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Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - Page updated at 11:45 p.m.

Stanford’s Anthony Brown, left, rises for a shot as Washington’s Darin Johnson guards during Wednesday night’s game.

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Stanford’s Anthony Brown, left, rises for a shot as Washington’s Darin Johnson guards during Wednesday night’s game. Read story

UPDATE - 11:44 PM

Stanford proves too much for Huskies, who play first game minus Robert Upshaw

Stanford takes advantage inside against UW — which played without dismissed 7-footer Robert Upshaw — and secures 84-74 victory after leading by as many as 26.

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