denverpost.com photo: Colorado forward Tyler Bey (1) battles for a rebound against Stanford’s Isaac White (4) and forward Tyrell Terry (3) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Stanford, Calif., Sunday, March 1, 2020.
On the Stanford basketball with Jerry F:
#1 Jerry talk about the Stanford Cardinal’s (20-9) Bryce Wills who scored 19 points on a sore ankle in the Cardinal win over the No.21 school in the country Colorado (21-9) 72-64.
#2 Wills was a game time decision to start the game and that decision helped the Cardinal get the eight point win past the Buffaloes last Sunday.
#3 Stanford head coach Jerod Haase said that it was a questionable decision to play Wills all the way through the game.
#4 Wills scored ten straight points after he got Stanford a 65-52 lead with 8:13 remaining in the game.
#5 The Cardinal are next up at Oregon State (15-13) for a 6pm tip Jerry sets this game up for us.
Stanford Cardinal podcasts are heard each Thursday with your host Jerry Feitelberg at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry:
#1 Jerry how important was it that Stanford (19-9) was coming off two wins over the Washington schools and then facing a team they had trouble with the last time they met in the Utah Utes (15-3) and got the victory 70-62.
#2 Like your headline read last night the Cardinal led from wire to wire in this one and never looked back it looked like the Cardinal executed on defense to hold the Utes back just enough to get a eight point win.
#3 In the second half the Utes fought right back outscoring the Cardinal 40-36 and it was just a margin of error that could have cost the Cardinal in that second half
#4 Head coach Jerod Haase said the game was not a thing of beauty but the Cardinal hung on just enough to win it
#5 It doesn’t get any easier as the Cardinal host the Colorado Buffaloes (21-7) Sunday night at Maples Jerry tell us how you see this match up.
Jerry does the Stanford Cardinal podcast each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
The Stanford Cardinal’s Oscar da Silva (13) takes a lay up against the Cal Bears Lars Thiemann (21) at Haas Pavilion in Berkeley on Sat Jan 26th (ap photo)
On the Stanford Cardinal podcast with Jerry F:
#1 The loss for Stanford (15-4) to Cal (8-10) certainly came at a big surprise as the Bears Paris Austin scored two free throws that clinched it for Cal 52-50.
#2 It was a battle and Stanford heard Cal’s footsteps all game long as Stanford took a 23-21 half time lead into the dressing room
#3 In the second half Cal clipped the Cardinal’s chances in the closing minutes of the game 31-27
#4 Cal had a 17-2 run on Stanford to catch up and although both teams scored a low total it was a cliffhanger all game long
#5 Stanford finds themselves in a very strange place on a two game losing streak coming off loses to USC and then Cal. The Cardinal face the Oregon State Beavers (12-8) they’ll be heavily relying on Oscar da Silva and Daejon Davis for tonight’s game.
Join Jerry Feitelberg for the Cardinal podcasts on Thursdays at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
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
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
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On the Cardinal podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:
#1 Jerry, we’ll start with football first. The Cardinal are coming off two loses going into the Big Game at Stanford this Saturday. Are their any concerns that head coach David Shaw should have going into this one?
#2 In the those two losses, the Cardinal were really taken out of their last game with a 49-22 loss to Washington State University. Will defense be a concern for Stanford?
#3 The Cardinal’s quarterback David Mills threw 33 for 50, for 504 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions he got lost of yards against the Cougars. Is this something that could be of an advantage against a struggling Cal team who has lost three of their last four?
#4 The Stanford Cardinal men’s basketball team is racking up the wins they did it again on Tuesday night against Maryland Eastern Shore with a 76-55 win and controlled the offense for most of the game.
#5 The Cardinal host William and Mary Tribe tonight. The Cardinal have now won four straight are undefeated and dominated in their last game. Jerry tells us how Stanford will do in this one.
Jerry Feitelberg is a beat writer for Stanford Cardinal basketball and does the Cardinal podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
pressdemocrat.com file photo: Stanford Cardinal quarterback KJ Costello (3) prepares to let one fly Sep 21st against Oregon at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto.
On the Cardinal football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:
#1 The Cardinal (4-4) have now won three of their last four games. Quarterback KJ Costello missed a few games returned in the Oct 26th game against Arizona (4-4) and led them to a 41-31 victory.
#2 Costello threw for 322 yards 31-44 and three touchdowns. Costello looks like he never missed a step.
#3 It was also a big day for running back Cameron Scarlett, who rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns.
#4 On receiving, Simi Fehoko caught three passes scored two touchdowns for 97 yards. It looks as if Stanford’s offensive house is in order.
#5 The Cardinal are in Colorado (3-6) for this Saturday against the Buffaloes. From how everything looks, this could be a pretty close matchup between both teams.
Jerry does the Stanford Cardinal football podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com
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On the Stanford Football podcast with Jerry Feitelberg:
#1 Despite losing 10 key contributors from its two-deep depth chart and having five players out of the lineup, Stanford Cardinal (3-3) head coach David Shaw has taken his team and developed them into winning ways such as the way they were able to defeat the Washington Huskies (4-2), 23-13.
#2 Jerry talks about Stanford quarterback David Mills, who went 21-30 for 293 yards, and one touchdown.
#3 There was very doubt that coach Shaw and the Cardinal, who were 16.5 points underdogs against the Washington Huskies in the October 5th game, could pull this one off, but the defense was certainly key as the Cardinal won by ten points.
#4 Stanford head coach David Shaw and UCLA head coach Chip Kelly will meet tonight at Stanford Stadium. It’ll be like old times and Shaw hopes to pull off another win at Stanford Stadium.
#5 How does Stanford quarterback David Mills stack up going against the Bruins defense and Chip Kelly’s game plan?
Jerry Feitelberg does the Cardinal podcasts each Thursday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com