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Rested Gonzaga entertains Pacific squad coming off blowout loss

The Bulldogs (14-0, 5-0 WCC) have had a week to rest and fine-tune after their closest conference win thus far, 73-59, over Saint Mary’s. The Tigers (5-2, 2-1) join BYU and Pepperdine as one-loss WCC teams behind GU, but they’re licking their wounds after a disappointing night in Malibu.

Washington snaps 8-game skid, topples Colorado 84-80

Marcus Tsohonis scored a career-high 27 off the bench, Erik Stevenson added 17 points before fouling out, and Washington picked up its first conference win of the season beating Colorado 84-80 on Wednesday night.

Former Gonzaga big man Jeremy Eaton brings toughness, positive outlook to cancer battle

This is how Jeremy Eaton recounted his first doctor’s appointment in 10 years:Dec. 15: “The doctor starts pushing across my abdomen and says, ‘You have a CT scan at 9 a.m.’ I’m like, ‘Why, I don’t feel that bad,’ thinking this is going to cost me a couple grand.”Dec. 16: “Next morning, get the results. She says, ‘You have stage four rectal cancer and it’s moved into your liver, kidney and lungs.’“I just looked at her and said, ‘You’re kidding me.’“And I said, ‘Am I dead?’

NCAA announces tighter schedule for March Madness

That much-anticipated opening Thursday of March Madness will belong to the play-in teams, part of a scrambled and modestly condensed schedule for the 2021 tournament released Tuesday.