Stanford 72, Seattle 49: Stanford rolled yet again and appears to be asserting themselves as a team that knows how to do such. I know they’ve been playing inferior talent that they’ve beat up on, but I can’t help but be impressed. Teams often over look early, lesser opponents and, especially if you look at the atrocious Pac-12 losses, you can’t take anyone for granted. Dawkins’ squad is playing stern and tough, a lot like their coach looks (peer deep into those eyes: shivers). One thing that made this game interesting is the Pac-10 historical undertones. Seattle is coached by Cameron Dollar of UCLA lore. Doing some research, Dollar was on the losing end of this UCLA-Stanford game in 1997 (the Bruins would later avenge that loss, 87-68). Regardless, Dollar has the last laugh as he’s a 1995 National Champion. He’s also the same Cameron Dollar who assisted Lorenzo Romar for seven years and, in his first season at Seattle, beat Oregon State. The dude’s all over the conference. Anyhow, this game wasn’t worth much of a watch but know that Stanford is quickly becoming a team to look out for. Heads up.
With only one game going on in the conference last night and it being Friday and all, here’s some video linkage. Enjoy:
- Derrick Williams is from Los Angeles, here he is letting you know about it in a great Under Armour ad
- The Pac-12 football championship game is here. Who’s watching? I’ll probably check the score on my phone, too. Anyhow, here’s the commercial for the game
- You have to have seen the drunk baby at Las Palmas
- The guys at Ballin’ is a Habit do a great job on all that they do, check them out. They also compile a POSTERIZED list. Thus far, it’s Pac-12less. Take a gander who’s made the dunk watch