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Gonzaga releases full television schedule for regular season

Head coach Mark Few addresses the crowd during Kraziness in the Kennel on Saturday. (Libby Kamrowski / The Spokesman-Review)
Head coach Mark Few addresses the crowd during Kraziness in the Kennel on Saturday. (Libby Kamrowski / The Spokesman-Review)

Gonzaga on Monday announced its full television schedule for the upcoming men’s basketball season.

The Zags will appear on ESPN networks 16 times, including a non-conference showdown with Tennessee in Phoenix on Dec. 9. Fifteen of GU’s 31 regular-season games will be aired on KHQ, SWX, KAYU or ROOT.

Gonzaga’s exhibition game against Central Washington on Nov. 1 will be aired on KHQ. The season opener against Idaho State on Nov. 6 will be available on KHQ and ROOT. FOX will televise GU’s road game against Creighton on Dec. 1.

The Gonzaga-Texas Southern game on Nov. 10 will be televised locally/regionally, but the station hasn’t been determined. The start time hasn’t been set for the regular-season finale against Saint Mary’s in Moraga.

The WCC Tournament will be televised on ESPN networks March 7-12.

Every WCC conference game will be televised on a national or regional basis, and/or produced for broadcast on TheW.tv, the conference’s digital network.

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