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Nationwide, universities are increasingly complicit in problems caused by alcohol both during and after graduation.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is no way we are going to watch NFL football on a Thursday night. Nope, no chance. Wait, Gardner Minshew is playing? Where’s the remote?
Chet Holmgren, a skilled 7-foot center from Minneapolis who recently moved up to No. 2 in 247sports.com’s class of 2021 rankings, plans on visiting Gonzaga on Saturday, Oct. 5, for Kraziness in the Kennel,
The WCC announced an extension with ESPN through the 2027 season and a new multiyear arrangement with CBS Sports Network that debuts this season.
It’s another marquee matchup for Gonzaga basketball, but this one won’t go down in the win-loss column. Gonzaga and Michigan State, which will likely be No. 1 in the AP preseason rankings, will square off in a closed scrimmage for the second straight season.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • It seems like a good day to hit a bunch of subjects really quickly. So we will. Welcome to Tuesday. I hope at some point there will be tacos.
Gonzaga could enjoy some home cooking in the NCAA Tournament, according to a couple of early bracket projections with the season opener about 50 days away.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Welcome to Sunday morning and the NF ... wait. It’s only Saturday? My bad. A Friday night Washington State football game has thrown me off a bit. Let’s look back at that – and ahead to a Saturday filled with college football.
Paolo Banchero, considered a top-five recruit in the 2021 class, has Gonzaga among his top nine schools.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • When the high school football schedules started to appear on the radar, there was only one game we thought we shouldn’t miss. Then we realized it was on the same night as Washington State’s game in Houston. Not good.
About the only thing Hurricane Dorian didn’t destroy or damage was Quentin Hall’s spirit. “All I can say is I’m alive and well,” the Bahamas native said in a telephone interview Wednesday. “You know me, I’m a real upbeat person.”
A GRIP ON SPORTS • This is supposed to be the quiet time of college football’s workweek. It isn’t. All thanks to a couple of major decisions.
The University of Washington and Gonzaga University are expanding their health sciences partnership in Spokane after both universities announced they will move several programs to a new $60 million building.
Gonzaga University is in the top 20% nationally according to the 2020 U.S. News and World Report rankings, and ranked nationally for the first time ever. Whitworth University placed third regionally.
Kyle Wiltjer heated up late and Kevin Pangos never got untracked as Canada closed the FIBA World Cup with an 82-76 loss to Germany.
The advent of the automobile may have hollowed out downtowns, but the author of “Strong Towns” says it is possible to reclaim a city if it is willing to give up some short-term economic benefits, such as parking lots.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Look, we’re always ready for #Pac12AfterDark. But when Mother Nature gets involved and turns it into #Pac12EarlyMorning, forgetaboutit. Nothing good happens after midnight, except maybe to the occasional California kicker.
If Gonzaga University still played football would young catechism students be confused about the origins of the “Hail Mary” pass?
Canada entered its name in the FIBA World Cup record book Saturday with the help of a couple of former Gonzaga standouts.
Tommy Orange is coming back to Spokane. The celebrated author of “There There” will be part of the 2019-20 Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series. His visit is planned for Feb. 4, less than 10 months after he was here for Eastern Washington University’s Get Lit festival.