CSDTV: Postgame With the Players

BERKELEY -- Tyrone Wallace and Allen Crabbe break down the win against Washington State on Saturday night in this exclusive video, plus notebook.



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BERKELEY -- With the win on Saturday against Washington State, the Cal basketball team now leads the all-time series, 74-47.

The Bears improved to 10-0 on the year when leading at the half. After leading 52-49 at 5:51, Cal finished the game on a 15-5 run.

With his 14 points, junior wing Allen Crabbe moved into 18th place all-time on Cal's career scoring list. He now has 1,252 points over the past three seasons. The next player in Crabbe's sights is Dave Butler, at No. 17, with 1,291 total points from 1983-87.

After going scoreless in his last two home games, freshman Tyrone Wallace set his career high with 16 points, including seven in the first half. Wallace shot 7-for-11 from the free-throw line. His previous best was 13 points against UNLV on Dec. 9.

The 11 blocks Cal tallied in the game tied a program record. Earlier this season, the Bears had 11 blocks against Harvard. Cal also had 11 blocks against Cal State Northridge in 1993 and against UC Irvine in 1990.

Throee of those blocks came from sophomore David Kravish, who entered the top 10 on the Bears' all-time list. He now has 66 in his year and a half on campus, one behind Francisco Elson for ninth place. Elson had 67 from 1998-99.

Junior Richard Solomon set a career high with six blocks against the Cougars. He had five against Harvard.

Junior guard Jeff Powers made his first start of the season in place of Wallace – the third start of his career. He also had two starts as a redshirt freshman in 2011, when Crabbe was out with a concussion. In his first career start -- also against Washington State -- Powers scored 14 points and pulled down four rebounds. On Saturday, Powers had five points.

Ryan Gorcey publishes Cal Sports Digest and writes about Major League Baseball for FOXSportsNEXT. Follow him on Twitter @RGBearTerritory.

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