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Seasoned players pace Gonzaga in Kraziness in the Kennel scrimmage

Gonzaga’s Kraziness in the Kennel scrimmage – often ragged but packed with numerous examples of the team’s considerable potential – had just finished when coach Mark Few noticed his players milling around on the court. He reminded them of the Zags’ post-practice/game tradition of huddling at center court and acknowledging the fans, in this case the 6,000-plus Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Gonzaga forward Killian Tillie sidelined after undergoing knee surgery

Gonzaga forward Killian Tillie has been bitten by the injury bug again. The senior forward is sidelined for an unspecified amount of time after undergoing a “knee procedure” Thursday, according to a school release. A source confirmed Tillie had surgery to “clean up” in his knee, so it’s apparently not something too serious.

WATCH: Kraziness In The Kennel

Tonight was a night filled with basketball and excitement as the Gonzaga Bulldogs celebrated their 2019 Kraziness In The Kennel. With a hyped Gonzaga Men's Team and excited fans, it was a perfect showcase!

Kraziness in the Kennel 2019

Kraziness in the Kennel took place Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The event featured player and coaching staff introductions, a skills competition, three-point contest and dunk contest. A team scrimmage concluded the action.

A Grip on Sports: The Seahawks, led by Russell Wilson’s exceptional play, had those watching at home hollering at their television sets

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s been just less than 80 years since the first televised NFL game, a battle between the Philadelphia Eagles and, get this, the Brooklyn Dodgers. I wonder if the folks watching the contest in New York yelled at their TV sets. It seems to be one of the game’s endearing traditions. And it certainly happened all over the Northwest last night.