Cardinal Topples No. 1 Blue Devils, 84-83
Dec. 21, 2000
OAKLAND, Calif. - Casey Jacobsen banked in a jumper with 3.6 secondsleft as No. 3 Stanford roared back from an 11-point deficit in the final fourminutes to beat top-ranked Duke 84-83 Thursday night at the Pete NewellChallenge.
After being outrun and outplayed all night, Stanford made a frantic 11-1 runand tied it at 79 on Julius Barnes' layup with 1:09 left. Mike Dunleavy'sleaner with 51 seconds left gave Duke the lead.
The Blue Devils led 83-82 when Dunleavy was fouled with 14 seconds left, buthe missed two free throws to give Stanford one last shot.
Jacobsen, who finished with 26 points, drove the left side of the court andkissed a fallaway shot off the glass.
Duke rushed back down the court, but Jason Williams missed a driving layup,and the Blue Devils' follow-up shot came after the buzzer.
As Tiger Woods leaped, screamed and hugged his friends at courtside whilerooting for his old school, the Stanford players rushed to midcourt for ajubilant hug.
By GREG BEACHAM
AP Sports Writer