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Fifteen seasons back, the Gonzaga Bulldogs clinched the West Coast Conference regular season title on Feb. 14, something akin to sinking the 8-ball with five of the other guy’s targets still on the table.
The fourth-ranked Zags notched their 13th straight win with another solid all-around performance, but this one was more impressive in one sense: Gonzaga took apart San Francisco, a team considered to be on the NCAA Tournament bubble team, 92-62 on Thursday in front of 6,000 at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Gonzaga is just more than 75 percent of the way through its season, yet Brandon Clarke has found himself at the top of the Bulldogs’ single-season record books with 74 blocks.
The first two games between fourth-ranked Gonzaga and the University of San Francisco haven’t been within single digits. Close, maybe not, but intense? That’s for sure.
Key moment, Offensive MVP and Defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 92-60 victory over San Francisco at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Brandon Clarke notched a double-double of 20 points and 16 rebounds in a record-breaking performance as No. 4 Gonzaga thumped San Francisco 92-62 on Thursday in the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Brandon Clarke moved into the No. 1 spot in Gonzaga history for blocks in a single season as the Bulldogs grabbed their 13th-straight win, 92-62 over San Francisco
It was the only game in doubt in the closing minutes during Gonzaga’s 12-game winning streak.
The first Gonzaga-San Francisco matchup didn’t disappoint and neither did the Josh Perkins-Frankie Ferrari matchup.