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Inside Stanford Sports On Tap
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 01/25/2014

STANFORD, Calif.- The next edition of Inside Stanford Sports with Johnny Dawkins on KNBR 1050 AM is scheduled to air Monday, Jan. 27.

The Inside Stanford Sports radio show is broadcast from Gordon Biersch Restaurant in downtown Palo Alto. The show airs from 8-9 p.m.

There are three more shows scheduled for the remainder of the regular season:

Monday, Jan. 27
Monday, Feb. 17
Monday, March 3

Cardinal fans can tune in to KNBR 1050 AM or listen free online at Another way to interact with the show is utilizing the hashtag #AskStanMBB on Twitter, as participants are encouraged to use the hashtag when tweeting their questions to Stanford Men's Basketball (@Stanfordbball).

Guests are also encouraged to stop by 640 Emerson Street and attend the show live or call in to 650-808-1050 and ask questions. Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to win prizes, including Stanford merchandise and courtside seats to upcoming men's and women's home games.

Scott Reiss, Stanford’s radio play-by-play announcer for men’s basketball and football broadcasts, serves as the show's host. Selected student-athletes and special guests are scheduled to appear throughout the year.

Robbie Lemons, Grant Verhoeven and assistant coach Charles Payne are slated to appear tonight.

Chasson Randle scored seven of his team-high 17 points in overtime, powering Stanford past USC 79-71 on Sunday to earn a split of its SoCal road swing.

Josh Huestis added 16 points and Dwight Powell 14 for the Cardinal, which won for just the second time in its last 18 road games against UCLA and USC. Stanford (13-6, 4-3 Pac-12) scored the first four points of overtime on a free throw by Anthony Brown and a three-pointer from Randle to go ahead for good. John Gage, who matched a season-high with 12 points off the bench, added four in a row to make it 71-64 with 2:26 left before the Cardinal sealed the game with free throws.



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