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Did Coach Trent Johnson's coaching lose that Stanford-UClA game tonight?

Original post made by Tom, Crescent Park, on Mar 6, 2008

I think so. Why in heaven names did he leave Robin Lopez on the bench in the final minutes of regular time THEN in overtime. Stanford needed those rebounds. Somebody explain this - if you can figure it out!! When the two were in at th same time, Stanford soared. So he had four fouls so what was he saving him for???

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