It was a back and forth affair, but a battle-tested Bulldog squad didn’t flinch when the game got tight.
Killian Tillie and Geno Crandall returned to action to help the Zags knock off the Broncos.
The Zags returned to the win column after the program’s first two-game losing streak since February 2014.
Brandon Clarke led the newly minted No. 1 team in the country to a dominant victory in the first game back from Maui.
The Bulldogs picked up their second title at the Maui Invitational, and sent a message to the rest of college basketball at the same time.
There was nothing pretty about Gonzaga’s final game of the year.
Despite a furious second half effort from the Buckeyes, the Zags find themselves back in the Sweet 16 for the fourth consecutive year.
The Zags are going dancing again!
Killian Tillie might be the hottest player on Earth right now.
The dynamic duo of Killian Tillie and Johnathan Williams powered Gonzaga past the Lions.
Let’s hope Gonzaga doesn’t have to play in San Diego anymore this season.
The Zags delivered a win for their seniors in their final game inside The Kennel.
That was not a pretty game whatsoever.
The Dons pushed Gonzaga to the brink, and the Zags held on.
It wasn’t a 50-point win, but it was still pretty good.
The Zags got back to winning ways thanks to efficient performances from Josh Perkins and Zach Norvell.
Incredibly, the Zags increased their 32.7 average margin of victory in the WCC. Not bad for the preseason second-place team.
It almost became a tight game until it didn’t.
The Gonzaga forward dropped 22 points tonight.
The 22nd consecutive conference opening win is in the books.