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Zags are homebound

As long as Gonzaga can stay in the NCAA Women's Tournament they don't have to leave home until it's time to head to the Final Four.

Of course, they would probably have to pull off four upsets as well, but their chances have to be better at home. They're obviously happy about the opportunity, judging by Colin Mulvany's photo.

Here's our story about the draw. We're working on a few other things. Hopefully we'll get back to you later, if not, I'll dedicate my afternoon to providing information (the morning is committed to high school track).

Idaho got in a tournament as well.

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