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Gonzaga’s unique success has proven ‘impossible’ to replicate elsewhere

The national title game would have been held Monday, and Gonzaga had hoped, as it does every year, to cut down the nets to claim its first national championship in men’s basketball. But even without such a victory to stamp its legacy, its stamp is found in more and more places across the country as its coaches and players try to bring tenets of the Gonzaga Way to other programs.

Coeur d’Alene newspaper carrier trapped by passing snowplow

A funny thing happened to Jamie Sedlmeyer and her boyfriend, Les, while delivering papers at Coeur d'Alene Place early this morning. They got plowed in. We're not talking about being plowed in while they were in a driveway, tossing newspapers to sleeping customers. They were plowed in WHILE driving on the street.

GU notes: Bulldogs battle during spirited Monday practices

The Seattle Seahawks have “Competition Wednesdays,” when the first-team offense tangles with the first-team defense. Gonzaga doesn’t have a catchy nickname for its Monday practices but the premise is similar.

Broncos sweeten contract, keep Rice

Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice will not be Washington State’s next coach. Rice will receive a $100,000 salary increase as past of an agreement to revisions on his current contract, BSU athletic director Mark Coyle announced on Saturday.

Cougars interview BSU’s Rice

PULLMAN – Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice has interviewed for the vacant coaching position at Washington State, The Spokesman-Review has learned. The interview was conducted earlier this week. Rice was out of the office on Wednesday.

Leon Rice interviews for WSU job

Boise State men’s basketball coach Leon Rice has interviewed for the vacant coaching position at Washington State University, The Spokesman-Review has learned.

Washington State basketball hire will happen before NCAA title game

PULLMAN – Members of the Washington State men’s basketball team returned from spring break on Monday and still don’t know who will be coaching them next season after Ken Bone’s dismissal.  Former assistant coach Curtis Allen has been tasked with keeping the machinery running as interim coach while athletic director Bill Moos searches for Bone’s replacement.  Moos told KXLY 920’s Bud Nameck on Monday that he expects the search to be over within 10-14 days, and that he believes it is important to have the new coach in place before the end of the NCAA tournament, which holds its championship game on April 6.