Allen, Randle spark Stanford men to upset of No. 21 Washington

Marcio Jose Sanchez/APStanford's Chasson Randle celebrates after a first-half dunk against Washington on Sunday.

Marcio Jose Sanchez/APStanford's Chasson Randle celebrates after a first-half dunk against Washington on Sunday.

STANFORD — Rosco Allen hit a key 3-pointer in overtime after missing all six of his free throws in regulation, Chasson Randle's driving layin with 2.2 seconds left sent the game into overtime, and Stanford spoiled No. 21 Washington's Bay Area trip with a 68-60 victory Sunday night.

Robert Upshaw missed a pair of free throws for Washington (11-3, 0-2 Pac-12) with 40.2 seconds remaining in OT and the Huskies failed to score a field goal in the extra 5 minutes after a pair of 28-point halves by each team.

Anthony Brown made one of two free throws with 39 seconds to go on the way to 16 points and Nigel Williams-Goss immediately double-dribbled on the other end.

Randle made another layin with 9 seconds left and wound up with 24 points and became the school's career leader in 3-pointers.

Stanford (10-3, 2-0) won its fourth straight and held off another ranked team in overtime after a 74-71 win at then-No. 9 Texas on Dec. 23.

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