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The second-winningest player in Gonzaga history was in attendance for the Bulldogs’ 92-62 thrashing of the San Francisco Dons on Thursday night.
There are rulebooks, and coin flips to decide who kicks off, and the once-a-game center jump to, well, keep things fair. But in the bigger sense, there’s no fairness doctrine in sports.
There was that point late in the first half when Gonzaga took balanced offense to an extreme.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 94-46 victory over Saint Mary’s at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
The way Gonzaga has been playing lately, it was a good thing Sean Farnham was in Spokane to broadcast the Saint Mary’s game for ESPN2.
Brandon Clarke scored 24 points and added three more blocks to his season total as No. 4 Gonzaga thumped rival Saint Mary’s 94-46 on Saturday at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane.
No. 4 Gonzaga had five scorers in double figures and shot 58.3% from the field while stymieing Saint Mary's to 25.9% shooting along with just one assist and 11 turnovers.
Gonzaga has motored through the first nine games of its WCC schedule, compiling a historic winning margin along the way.
Jordan Ford, the latest from Saint Mary’s assembly line of quality guards, leads the WCC in scoring at 22.1 points, but that doesn’t tell the entire story. The speedy 6-foot-1 junior is highly efficient with shooting percentages of 50.5 on field goals, 43.8 on 3-pointers and 81 on free throws.