NCAA Basketball Highlights: Syracuse 69 – Stanford 63

11/25/2011

NEW YORK, NY (11/25/11) – Syracuse closed the game on a 15-3 run to beat Stanford 69-63 Friday afternoon in the final of the NIT Season Tip-Off at Madison Square Garden.

The Orange (6-0) trailed Stanford (5-1) throughout much of the game, but rallied late thanks to hot shooting in the final four minutes, when they hit all 5 shots from the field.

Dave Sims and Alaa Abdelnaby called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Aaron Bright’s 3-pt FG gives Stanford a 25-21 lead)

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(Anthony Brown’s tip slam makes it 52-45 Stanford)

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(C.J. Fair gets Syracuse to within 2 with a spectacular layup)

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(Dion Waiters gets the hoop and the foul to put the Orange up 3)

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(C.J. Fair’s postgame interview)

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(Postgame recap from Westwood One’s Dave Sims and Alaa Abdelnaby)

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