Mar 7, 2013
Assistant Coaches Ejected For Leaving Bench During Fight

USA Today

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaab/pac12/2013/03/07/stanford-beats-california-massive-fight-technical-fouls-ejections/1969901/

Chasson Randle felt Stanford delivered an important message to California while completing the Cardinal’s first sweep of their cross-bay rival in five years.

Dealing a blow to the Golden Bears’ Pac-12 title hopes just made it sweeter.

Randle scored 20 points, Josh Huestis added 18 and Stanford beat California 83-70 on Wednesday, ending the Bears’ seven-game winning streak.

The win, only Stanford’s fifth since January, came in a game that was highlighted by seven technical fouls, six of which came following a scuffle between the two teams late in the second half.

Players and coaches from both teams streamed onto the floor after Cal’s Allen Crabbe and Stanford’s Aaron Bright wrestled for the ball. After getting separated, Crabbe gave Stanford’s Dwight Powell a hard shove in the back before being restrained as players from both teams shoved one another. Bears coach Mike Montgomery ushered center Richard Solomon off the court, then Justin Cobbs and Bright screamed at one another as Bright was being walked off the court by Powell.

Referees watched television replays to sort things out before assessing technical fouls on Crabbe, Cobbs and Justin Wallace of Cal, and Randle, Powell and Bright of Stanford. Additionally, Solomon and Stanford’s Gabriel Harris were ejected for leaving the bench, while Cal assistant coach Gregg Gottlieb and Stanford assistants Mark Madsen and Charles Payne were also ejected.

Assistant Coaches Ejected For Leaving Bench During Fight

USA Today

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaab/pac12/2013/03/07/stanford-beats-california-massive-fight-technical-fouls-ejections/1969901/

Chasson Randle felt Stanford delivered an important message to California while completing the Cardinal’s first sweep of their cross-bay rival in five years.

Dealing a blow to the Golden Bears’ Pac-12 title hopes just made it sweeter.

Randle scored 20 points, Josh Huestis added 18 and Stanford beat California 83-70 on Wednesday, ending the Bears’ seven-game winning streak.

The win, only Stanford’s fifth since January, came in a game that was highlighted by seven technical fouls, six of which came following a scuffle between the two teams late in the second half.

Players and coaches from both teams streamed onto the floor after Cal’s Allen Crabbe and Stanford’s Aaron Bright wrestled for the ball. After getting separated, Crabbe gave Stanford’s Dwight Powell a hard shove in the back before being restrained as players from both teams shoved one another. Bears coach Mike Montgomery ushered center Richard Solomon off the court, then Justin Cobbs and Bright screamed at one another as Bright was being walked off the court by Powell.

Referees watched television replays to sort things out before assessing technical fouls on Crabbe, Cobbs and Justin Wallace of Cal, and Randle, Powell and Bright of Stanford. Additionally, Solomon and Stanford’s Gabriel Harris were ejected for leaving the bench, while Cal assistant coach Gregg Gottlieb and Stanford assistants Mark Madsen and Charles Payne were also ejected.






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