TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 2015

MONDAY, JAN. 26, 2015




Hawks' sendoff was impressive 

A GRIP ON SPORTS • That noise you hear in the background is the Super Bowl hype machine warming up. It began to turn over yesterday in Phoenix as the Seahawks arrived in town. Today the Patriots touch down and the machine will be going full blast. Read on.

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SUNDAY, JAN. 25, 2015



Day after Pacific

Gonzaga reached the halfway point of the WCC season following a 91-60 rout of Pacific last night. The Zags are 9-0, one game in front of Saint Mary’s. Here’s my game story and S-R photos. More from last night’s game in my day-after post below

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SATURDAY, JAN. 24, 2015






FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 2015




Day after Saint Mary's

You know the drill: my game story, John Blanchette’s column and Colin Mulvany’s photos. More from AP, NBCsports.com and the San Jose Mercury-News. Onward for my day-after Saint Mary’s post.

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We hold these truths to be self-evident

A GRIP ON SPORTS • A few things seemed pretty obvious yesterday. The NFL must have a camera on Marshawn Lynch every second he's on the field. Hitting a guy illegally in the head – and possibly ending his career – is barely a bigger deal to the league than grabbing your crotch. Someone is lying in New England. And, football aside, we're still pretty

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THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 2015

GU wears down Saint Mary's, 68-47

Gonzaga routed its closest WCC pursuer by 21 points Thursday. The 68-47 victory over visiting Saint Mary's leaves GU (19-1, 8-0 WCC) alone in first place. The Gaels (15-4, 7-1) dropped into second. The 47 points matched their season low (a 53-47 loss to St....

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