et another attempted march to the NCAA Championship begins unofficially on Oct. 8 at Kraziness in the Kennel, less officially on Oct. 28 in an exhibition against Tennessee, and officially on Nov. 7 against North Florida. The Zags have finally released their entire schedule, and it is a doozy, even by Gonzaga standards. The Zags will face off against Michigan State, Texas, Kentucky, Baylor, and Alabama. They will also play either Purdue or West Virginia, with the possibility of taking on Duke in the championship game of the PK 85 Invitational. And, to ensure that senior night wasn’t happening in the middle of February, the Zags secured a final home game against Chicago State in March to allow what very well could be a special team to go off to the WCC Tournament in style. Just recently today, the Zags were named the top overall seed in a way-too-early ESPN Bracketology, and very well could open the season as the preseason AP No. 1 team for the third season in a row.
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I would love to see him in the NBA!
Who will return?
Game winning shots anyone?
At the end of the day, he picks GU to win it all.
"Are you serious?!"
Another big win for the program! (pun intended)
Tate and Titus talk West Coast hoops, for once. The name the Zags as one of the top programs in the west, alongside Oregon, Arizona, and UCLA. They declare Zona winning a championship as the moment that would bring the West Coast out of the wilderness. They note that the Zags don't really count as West Coast hoops, because they're really just doing their own thing. Overall, a lot of dismissive talk about hoops out West, which is probably justified, given the Zags are head and shoulders above the Pac-12.
Get your first glimpse of the men's squad at Kraziness in the Kennel, on Oct. 6, and then come back the week after to watch the women's at FanFest, on Oct. 13.