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Nine of Gonzaga’s 16 West Coast Conference regular-season games will be televised on ESPN networks, the conference announced.
Zach Wilson threw for 359 yards and two touchdowns and Tyler Allgeier rushed for 123 yards and a pair of scores as No. 9 BYU routed No. 21 Boise State 51-17 on Friday night in Boise.
Gonzaga’s selection as preseason favorites to win the WCC – one of the annual rites of fall – is back for the 19th time in the last 20 seasons.
The Zags will face San Francisco on Jan. 2 at the McCarthey Athletic Center, two days after USF-San Diego and BYU-Pepperdine stage conference openers.
Gonzaga closed the season at No. 2 in the final AP college basketball poll, adding to another streak in its burgeoning collection.
According to SportsLine’s simulations of every tournament game, Gonzaga was in for another magical tournament run but another finish one win shy of its ultimate goal.
Gonzaga’s Mark Few made the list of semifinalists for the Naismith coach of the year award.
Mark Few isn’t one to go overboard with excessive praise, but this season’s squad drove him to it following an 86-76 win over Saint Mary’s in the regular-season finale that capped a 29-2 regular season.
Gonzaga’s Killian Tillie is one of five finalists for the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award.
This season? Gonzaga (27-2, 13-1 WCC) is on pace for another outright conference title, but there doesn’t appear to be any locks as far as projecting individual awards winners. The Zags could literally sweep again or even get shut out, though neither of those scenarios seems likely.
Thanks to an upset-filled Saturday that included the Bulldogs falling to BYU 91-78, Gonzaga slipped just one spot to No. 3 in Monday’s AP Top 25.
The Zags (27-2) preferred to point the blame inward in the latest Gonzaga rewind.
Killian Tillie recognized exactly what No. 23 BYU did to No. 2 Gonzaga in a 91-78 upset Saturday night. It was roughly the same thing Gonzaga did to the Cougars last month in Spokane in a 23-point win.
Offensive MVP, defensive MVP and key matchup from BYU’s 91-78 win at the Marriott Center in Provo, Utah.
The upsets kept coming Saturday, as the Nos. 1 (Baylor), 2 (Gonzaga) and 4 (San Diego State) teams all fell.
Top-ranked Baylor lost to Kansas 64-61 on Saturday, snapping the Bears’ 23-game winning streak and opening the door for a new No. 1 on Monday. Will it be No. 2 Gonzaga or No. 3 Kansas that steps into the top spot?
Yoeli Childs had 28 points and 10 rebounds and the No. 23 BYU Cougars took down the No. 2 Gonzaga Bulldogs 91-78 at the Marriott Center on Saturday night.
There are road games and then there are road games in settings that the visiting head coach calls “electric” and home head coach predicts will be “sheer insanity.”
BYU played quite well without Yoeli Childs, but there’s no question the Cougars are a different – and better – team with the talented senior forward.
T.J. Haws scored 28 points and added nine assists to help No. 23 BYU hold off Santa Clara for a 85-75 victory on Thursday night in Provo, Utah.