Corvallis, OR (Sports Network) - Chasson Randle scored seven points in the
final extra period to lead the Stanford Cardinal in their 103-101 quadruple-
overtime victory over Oregon State in a Pac-12 Conference battle at Gill
Randle finished with a game-high 24 points as he led six players for who
scored in double-figures for Stanford (13-3, 3-1 Pac-12). Aaron Bright
finished with 18 points, John Owens scored 16, and Anthony Brown chipped in
11. John Gage and Dwight Powell added 10 points each. Owens and Powell both
had double-doubles, as they each pulled down 11 rebounds in addition to their
Roberto Nelson and Jared Cunningham scored 19 points each for Oregon State
(11-5, 1-3). Two different Beavers recorded double-doubles as Joe Burton had
18 points and 10 rebounds while Devon Collier scored 16 and pulled down 11
boards. Ahmad Starks tallied 13 points and Angus Brandt had 10.
Oregon State took control in the first half by shooting 58.1 percent from the
field and 4-of-7 from three-point range to take a 43-36 advantage into the
Stanford battled back after halftime by making 43.8 percent of its shots from
the floor and draining 6-of-9 from beyond the arc in the second half. The
Beavers led by 10 in the second half before the Cardinal stole the lead with
under five minutes left in regulation. Starks tied it up with a pair of made
free throws with 1:20 left in regulation, but neither side scored and the game
progressed into overtime.
The home team led 83-82 with 23 seconds left in the first overtime, but Randle
made one of two free throws to tie it up. Brown missed a potential game-
winning buzzer beater at the end of the first overtime.
Stanford led 92-91 with 20 seconds left to play in the second overtime, but a
made Burton free-throw tied it up. Randle had his last second shot blocked by
Oregon State led 95-92 in the final seconds of the third overtime, but Brown
made a clutch three-pointer to tie up. Starks missed a shot at the buzzer of
the third extra period.
Nelson attempted a three-pointer with the Beavers trailing 103-101 moments
left before the final buzzer of the fourth overtime, but his attempt was
unsuccessful and the Cardinal escaped with the exhausting victory.
The contest was the longest game in both schools' history.
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