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Spokesman-Review Zags beat reporter Jim Meehan and columnist John Blanchette break down Gonzaga's 4-point win over South Carolina in the Final Four of the NCAA tournament in Phoenix on Saturday, April 1, 2017.
So often, Przemek Karnowski causes concern to his opponents. He’s the big man putting pressure on the inside. He’s the one standing 1,000 feet high and blocking any offensive player who dares to drive through him.
Zach Collins and his roommate Nigel Williams-Goss had a chat before Saturday’s national semifinal against South Carolina.
Killian Tillie hung around the back end of the key. He looked down at the floor, took a breath and looked up at the scoreboard. The Zags were leading by only two, and Tillie needed to make the first shot to stop South Carolina.
They could have made it easy. They made it hard.
Gonzaga head coach Mark Few struggles to show emotion after wins.
Two juggernauts will go head-to-head on Monday, and with all due respect to the No. 1 seeds competing for a national championship, we’re not talking about the teams.
To foul or not to foul up three points in the waning moments of the game?
North Carolina is one game away from its sixth college basketball national championship after surviving a late rally in the final seconds against Oregon.
Nigel Williams-Goss’ final stat line won’t hint at it, but Gonzaga’s star redshirt junior guard received a scare when he rolled his right ankle while driving to the basket in the second half of the Bulldogs’ 77-73 win over South Carolina on Saturday.
Frank Martin’s South Carolina squad is a high-major school that finally crashed the dance. His opponent on Saturday was Gonzaga, a storied team in a conference otherwise not known for basketball.
Frank Martin sure gets some original postgame press conference questions.
You saw it. But Nick Russell heard it. He was one of the thousands of Zags fans making noise. A lot of noise. One of Spokane’s biggest days played itself out in a throbbing atmosphere of loud and louder.
The moderator informed media assembled in a large interview room: “Gonzaga has arrived.”
The key moment, offensive player of the game and defensive player of the game from Gonzaga’s 77-73 win over South Carolina on Saturday, April 1, 2017 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
As Sindarius Thornwell goes, so goes South Carolina. The senior guard’s importance to his team was especially obvious during Gonzaga’s 77-73 Final Four win on Saturday.
Whatever your feelings about Jim Nantz, you must admit one thing. The CBS play-by-play man can turn a phrase.
In the years before South Carolina ended its decade-long NCAA Tournament drought, the Gamecocks frequently found themselves down by a lot in the second halves of their games.
The games keep getting bigger. Gonzaga keeps getting better, particularly in crunch time.
Gonzaga center Przemek Karnowski has been forced to leave the Bulldogs’ Final Four matchup against South Carolina with a right eye injury.