March 20, 2007
STANFORD, Calif. (AP)— Stanford had the pedigree, the experience and the home court.
None of that mattered to Florida State.
“We saw on ESPN, from point one they knew Stanford was coming out (of this bracket),” Tanae Davis-Cain said. “But as underdogs, we don’t care about TV. We play hard for ourselves. Once we saw the brackets come out, we knew we’d get Stanford. This was payback.”
Stanford got shocked right out of the NCAA tournament on its home floor again.
Alicia Gladden scored the final seven points of an 11-0 run that frustrated the Cardinal and sent Florida State to the first second-round win in school history, 68-61 on Monday night.
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