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January 24, 2013 in Sports
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ABOVE: Rack the halls of your brain for the answer to question No. 2 about whose missed shot let to the celebration above in 1999.

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ABOVE: Which Bulldogs player did 3D these glasses promote? FAR RIGHT: Martin Centre floor saw its final basket in 2005. NEAR RIGHT: Who is ex-GU high scorer pictured?

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ABOVE: John Stockton has his jersey number retired in February 2004. Who wore No. 12 at GU before Stockton?

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ABOVE, NEAR LEFT: One of at least 10 pairs of brothers to play at Gonzaga. This brotherly pair was one of two to play for the Bulldogs in the 1980s. BELOW: This is the only former Zag to hold a Division-I men’s basketball head coaching job.

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RIGHT: The shortest player in Gonzaga Bulldogs history, measuring a mere 5-foot-8. BELOW: The tallest player in Zags’ annals, measuring a whopping 7-foot-5.

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18. (RIGHT): Jean Claude Lefebvre, the 7-foot-3 Frenchman and Gonzaga’s first international player, was featured in Life magazine for, among other things, the size of his feet. How big were they?