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‘Few Good Men’ appears to have spot in The Tournament

In this file photo, Ex-Zags’ Dan Dickau (21) and Blake Stepp (10), shown in a 2002 WCC Tournament game, are in their second year with Few Good Men participating in The Basketball Tournament. (Denis Poroy / Associated Press)
In this file photo, Ex-Zags’ Dan Dickau (21) and Blake Stepp (10), shown in a 2002 WCC Tournament game, are in their second year with Few Good Men participating in The Basketball Tournament. (Denis Poroy / Associated Press)

Few Good Men, a team featuring several ex-Zags, finished eighth in the West Region fan voting and appears to have reserved a spot in The Basketball Tournament.

An article on the TBT website noted Few Good Men had a strong late push but that all vote totals are pending review.

The Tournament is a 64-team, $2 million winner-take-all event that begins in July. Few Good Men’s roster includes Dan Dickau, Blake Stepp, Steven Gray, Mike Hart, Jeremy Pargo and his older brother Jannero, an Arkansas graduate.

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