You ever get a feeling of déjà vu? Where things which just happened feel like they happened already?
How about you, Creighton? Ever get that feeling? You know the one: where Zach Norvell has a pretty pedestrian first half, you go into halftime with a seven-point lead, feeling pretty good about yourself. And then, out of nowhere, Norvell starts to eat…and eat…and eat…and eat. And suddenly you’re on the wrong side of a second-half explosion?
Well, just in case you forgot, Free Ira Brown is here to remind you. That’s right, dear FIBbers, our heroes are back, and in our latest episode we take a look at Gonzaga’s win over Creighton, from Zach’s second-half dominance, Clarke’s elite efficiency, Perk’s passing (Baby Daddy!) and Rui’s resplendence.
Those stories, plus we pop into the polls, prepare for a Wednesday with Washington, preview the tussle with Tennessee and celebrate a Stanford upset with the Gonzaga women.
And finally, we finish with a really fun interview with two of the authors of “We Are GU: The Origins, History, and Impact of Gonzaga University’s Kennel Club” a new book about the origins of the Kennel Club. We go in depth on how everything started, the current state of the Kennel Club and student attendance, whether the Kennel Club ever came close to dying out and recount how many kegs the Kennel Club could go through in a weekend.
All this and more in the latest episode of Free Ira Brown, THE Gonzaga Hoops Podcast. Do put on your wrist band, don your Kennel Club shirt and drink with us, won’t you?