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Stanford returns to No. 1 in final AP poll  The Cardinal had been on top for 3 weeks before giving way to Saint Joseph's for one week Stanford crashes out with loss to Alabama
Stanford downs UCLA, improves to 15-0  Josh Childress returns to starting lineup, propels to easy 67-52 victory Stanford wins 17th straight  Childress had 17 points with a 62-48 victory over Oregon State Heave keeps Cardinal undefeated  Robinson hit a running 3-pointer from about 35 feet at the buzzer, and Stanford survived to defeat Arizona 80-77 Stanford knocks off archrival for 21st win  Little scored 16 points to lead Stanford to its school-record 21st straight victory, 69-58 Stanford replaces Duke at AP No. 1  Unbeaten Stanford replaced Duke at No. 1 in The Associated Press men's college basketball poll Stanford rallies past USC  Childress scored a career-high 36 points for school-record 22nd consecutive victory 76-67 Stanford stays perfect with 23th win  The top-ranked Cardinal defeated UCLA 73-60 to remain undefeated and improved to 14-0 in the Pac-10 Stanford routs Oregon for 24th victory  Childress is scoring 12 points in school-record 24th straight victory, 73-47 Stanford routs Oregon for 25th win  Josh Childress had 29 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 blocks, and Stanford won 76-55 Washington ends undefeated dreams

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  The top-ranked lost for the first time this season, falling 75-62
  Grunfeld missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Cardinal became the first No. 1 seed to exit the NCAA, 70-67

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  The University is considering whether to send hunters into the hills surrounding the campus
May.20 Little Boy Gets Heart Transplant May.21 Warriors give Montgomery 4-year deal
  Mike Montgomery, 57, left Stanford after 18 seasons as head coach to become the new coach of the Golden State Warriors
May.24 Johnson hired to replace Montgomery  Stanford will hire Nevada's Trent Johnson, a former assistant under Montgomery, as the new men's basketball coach

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Jul.15 Venus reaches quarters  Top seed advanced to the quarterfinals of the Bank of the West Classic with a 6-1 6-1 victory over Lee-Waters

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Aug.21 University ranked 5th in nation

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Sep.25 No. 1 USC rallies to fend off Stanford
  USC went to halftime trailing, down by 11 points and stung by an 82-yard run, to win, 31-28 Sep.29 Professor awarded MacArthur Fellowship

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Oct.4 Sex offenses up at University
Oct.12 Hit with 480-volt at Linear Accelerator Oct.21 $5.5 million for environmental studies

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Nov.8 Man struck and killed on Caltrain tracks
Nov.9 Allegedly bilked University out of $1.5m  Peter Trinca, 54, has been charged with grand theft in connection with his employment at Stanford copy center Nov.20 No. 4 Cal routs Stanford 41-6  J.J. Arrington ran for 169 yards to set Cal single-season rushing record and the Bears stays on track for Rose Bowl trip Nov.30 Buddy Teevens fired  Athletic Director Leland has decided to look for a new football coach. Teevens was going 4-7 this season

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Dec.12 Pittsburgh Coach Harris is Stanford's Pick
  Athletic director Ted Leland made the offer after meeting with the university's president and provost
Dec.28 Student Missing in Thailand  MBA student James Willis Hsu remains missing in Thailand, where he traveled to the island affected by the tsunami

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