Just a bit outside

No.10 Stanford may have been outmatched, but they weren’t outsized.¬†

The Cardinals shot down No.2 seed Kansas with a rolling zone defense and a huge front line, 60-57.

Stanford held Andrew Wiggins to four points on 1-6 shooting, and forced the blue chip NBA prospect to commit four turnovers after averaging close to 30 PPG in his last four games.

The pro-KU crowd got dumped on, brains triumphed over beauty and the Cardinals became the second team to knock out a No.2 seed after UConn kicked out Villanova Saturday night. 

Damn March Madness you scary.

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