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SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 2009

Gonzaga player Andrew Sorenson gets a bear hug from Steve Hertz, Director of Athletic Relations for Gonzaga after the Zags lost to Davidson, March 21, 2008 in Raleigh,NC.  Hertz thanked Sorenson for his enthusium.  DAN PELLE The Spokesman-Review (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

GU gets win, Sorenson gets scholarship 

Back with the game story, which I took in a different direction after post-game interviews. You'll see why below in the unedited version that will run in Sunday's S-R. Check back Sunday morning for a day-after post.(By the way, the photo that accompanies this post...

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Gonzaga moves to 3-0 in WCC 

Austin Daye scored a career-high 25 points as Gonzaga thumped San Francisco 85-51 on Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.Gonzaga, which led 43-29 at halftime, cruised to its third straight WCC victory. The Bulldogs (12-4, 3-0) have won by 17, 42 and 35 points in...

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Idaho drops 2nd straight

A short but dreary road trip for Idaho ended Saturday afternoon with a 74-63 loss at Louisiana Tech. Mac Hopson poured in 25 points for the Vandals, who were plagued by an assortment of blunders down the stretch and porous defense.For more, here's the release...

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WSU pulls away in the second half 20 

COUGARS Ernie Kent didn't stick around to see the end of WSU's 74-62 victory . He picked up two technicals within 2 minutes, 18 seconds from official Chris Rastatter and was ejected with 12:12 left. That was in the midst of a game-clinching 12-0 run....

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WSU leads 24-17 at the half 11 

COUGARS When did this game start? Was it early in the morning? Because at times it seemed like the teams were still asleep. There was one possession in which Oregon had three attempts, the last two without anyone challenging, as the Cougars just stood and...

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Joevan Catron (right) of Oregon is trapped by the defense of Robbie Cowgill of WSU during their game Thursday night at the PAC-10 tournament in Los Angeles.  CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON The Spokesman-Review (Christopher Anderson / The Spokesman-Review)

Ducks, fans ready to test WSU 

COUGARS How good is Oregon? Or, put another way, how bad are the Ducks? Is the five-loss Pac-10 start a product of their schedule or is this a team that will struggle all year with on-court deficiencies and off-court chemistry? Read on.

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