Stanford Star Collapses After Blue Demon’s Defeat

(WSCR) – DePaul brought the Standford into overtime but fell short, losing 81-74. Stanford’s Jeremy Green also collapsed after the game needing medical attention.

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Jeremy Green scored 19 points and Stanford rallied to beat DePaul 81-74 in overtime Sunday at the 76 Classic.

Green collapsed after the game, had difficulty breathing and received attention from paramedics.

“As Jeremy was leaving the court following the game, he began to experience some dizziness and stomach pain due to exhaustion,” Stanford’s sports information department said in statement. “After receiving treatment at the arena, Jeremy was then transported to a local hospital for further treatment. Jeremy is currently in stable condition, and expected to travel back with the team later tonight.”

Anthony Brown added 14 points and Dwight Powell had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Cardinal (4-2), who ended a two-game losing streak.

Jimmy Drew came off the bench to score a season-high 17 points for the Blue Demons (1-4), who lost their third consecutive game. Brandon Young added 15 points.

Stanford took a 71-67 lead in overtime before Young’s layup and free throw narrowed the margin to 71-70 with 2:31 left. Powell then made four three throws during a 6-0 spurt that extended the lead to 77-70 with 59 seconds remaining, and the Cardinal held on for the win.

Updated November 28, 2010

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  • JeanSC

    So, it was only ONE Blue Demon who was defeated? Who there needs a refresher course in the use of the apostrophe?

  • DMLawyer

    “DePaul brought the Standford ”

    Who is doing the proof reading on this site ?

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