Stanford Vs. Oregon State Recap: Cardinal Pick Up 103-101 Win In Quadruple Overtime

The Stanford Cardinal faced off against the Oregon St. Beavers on Saturday night in hopes of picking up a win to split their Pac-12 road series in Oregon. They managed the win, but it certainly wasn't easy. In the end, the 103-101 victory required four overtime periods.

Things didn't look to be going Stanford's way early, as the Beavers held a 43-36 lead heading into halftime. The teams battled to a tie in the closing minutes of regulation, with neither team able to score in the final minute, beginning the series of overtime periods.

The first overtime saw each team score seven points, the second saw the two teams scoring nine points each and the third overtime featured only three points netted by each team: Oregon State's points on Jared Cunningham free throws, Stanford's three on an Anthony Brown trey with 0:18 left in the period.Stanford pulled ahead 102-99 in the fourth overtime, finally managing to hang on for the 103-101 win.

Chasson Randle led all scorers with 24 points. Dwight Powell recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Josh Owens also managed a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

For all news and information regarding the Stanford Cardinal, please visit Rule of Tree. For updates and perspective on Oregon State, head over to Building the Dam.

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