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NCAA moving entire men’s basketball tournament to Indiana, where Zags have unfinished business

The entire NCAA men's tournament will be held in Indiana, with the majority of the 67 games expected to be played in Indianapolis, the NCAA announced. That sparks good and not-so-good memories for top-ranked Gonzaga, which is well positioned thus far for a No. 1 seed. The Bulldogs defeated then No. 11 West Virginia 87-82 on Dec. 2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Three days later, the Gonzaga-Baylor showdown at the same venue was scrubbed about 80 minutes before tipoff a GU player and staff member tested positive for COVID-19.

Gonzaga debuts at No. 1 in NCAA’s NET rankings

Gonzaga added another No. 1 ranking to its resume Monday. The Zags debuted in the top spot in the NCAA Evaluation Tool, better known as the NET rankings. Baylor is No. 2, mirroring the top of the AP Top 25 and USA Today’s poll.

WATCH: Gonzaga ends non-conference play on high note beating Detroit Mercy

Gonzaga beat Detroit Mercy 93-72 to complete non-conference play 14-1. The Zags will start the WCC slate on Thursday at Portland. In this win over the Titans, head coach Mark Few gave freshman Drew Timme the nod at starting. Timme replaced Killian Tillie as the senior was out to get a little more rest before conference.

WATCH: Robert Sacre Is In The House

The man, the myth, the legend, Robert Sacre stopped by the station to talk all things Zags. With the Bulldogs headed to the Bahamas, Sacre had a lot to say about Mark Few, pumping iron, and sandy beaches!

WATCH: Zags use chip on their shoulder in rout of EWU

Gonzaga 84, EWU 44. The Gonzaga women's basketball team took down rival Eastern Washington 84-44 inside the Kennel on Friday night. Three players were in double figures. Full highlights and reactions here.