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March 22, 2011

Spring Break Stanford Videos

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By The Daily Axe Staff
The Andy and Landry Show

Following the unexpected popularity of a couple of video posts we threw up during Finals Week of Fall Quarter and a recent flurry of amusing, Stanford-related videos around the internet, we’re bringing back the YouTube-click-a-thon-style post.

First off, a recent MSG (the network that carries Knicks games) promo featuring Landry Fields ’10:

(We can’t embed the above video into this post, so you can view it by clicking the image or clicking here.)

Followed by a comedic remix of Stanford-Oregon highlights by The Solid Verbal, an independent college football podcast and website you should check out:

Another Landry Fields video, this time with fellow Knicks rookie Andy Rautins as the two attempt to take on Broadway:

ESPN’s highlights from Stanford’s Round of 32 victory over St. John’s on Monday:

Well, yes, this is another Landry video, but it’s officially gone viral since its initial release last month, and considering that we should be talking a lot about Stanford men’s basketball this time of year, we’ll have to compensate for no postseason by reveling in the NBA success of a former Cardinal:

Back when Johnny Dawkins had his team in the NCAA Tournament:

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