State Beavers (12-7) 79-69 Saturday . The Huskies’ Jaylen Nowell (19) and Nahziah Carter (18) both led in scoring and the Beavers’ Stephen Thomson Jr (30) and Tres Tinkle (18) led OSU in scoring.

#4 Michelle’s final thoughts

NCAAB podcast is every week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

NCAA podcast with Daniel Dullum: Hoops shocker ASU tops No. 13 Kansas; USF continues to roll with win over Stanford; Minnesota women now 11-0; plus more

stlouisdispatch.com photo: Arizona State guard Rob Edwards (left) knocks the ball out of the hands of Kansas guard Quentin Grimes Saturday night at ASU

On the NCAA podcast with Daniel Dullum:

1 Men’s Hoops: No. 18 Arizona State stuns No. 1 Kansas

2 USF handles Stanford

3 Women’s Hoops: No. 13 Minnesota 11-0 under new coach Lindsay Whalen

4 No. 1 UConn holds off challenge from Cal

5 Congrats to Stanford on women’s volleyball national championship

Daniel Dullum is filling in for Michelle Richardson for the NCAA report heard each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Stanford Cardinal basketball podcast with Joey Friedman: After loss to Kansas, Stanford looks to recover against Washington Eastern

gostanford.com photo

On the Stanford basketball podcast with Joey:

#1 Last Saturday, going to Kansas (8-0), you had to get that feeling the Stanford Cardinal (4-4) had their work cut out for them.

#2 The Jayhawks’ LaGerald Vick, one of the big threats, hit a three-pointer with just a second left in the game, Vick had eight of 27 points for the Hawks to lead them to a 90-84 win and the Hawks kept their perfect record in tact.

#3 For the Cardinal, KZ Okpala had 22 points and eight rebounds, Daejon Davis had 19 points and eight boards and Isaac White had 15 points and five threes.

#4 While the Jayhawks are still undefeated, they did make mistakes during their win over the Cardinal and just got away with a six-point win.

#5 The Cardinal have the home floor Saturday night against the Eastern Washington Eagles (1-7). The Eagles will be coming off a game against the USF Dons on Thursday night. The Cardinal could very well have this game in hand.

Join Joey each Friday for the Cardinal podcasts at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

Vick, No. 2 Jayhawks hold off the Cardinal 90-84 in OT

Photo credit: gostanford.com

By Daniel Dullum
Sports Radio Service
Saturday, December 1, 2018

No. 2 Kansas needed a big finish from guard Lagerald Vick to lift the Jayhawks past upset-minded Stanford with a 90-84 overtime men’s basketball victory Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan.

Vick drilled the game-tying 3-pointer with 7 seconds remaining in regulation, then scored eight of his 27 points in overtime.

Stanford’s Daejon Davis sank a pair of free throws with 13.3 seconds remaining, giving the Cardinal a 75-72 lead. Vick made the tying 3-pointer on the ensuing possession.

The Cardinal had the final possession in regulation, but Davis missed a 3-point attempt as time expired.

In the overtime, Vick, who scored two points in the first half, hit a 3 to put the Jayhawks ahead, followed by a dunk, and his seventh 3-pointer of the game, putting KU up by eight.

Dedrick Lawson finished with 24 points and 15 rebounds for Kansas, with Udoka Azbuike adding 18 points and nine boards.

Stanford was led by KZ Okpala with 22 points and eight rebounds. Davis was next for the Cardinal with 19 points and eight rebounds, and Isaac White finished with 15 points on five 3s.

The Cardinal hit a season-high 12 3-pointers in the game after averaging 5.7 3s per game going into Saturday.

It was Jerod Haase’s second return to Allen Fieldhouse as Stanford’s coach. A former KU standout, Haase helped lead the Jayhawks to three consecutive conference championships and is No. 33 on the KU career scoring list with 1,264 points.

The Jayhawks hold an 11-3 all-time series lead over Stanford. Next season, the teams complete their four-game series in December at Maples Pavilion.

Next: After a grueling start to their season, the Cardinal have a two-week break before hosting Eastern Washington on Dec. 15.

Stanford Cardinal basketball podcast with Joey Friedman: Young team finding each other scrapped to get last win; Face Kansas Saturday

photo from Kansas.com: Kansas Jayhawks Senior guard Lagerald Vick lines up during a Tennessee free throw in the NIT Season Tip-off tournament in Brooklyn, New York. Kansas defeated Tennessee 87-81 in overtime to win the tournament. The Jayhawks host the Stanford Cardinal this Saturday night. 

#1 The Stanford Cardinal got only one win in three games in the Bahamas during last week’s Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament. Stanford got a second win in their last four games on Wednesday night back home at Maples Pavilion in a 79-69 over the Portland State Vikings.

#2 Down by four 14-10 with 12 minutes left in the first half the Cardinal rallied with a lay up by Lukas Kisunas, Cormac Ryan’s three-pointers, and Jaiden Delaire on a dunk for a 17-14 in the first half.

#3 The bench helped out for Stanford in the last five minutes of the first half to get the Cardinal up 30-23. It didn’t last long as the Portland State Vikings moved the ball on a 12-2 run and took a 35-34 one point lead at half time.

#4 In the back and forth game, the Cardinal were able to manage a 79-67 win.

#5 It’s off to Kansas for Saturday, Dec. 1st game against the Cardinal’s third meeting against a ranked school. Stanford is 0-2 against ranked opponents this season.

Join Joey each Friday for the Stanford Cardinal podcast at http://www.sportsradioservice.com