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Gonzaga rewind: On possibility of Baylor reschedule and zeroes in loss column

The mind tends to wander sometimes when Gonzaga is dismantling another WCC opponent. Such was the case Saturday as the top-ranked Bulldogs thrashed Pacific 95-49 at the McCarthey Athletic Center, prompting two familiar topics – the chances of finding room to reschedule Baylor and the growing possibility of the Zags running the regular-season table – to resurface in post-game Zoom interviews.

Analysis: Gonzaga dominates from start to finish, routs Pacific 95-49

The Bulldogs, who really don’t need much assistance to light up the scoreboard, took full advantage and put another opponent in a huge first-half hole. Gonzaga led by 26 midway through the first half and cruised to a 95-49 victory Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center.

Highlights: Gonzaga 95, Pacific 49

Drew Timme scored 22 points, Jalen Suggs nearly had a triple-double and No. 1 Gonzaga made quick work of Pacific for a 95-49 victory Saturday night at McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.

Rested Gonzaga entertains Pacific squad coming off blowout loss

The Bulldogs (14-0, 5-0 WCC) have had a week to rest and fine-tune after their closest conference win thus far, 73-59, over Saint Mary’s. The Tigers (5-2, 2-1) join BYU and Pepperdine as one-loss WCC teams behind GU, but they’re licking their wounds after a disappointing night in Malibu.