Stanford Cardinal/March Madness podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal No.2 to meet No.11 Missouri State on Saturday for round three

Stanford Cardinal guard Anna Wilson sets up to hit a three pointer against Oklahoma State Cowgirls during round two of the NCAA Tournament in San Antonio TX on Tue Mar 23, 2021 (AP News photo)

#1 The Stanford women will meet the Missouri State Lady Bears this Saturday March 27th in the Sweet 16 at Wintrust Arena in Chicago. The Cardinal are coming off two straight big wins against Utah Valley State and more recently Oklahoma State how much will momentum be a factor for Stanford going into Saturday’s action.

#2 The Cardinal are moving into their third round but they’ve been considered a heavy favorite going into the tournament and no really doubts what they can do here in March Madness.

#3 Jerry, talk about the plays, the strategy the work that Stanford head coach Tara VanDerveer takes going into Saturday’s game against Missouri.

#4 For VanDerveer a career March Madness Tournament win loss record of 60-23. Oddsmakers say this should be the Stanford women’s year to get and win the Final Four and VanDerveer is the coach that can get them there.

#5 Jerry, the Cardinal are getting some top scoring from guard Haley Jones, guard Kiana Williams, forward Cameron Brink, and guard Ann Wilson all whom finished in double figures in their last game against Oklahoma State.

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Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Stanford women No.1 ranked; Stanford men da Silva back but it just wasn’t enough as Cardinal fall way short

Stanford women’s head coach Tara VanDerveer holds the netting after the Cardinal beat UCLA on Sun Mar 8, 2021 as the Cardinal continue in the Pac 12 Tournament (photo from @GoStanfordWBB)

On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 We’ll start off talking about women’s basketball Jerry, the Stanford women (25-2) got a big win over UCLA (16-5) on Sunday 75-55 a game that showed you what this team can do and why their ranked No. 1.

#2 Michaela Onyenwere last Sunday scored 30 points and has been a key part of the offense for the Stanford women.

#3 Turning to men’s basketball last night at the T-Mobile Center in Las Vegas. The Cal Bears played wire to wire against the Stanford Cardinal. The Cardinal just couldn’t generate the kind of offense they’ve had in past games this season and it wasn’t even close in the loss 76-58.

#4 Oscar da Silva returned from the injured list and scored 12 points and Jaiden Delaire finished first in scoring with 14 but it was too little for Stanford to beat Cal.

#5 What’s has to be in store for Stanford head coach Jerod Haase he had a team that was good enough to compete, the da Silva injury hampered the team and now he’s going to have to look forward to getting some recruiting done in the off season.

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Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Trojans deliver offensive pain on Cardinal last regular season game

The USC Trojans forward Max Agbonkpolo (23) gets a hand on the ball and prevents the Stanford Cardinal guard Noah Tatiz (20) from taking a shot in the first half of Wed Mar 3, 2021’s game in Los Angeles. (AP News photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 It’s almost incredible to think about how the USC Trojans (20-6) just were no match for the Stanford Cardinal (14-12) in a landslide win 79-42.

#2 The Cardinal scored only 17 points to the Trojans 36 just in the first half, the Cardinal just couldn’t get any offense going and faired no better in the second half 43-25.

#3 Stanford was missing Oscar da Silva in the line up and had Brandon Angel and Spencer Jones tied for the Cardinal top scorers with nine.

#4 Lots of points scored against the Cardinal 79 and head coach Jerod Haase was under pressure to figure it out but couldn’t.

#5 The game at USC brought the Cardinal to their final regular season game and now they head to the Pac 12 Tournament in Vegas on March 10th one last hurrah to try and get a few wins to close the season.

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Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal and Ducks coming off tough loses face off tonight at Maples

The Stanford Cardinals’ Oscar da Silva (13) drives on the USC Trojan defense. The last meeting between the two teams was postponed and rescheduled for March 3 in Los Angeles. The Cardinal will host the Oregon Ducks tonight at Maples Pavilion in Palo Alto ( file photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry, the Cardinal (14-9) are coming off a tough loss to Washington State (14-10) 85-76 in triple overtime Sat Feb 20th and their last scheduled game against the USC Trojans (19-4) was canceled. The loss to the Cougars a tough one in Pullman.

#2 Normally when you get five players in double figures your chances go up for a win but the Cardinal were outscored and the Cougars defense just held them in check to stay ahead.

#3 The Cougars had come off a win against the Cal Bears the Tuesday before they faced the Cardinal. WSU had four scorers in double figures but key factor was Noah Williams who wound up the lead scorer with 40 points an impressive total in college basketball.

#4 The Cougars defense was able to contain Oscar da Silva who scored only 11 points and Michael O’Connell was the Cardinal lead scorer with 17.

#5 The Oregon Ducks (14-9) are at Stanford tonight. The Ducks got whipped by USC in their last game 72-58 Monday night in Los Angeles. The Cardinal play host and after getting beat by the Cougars their going to be pressing too. Jerry, how do you see this match up tonight.

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Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Cardinal could apply same technique on Arizona as they did on UCLA

The Stanford Cardinal forward Oscar da Silva (13) go for the bucket against the UCLA Bruins guard Jules Bernard (1) at Kaiser Permanente Arena in Santa Cruz on Saturday, January 23, 2021 (AP News photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry, the Cardinal (9-5) open tonight with two games in Arizona, tonight against the Wildcats, who are one of the best at 12-3, and on Saturday against the ASU Sun Devils, who are 4-8. Let’s take tonight’s game first. How much pressure will it be on star scorer for Stanford Oscar da Silva tonight?

#2 Stanford has won four of their last six game, including their last game against UCLA, which was by a razor margin 73-72, but an impressive win.

#3 In the game against UCLA, da Silva was once again top scorer with 26 points. He was followed by Jaiden Delaire, who scored 19. That’s saying a lot when you’re dueling with a team defense like the Bruins.

#4 The Wildcats are no match for a lot of teams in their last game. They pounded the Arizona State Sun Devils 80-67. The Wildcats are loaded on offense. Their top scorer on Monday night’s game was Terrell Brown 18 points and Azuolas Tubelis and James Akinjo both finished with 16. The Cardinal could have their hands full tonight in Tucson.

#5 Stanford head coach Jerod Haase could coach another game similar to the one he coached against UCLA. Lots of skill shots, aggressive inside and da Silva taking lots of outside shots.

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Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Stanford to face USC team that’s on a roll today in Santa Cruz

The USC Trojans forward Isiah Mobley (right) works his way under the basket while the Washington Huskies Nate Roberts (1) tries to prevent Mobley from scoring in the second half of Thu Jan 14, 2021’s game at USC (AP News photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry two tough loses on the road in Buffalo (11-3) and in Utah (5-6) for the Stanford Cardinal (8-5) men’s team who now 6th in the Pac 12 how much did those two loses shave off their post season chances last week.

#2 Let’s take a look at last Thu Jan 14th’s game in Utah. The Cardinal were outmatched in both the first half 34-25 in the second half 45-40 as the Cardinal got out scored by the Utes 79-65.

#3 In Colorado on Sat Jan 16th the Buffaloes came out hitting baskets and in the first half came away with a 40-26 lead for the second half while the Cardinal defense improved and the Cardinal came close 38-37 it wasn’t enough as the Stanford took a 77-64, 13 point loss.

#4 Jerry, Oscar da Silva was doing a lot of the heavy lifting on Saturday leading the Cardinal in scoring with 22 points. da Silva no doubt has made the difference in some of the Cardinal victories this season.

#5 The USC Trojans (11-2) are at Stanford today for a 2:00pm tip off. The Trojans had a six game win streak going into Oregon State (6-5) on Tuesday night. They’ve been getting some great scoring help from Isaiah and Evan Mobley. Taking a look at the Trojans how do you see today’s match up in Santa Cruz for Cardinal.

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Stanford Cardinals basketball podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Stanford men’s looking for 5th straight win; Stanford women ranked No.1 in AP poll

Stanford women’s head coach Tara VanDerveer talks with guard Kiana Williams on Tue Dec 15, 2020 just before becoming the winningest coach in NCAA women’s basketball history against Pacific University (AP News photo)

On the Stanford podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry taking a look at a couple of Stanford men’s last two games the Cardinal had to be happy to get wins against the Arizona Wildcats Sat Dec 19th 78-75 and a win over Cal State Bakersfield Mon Dec 21, 63-50.

#2 The two wins over Arizona and Cal State Bakersfield were Stanford’s third and fourth wins in a row. A good streak to carry over as the Cardinal head to Oregon State on New Year’s eve and Oregon on Jan 2.

#3 The win over the Wildcats on Dec 19th was the first time the Cardinal won a game  in 20 games against the Wildcats. The Stanford defense prevented Arizona from scoring and held them to only 35% meanwhile the Cardinal were able to open it up on offense with 61%.

#4 Turning to Stanford women’s basketball. The Cardinal women rank No.1 in the AP poll. Stanford received 26 first place votes as of last Monday.

#5 The Cardinal women have made movements on No.2 Louisville, North Carolina State had moved up to No.3 just edging out UConn.

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Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Mills threw a good game two weeks ago can the offense keep up the momentum?

Stanford running back Austin Jones gets some yardage on the Oregon Ducks defense on Nov 7th, 2020 on opening week at Oregon University. The Cardinal have played only two games total. (AP News photo)

On the Cardinal Football podcast with Jerry F:

#1 The Stanford Cardinal whose last game was canceled due to a Coronavirus outbreak as they were scheduled to play the Washington State Cougars at Stanford on Saturday. It was a setback because the Cardinal are still looking to get their first win of the season.

#2 Jerry it’s been two weeks since the Cardinal have seen game action that was going back to playing against the Colorado Buffaloes at Stanford on Nov 14th in a close 35-32 loss. Not playing for two weeks certainly is too much time away from competition and it takes away a team’s timing and executing the playbook.

#3 For Cardinal quarterback Davis Mills in his last outing against the Buffaloes 327 yards passing and one keeper. Davis was key in the Cardinal high scoring game despite the loss he was key under center.

#4The Cardinal did get a lot of offensive yards and was in a shootout can you see them having that same momentum going into the Big Game this Friday night at Cal?

#5 Both Stanford and Cal have had two loses and have had two games canceled due to Covid issues. Both teams are hoping for no outbreaks and to get a game in and most importantly to get in the win column. Jerry how do you see this anticipated Big Game on Friday night.

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Stanford Cardinal Football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg: Struggling Stanford hosts Washington State in bid for first win of the season

Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw runs off the field after a loss to the Oregon Ducks on Sat Nov 7, 2020. The Cardinal prepare for the Washington State Cougars for this Sat Nov 21st at Stanford Stadium (AP file photo)

On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 The Stanford Cardinal (0-2) played a razor close game last Saturday for their home opener losing 35-32 against the Colorado Buffaloes in spite of the Cardinal scoring 16 points in the fourth quarter they still fell short.

#2 Cardinal quarterback Davis Mills had a quarterback keeper, worked hard throwing for 327 yards in 31 for 56 passes.

#3 The Buffaloes (2-0) running back Jarek Broussard carried for 121 yards that helped give Colorado good field position on offense and running back Sam Noyer who carried for only 36 yards and scored two touchdowns helped the offense.

#4 Likewise for the Cardinal they got their scoring mostly on the ground with running back Austin Jones and Mills who carried in for a touchdown each. Jerry do you see Mills and the Cardinal going to the ground game again against Washington State?

#5 Washington State Cougars (1-1) come to Stanford after a tough loss last Saturday 43-29 to the Oregon Ducks the Cougars did win the week before in their opener against the Oregon State Beavers (0-2) 38-28. Jerry set this game up between Wazzu and Stanford for this Saturday.

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Stanford Cardinal Football podcast with Jerry Feiteltberg: Mills and Weddington being checked if they are Covid 19 free

Stanford quarterback David Mills (15) drops back to look for a receiver during the Big Game last season against the Cal Bears on Nov 23, 2019 at Stanford Stadium (file photo from

On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:

#1 Jerry how big was it that Stanford’s quarterback David Mills and wide receiver Connor Weddington both missed opening week in Oregon against the Ducks?

#2 The Cardinals’ defensive end Trey LaBounty also was missing from action last Saturday as he also was positive for Covid-19. The Cardinal lost quite handedly 35-14 and missing LaBounty and the defense was a big part of that loss.

#3 As of Tuesday Stanford head coach David Shaw indicated that a fourth unnamed player has also contracted Covid. As of Wednesday the Cardinal who host the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday have not indicated if the game would be postponed as of yet.

#4 Shaw also said he has no idea of the timeline when the players would be back but at midweek knows that some decisions have to be made soon and the Cardinal are trying to avoid postponing the game on Saturday.

#5 Last week the Cardinal had Jack West starting who threw 154 yards and third stringer Tanner Mckee who threw for 62 yards neither threw for a touchdown in the loss. The Buffaloes got by the UCLA Bruins in a shootout 48-42 in their last game last Saturday the Buffaloes can provide a lot of offense. Jerry set this game up for us.

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