A GRIP ON SPORTS • You love Fridays? You're not alone. It might be everyone's favorite day of the week. We like it as well, but for a different reason – at least this time of year. There are a bunch of college basketball games to read about. And other things. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Honestly, I didn't have anything for today. So I opened the mail, realized there are lots of bills to be paid and decided I better come up with something. There is nothing like worry to provide a little motivation. Read on.
Gary Bell Jr.'s career is winding down and the senior from Kent, Wash., reflected on his four years earlier this week. Here's my feature on Bell that ran in today's S-R. And here's a glance at GU's games this week.
Every morning I wade through my email and there is usually a handful of Gonzaga-related articles. That number tends to grow in February and March, when the Zags find there way into national discussions debating whether they're for real or not, whether they're built for...
A GRIP ON SPORTS • After a quiet Tuesday, we can welcome you to your hump day with a cacophony of stories. There's a little from here, a little from there, a whole bunch about the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Add it all up, and it's a crowded day. Read on.
George “Jud” Heathcote is a nationally recognized Hall of Fame coach, who first cut his coaching teeth on the high school courts of Spokane. Heathcote, a native of North Dakota, moved to western Washington at a young age after the death of his father.
It's rivalry week at Washington State and the Cougars will try to sweep the regular-season series with the Huskies for the first time since the 2010-11 season. But first we have to put yesterday's game to bed.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • I hitched a ride to Pullman yesterday, heading down with basketball play-by-play announcer Bud Nameck to grab a glance at the Cougars. Maybe it wasn't the best day to see how far they've come this season. Read on.