You might think after 45 minutes of play that spanned a full two and a half hours, there would be dozens of topics to discuss on Stanford's 76-67 overtime win over Washington. Sunday evening in the press room, however, most of the talk centered on Hernandez' three game-saving free throws and the in-bounds play called "home run" that got the ball to him. This was as giddy and proud a post-game as we have seen all year for the Cardinal, as you might expect following such a thrilling and momentous victory...
Washington press room post-game -
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