Bulldogs bloggers Blair Thomas takes a deep look at who may be in the starting lineup for the Gonzaga Bulldogs in the 2012-13 season. The Zags will be looking to return to greatness in next year’s March Madness but who will be the key contributors? Mark Few says Kevin Pangos and Elias Harris will undoubtedly be the two focal points on offense.
NWSB insider Blair Thomas brings us his analysis on the Gonzaga Bulldogs basketball program. He lays out a number of reasons why he respects Mark Few and job he’s doing with the Bulldogs program. The Bulldogs are simply better than their Pac-12 counterparts. McCarthey Athletic Center. Finding under the radar players and great guards, John Stockton, Matt Santangelo, Quentin Hall, Richie Frahm, Dan Dickau, Blake Stepp, Derek Raivio, and Jeremy Pargo.
NWSB Insider and Gonzaga Bulldogs blogger Blair Thomas tells us the Zappo’s.com West Coast Conference Tournament kicks off February 29th at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Saint Mary’s comes in as the favorite. The ace in the hole is Gonzaga Head Coach Mark Few. Blair has some reasons Gonzaga Will Win the Automatic Big Dance Bid. Led by Kevin Pangos.
Clinton Bell tells us with a close win Saturday night at Loyola Marymount, Gonzaga now looks ahead at two conference foes in the upcoming week. With St. Mary’s sitting atop the conference with a 5-0 record, the Zags need a win in both Thursday, and Saturday nights games to stay close. Gonzaga will definitely need to rely on the shooting abilities of both Kevin Pangos and Sam Dower.
Steve Lee our northwest basketball hoops blogger weighs in today with his TOP 5 Gonzaga basketball matchups and games to take place in Seattle Washington. In 2003 in front of almost 13,000 fans, the Bulldogs left KeyArena with a thrilling 87-80 overtime victory over the Tigers, Ronny Turiaf came alive after the break to drop 21.