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Gonzaga’s Mark Few on players’ families attending home games: ‘It’s going to be very big’

It’s been a season filled with schedule changes, game-time changes and COVID-19 protocols putting a full-court press on players being able to enjoy a customary college experience.Finally, a change that Gonzaga players and coaches can fully embrace. For the first time this season, players’ families will be permitted to watch in person in the McCarthey Athletic Center when the top-ranked Bulldogs entertain rival Saint Mary’s on Thursday.

Gonzaga back on the road to face San Francisco

The rematch is Saturday afternoon at 3 at War Memorial Gym. If it’s not a program first, it probably should be: Gonzaga is about to play its fifth consecutive WCC road game during this atypical college basketball season.

Gonzaga rewind: Scoring math adds up for Corey Kispert

San Francisco chose the option of limiting Corey Kispert’s 3-point looks and the senior wing gave the Dons a heavy dose of his all-around game. The Dons probably won’t be the last to try that tactic, but Kispert is proving there’s much more to his game than a silky 3-point stroke.

Analysis: Gonzaga breaks open tight game in a hurry, routs San Francisco 85-62

This one looked like most of Gonzaga’s other easy victories so far this season. It didn’t feel like it for most of the first half, particularly when San Francisco closed within three points with just over one minute remaining. Those final 70 seconds offered a clear illustration of just how small the margin for error is for opponents hoping to hand the top-ranked Zags their first loss.