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Highlights and interviews from Gonzaga vs. Bryant

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It was a good tuneup game for the upcoming AdvoCare Invitational.

The Gonzaga Bulldogs topped the century mark last night against the Bryant Bulldogs in an absolutely dominate victory.

A dominate victory was expected as the two Bulldogs squads clashed. Bryant is far from being a good team, but it was important to see a couple of developments on the Gonzaga front.

First, and most importantly, Przemek Karnowski looked like his old self. The big man finished with 22 points, a few no look passes, and has gotten rid of any question about his overall health. Secondly, Johnathan Williams III broke out of his short, early season slump and finished with 20 points and eight rebounds. Seeing the starting unit perform that well was rather important.

The other big takeaway from last night is this team is hungry for it all. They can sense the blood on the season, but they are in no way letting it get to their heads.

“Winning like this doesn’t make us complacent or anything. Like coach says, we just have to keep getting better and better everyday,” Zach Collins told reporters after the game. “