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Gaels humble No. 21 Gonzaga

Good evening from McKeon Pavilion, which is about 15 degrees cooler than it was when the Gaels were busy crushing the visiting Bulldogs earlier Thursday evening.

Saint Mary's beat Gonzaga in every conceivable fashion. Outside, with Matthew Dellavedova's 26 points and the team's nine 3-pointers. Inside, with Brad Waldow and Mitchell Young combining for 29 points. On the drive, with Dellavedova handing out six assists and Stephen Holt maneuvering for 13 points, many on dribble penetration, and handing out six assists.

The Gaels handed GU an 83-62 setback, the largest WCC loss in Mark Few's 13 seasons as head coach at Gonzaga.

You can access my game story here and check back tomorrow for a day-after post.

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