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Card Clicks: Stanford Men Lose Lead at OSU, Women Roll at Home

Jeremy Green scored 24 points and Aaron Bright matched a career-high with 15, but Stanford let a double-digit lead slip away in an 87-80 loss at Oregon State. | Mercury News

The Cardinal's fourth straight loss guarantees it will finish with a losing conference record for the third consecutive year. | Daily Axe

The OSU bench outscored Stanford's 42-29. | Building the Dam

The No. 2 Stanford women's basketball team clinched at least a share of its 11th consecutive Pac-10 regular season title with a 73-37 rout of Oregon State. | Stanford Daily

"We're an orchestra," head coach Tara VanDerveer said. "But we had a nice solo from Sarah Boothe (16 points). She really finished inside." | Mercury News

Andrew Luck has secured a $5 million insurance policy through the NCAA and will add to it when the NFL approves a new CBA. | The Sporting News

Stanford will remain committed to character, cruelty, and physical play under new head coach David Shaw. "At the end of the day we're going to get off the bus running power," offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton said. | Mercury News

Ted Miller looks at how the teams in the Pac-12 stacked up in terms of long running plays in 2010. | Pac-10 Blog

The No. 8 Stanford baseball team (3-1) opens a three-game series against No. 3 Vanderbilt (5-0) today in Nashville. You can listen to all three games on KZSU. | Stanford Daily