The two games so far this season have been decided by a total of four points.
It is win or die for the Zags right now.
In Provo, because of course.
First up is a trip to sunny San Diego, followed by a visit to the pit that is Provo.
The Zags have their final home game of the season against Saint Mary's on Saturday.
First up, it is the Pacific Tigers.
A win over SMU would silence this bubble talk pretty quickly.
The third game in a four-game road swing starts tomorrow.
It all culminates with a game against SMU.
Gonzaga takes on San Francisco on Saturday in what hopefully isn't a nail-biting, come from behind, overtime win. How about just a win this time?
Last time around, it was a close game. Hopefully, this time around it isn't.
Tipoff is at 1:00 pm PT today folks!
On Thursday, we go up against our WCC rival.
A gut punch by BYU has the Zags reeling.
Revenge should be on the mind for foiling the potential glory of last season.
Hopefully, the Zags aren't rusty.
Gonzaga heads to a gym that has given them trouble in the past.
The Zags have their first road game of conference play.
LMU is on the docket.
Time to hurdle into that meat grinder that is the WCC.
A quick chat about our next opponent.
The hits keep coming for the Zags.
Gonzaga has a game they need to bounce back in.
The Zags have a good chance to pull of the win on Saturday.
Gonzaga has one final game before the biggest home game of the season.
The fire inside me burns.
Not the other St. Mary's.
Technically Gonzaga already opened its season, kind of.
The Zags travelled to Japan to take on Pittsburgh to open the season.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs hit the court on Saturday for an exhibition game against Eastern Oregon.
It was always going to be BYU and Gonzaga.
Gonzaga has seen a good offensive effort spoiled once by poor free throw shooting and then a good defensive effort with no offense in its two games against Pepperdine this year.