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.
Gonzaga’s Guy Landry Edi, right, snags a rebound away from the arms of West Virginia’s Deniz Kilicli.
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.
Gonzaga’s Kevin Pangos, right, tries to discourage West Virginia’s Juwan Staten on the pull-up jumper.
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.
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.
Gonzaga’s Elias Harris, below, blows past West Virginia’s Deniz Kilicli on the drive.
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.