SUNDAY, FEB. 1, 2015

A trio of Tigers couldn’t keep Bulldogs forward Domantas Sabonis from scoring in the first half on Saturday. (Tyler Tjomsland)

Day after Memphis

I've got plans from 3-7 today so we'll get the day-after Memphis post out of the way early. Here's my game story and the fine photography of the S-R's Tyler Tjomsland. Read on.

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SATURDAY, JAN. 31, 2015

GU pounds Memphis, 82-64

It's a pretty common theme: GU's bigs were too much for the opponent, combining for 45 points and 24 boards in an 82-64 win over Memphis. More below in my unedited game story. Day-after post coming in the morning.

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Zags, Tigers collide at the MAC

Game day for Gonzaga and Memphis. It's one of the bigger games remaining in the regular season for GU in that Memphis carries an RPI of 79, trailing only Saint Mary's 53 and BYU's 61 of the Zags' upcoming opponents. Memphis is experiencing a down...

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Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett has been the go-to guy when the media wants the unburnished truth, including plenty of funny point-blank observations. (Associated Press)

There won't be presents for everybody

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It's sort of like Christmas Eve, isn't it? Sort of. Yes, tomorrow is the Super Bowl, when the Seahawks will attempt to win another title. But, unlike Christmas, a present isn't guaranteed. It could just be a lump of coal. Read on.

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FRIDAY, JAN. 30, 2015




THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 2015


Pangos sets 3-point record in GU win

Kevin Pangos had a milestone night while Gonzaga's defense did most of the heavy lifting in a 64-46 win over Portland on Thursday. Pangos connected on a 3-pointer with 15:30 left in the first half for the 289th of his career, easing past Blake Stepp's...

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