Gonzaga men take on West Virginia

November 12, 2012 11:58 p.m.  •  0 comments

In a hard fought, physical contest, the Gonzaga Bulldogs systematically shut down the West Virginia Mountaineers Monday, Nov. 12 in a non-conference game, winning 84-50.

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Gonzaga’s Kevin Pangos, left, and Gary Bell Jr., right, close off the lane against West Virginia’s Juwan Staten, who dishes it away.

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West Virginia Coach Bob Huggins, right, looks on in disgust as the calls go against the Mountaineers in the first half.

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Gonzaga’s Guy Landry Edi, right, snags a rebound away from the arms of West Virginia’s Deniz Kilicli.

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Gonzaga’s Guy Landry Edi, right, leans away from the lay-in and puts in a basket around the arms of West Virginia’s Keaton Miles.

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Gonzaga’s Kevin Pangos, right, tries to discourage West Virginia’s Juwan Staten on the pull-up jumper.

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Gonzaga Coach Mark Few shouts directions on defense against West Virginia’s Mountaineers but it was a lopsided contest from the start.

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Gonzaga’s Gary Bell Jr., center, is double-teamed by West Virginia’s Jabarie Hinds (4), left, and Aaric Murray (24) (cq) who deny him the basket.

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Gonzaga’s Sam Dower lowers his shoulder and bowls over West Virginia’s Kevin Noreen, but it’s Noreen that gets called for a foul in one of many calls that went for GU early in the game.

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Gonzaga’s Elias Harris, below, blows past West Virginia’s Deniz Kilicli on the drive.

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Gonzaga’s David Stockton, right, bowls over West Virginia’s Keaton Miles and gets called for a foul Monday, Nov. 12, 2012 at the McCarthey Athletic Center at GU.

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Gonzaga’s Elias Harris, above, and Guy Landry Edi, right, stop wrestling for the loose ball with West Virginia’s Kevin Noreen, left, when a whistle finally blows for the jump ball.

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