Bootleg Video: Players Sonoma State Post-Game

Stanford opened its 2005-06 season with an exhibition contest Saturday against Sonoma State, cruising to an 87-52 win. Though they played scant minutes, starters Dan Grunfeld, Matt Haryasz and Tim Morris had several thoughts on the game afterward. We take you inside the media room at Maples Pavilion to see the smiles and insights as the players conversed with the media.

An off-season of anticipation came to an end Saturday afternoon when Stanford opened its season with an exhibition affair against Sonoma State.  The starters did not stuff the stat sheet, playing limited minutes while the Cardinal coaches gave a number of younger reserves a hard look.  But the return of Grunfeld and Morris to action was news, after both failed to finish the season last winter.  They talked with reporters after today's game about their return to the floor, while Haryasz was queried on his healing foot injury.  All three were in good spirits after the 87-52 victory, especially when talk turned to their teammates...

Dan Grunfeld Scout Profile
Matt Haryasz Scout Profile
Tim Morris Scout Profile

Sonoma State Post-Game (Part I) -
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