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Tillie’s Nike shoe malfunctioned with the Zags leading 63-56 against Florida State in the waning minutes. A small segment of the bottom sole of the shoe came loose and was “it was slipping.”
Josh Perkins’ record collection keeps growing. The senior point guard surpassed Matt Santangelo as the program’s single-season assists leader.
Seated eight rows behind the Bulldogs’ bench, Thayne McCulloh is just as nervous as the rest of the 1,000 or so people decked out in Gonzaga colors in the Honda Center.
If you couldn’t get one of Gonzaga’s players to admit before Thursday’s game that this hangover of shame was prominent in their thinking, you simply had to go to the next locker to get another Zag to confirm it.
Phil Cofer wasn’t on the floor with the Seminoles Thursday, but his Florida State teammates still made room for the redshirt senior prior to their Sweet 16 clash against Gonzaga.
Gonzaga pretty much did to Florida State on Thursday what the Seminoles did to the Zags a year ago in the NCAA Tournament.
Everything suggested Gonzaga would probably finish with a better 3-point clip than Florida State, that they’d beat the Seminoles in transition points and furnish a cleaner assist-to-turnover ratio.
Leading up to the game, the focus was on how Gonzaga would respond to the athleticism of Florida State. After all, the Zags were pushed around in last year’s Sweet 16 matchup, letting FSU control every inch of the hardwood.
Southern California and the occasion of the Sweet 16 lured a variety of celebrities to the Honda Center for Thursday’s games between Gonzaga and Florida State, and Michigan and Texas Tech.
Key moment, offensive MVP and defensive MVP from Gonzaga’s 72-58 victory over Florida State at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.
Last year, Florida State locked down Gonzaga’s offense and won by 15. Thursday night in Anaheim, Mark Few’s team turned the tables, winning 72-58 to head to the Elite Eight for the second time in three years.
Spokane resident Jim Kimmel, former owner of Kimmel Athletic Supply, and his son, Jimmy Kimmel Jr., are season ticket holders for Gonzaga basketball. Their names are printed on reserved seats in the arena.
Brandon Clarke had a double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds as top-seeded Gonzaga fended off fourth-seeded Florida State 72-58 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at the Honda Center.
As Gonzaga’s top-seeded basketball team marches through March Madness, the university has been a popular punch line for television host Jimmy Kimmel and his late-night talk show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
SWX's Sam Adams & Femi Abebefe break down Gonzaga's 72-58 victory over Florida State to advance to the Elite Eight.
SWX's Sam Adams & Femi Abebefe discuss how Gonzaga beat Florida State at its own game, bringing physicality, defense and rebounding while exacting revenge on the team that knocked them out of the Sweet 16 round last year.
Brandon Clarke had a double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds as top-seeded Gonzaga fended off fourth-seeded Florida State 72-58 in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California.
SWX's Sam Adams got a chance to sit down with Naismith finalist Rui Hachimura after the Zags booked their third trip to the Elite Eight in five years.
A familiar group of teams, and a familiar pool of players, awaits Gonzaga this week at the Honda Center. Three of the four teams that played in the 2018 Sweet 16, held just up the road at the Staples Center, will be on hand in Anaheim.
As a freshman experiencing his very first NCAA Tournament game, Zach Norvell Jr. was accorded an honor that really isn’t an honor but still kind of is. A trip to the postgame interview room and a seat at a microphone.