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A major Battle in Seattle

SEATTLE – North Carolina is ranked No. 1, but not necessarily in the unofficial Mark Few poll of big, tough, hard-nosed college basketball teams. His vote would probably go to Connecticut.

Zags coast past TSU

Before the Battle in Seattle, the Blizzard in Spokane. Fans – at least 4,500 of the usual sellout 6,000 – dug themselves out of the drifts to get to McCarthey Athletic Center on Thursday night to see more of what they’d been experiencing outside.

Loss drops Zags

Gonzaga’s 69-64 loss to Arizona on Sunday cost the team several spots in the polls on Monday. North Carolina, Connecticut and Pittsburgh remained in the top three spots, but GU dropped from No. 4 to No. 7 in the USA Today coaches poll and from No. 4 to No. 8 in the Associated Press poll.

Zags sag in clutch

PHOENIX – The Gonzaga Bulldogs had won with big first halves, won with big second halves, won on the road, won after spending most of a big lead and won comfortably against quality opposition. What the Bulldogs hadn’t done yet this young season is win a game that came down to the last couple minutes, when each possession takes on added importance.

Bulldogs run away in 2nd half

PULLMAN – It can happen that quickly. In a little more than a minute early in the second half, just 76 seconds in fact, Gonzaga showed Washington State what Eastern Washington’s best team is this season – and then just kept emphasizing the point.

Blanchette: Gonzaga beats WSU at own game

PULLMAN – This sort of thing was supposed to be history when football season ended. OK, Washington State didn’t get beat by 60 on Wednesday night.