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The Lumberjacks will visit the McCarthey Athletic Center on Dec. 12. Gonzaga now has home dates lined up with Tarleton State on Dec. 8, NAU and Dixie State on Dec. 29.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • So who you got? In the Washington State quarterback derby, of course. It’s getting down to it and the Cougars, according to coach Nick Rolovich, have chosen a starter who is getting the bulk of the work in the run-up to the season. The starter is still a secret, however, outside of practice. So who do you think it is?
It’s preseason awards season and Drew Timme became the second Gonzaga Bulldog in two days to receive All-American recognition.
Former Gonzaga Bulldogs David Stockton and Angel Nunez have signed with the Guaynabo Mets, the professional team in Puerto Rico announced.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Let’s get this out of the way at the start. There is no hangover here. No champagne flowed in the living room last night after the Dodgers, the team of my youth (and now, old age), won their first World Series title since my youngest was in diapers.
When the land called her home, Chandler Smith didn’t think twice.
Gonzaga senior wing Corey Kispert was named to CBS Sports’ preseason All-America first team.
The Zags on Monday learned that ESPN had pulled the plug on their season-opening tournament in Orlando. Gonzaga bounced back with plans to face Kansas on Nov. 25 in a four-team event in Fort Myers, Florida,
There is no sure thing in college basketball – especially this year – but based on past performance, the Gonzaga women are as close as it gets.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Some days, news comes at you in unexpected ways. Thank goodness, yesterday wasn’t one of those days.
The West Coast Conference recently announced its 16-game conference schedule featuring eight home and eight road games. That’s obviously still on the table, but reports surfaced in the last few days that the conference is also considering a bubble-type atmosphere in Las Vegas.
The Zags face another major scheduling revision after ESPN announced Monday it has scuttled plans to hold 10 network-sponsored tournaments in Orlando from late November into early December.
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.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There was no way anyone, or any team, was going to harsh my mellow, as The Dude might say. Which is why the end of the Seahawks’ game passed by without a second glance. Not with the Dodgers a game away from a World Series title.
Spokesman-Review's Jim Meehan sits down with us to discuss Gonzaga's season as they head into uncharted waters with COVID-19.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Let’s keep this short and sour, shall we? After all, you want to get to the NFL on a Sunday in which the Seahawks play the day’s final game. That leaves all of the daylight hours to watch RedZone, snack and prepare yourself for whatever happens in the Phoenix area tonight.
Celebrate Mark Few's legendary career at Gonzaga while you celebrate the holidays this December by pre-ordering The Spokesman-Review's new book, "Lasting Mark: Coach Mark Few's legendary career with Gonzaga basketball."
"Coach (Mark) Few always says it, there’s this huge learning curve that you have to go through,” senior forward Corey Kispert said.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Not sure if we are going to get snowed under this afternoon – the forecast calls for 3-to-5 inches of the stuff and it’s only late October – but I do know this: we were snowed under by the amount of stories available to link this morning.
The Zags will hold Kraziness on Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. No fans will be permitted at the McCarthey Athletic Center due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Kraziness will be televised live on KHQ.