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    Default Zags beat Oregon Washington Arizona from PAC-12

    Congrats Zags.

    Congrats Coaching staff. Thanks

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    Zags pac 12 champs
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    Gonzaga now has wins away from home over Oregon, Washington and Arizona — all coming in the last two and a half weeks. Honorary PAC-12 champions.

    (from Jeff Borzello's twitter feed )

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    We beat Cats first half and second half....huge

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    - additionally impressive is Arizona had won 61 of 62 non conference games up to this game, and under sean miller have won 92% of their home games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GonzaGAW View Post
    - additionally impressive is Arizona had won 61 of 62 non conference games up to this game, and under sean miller have won 92% of their home games.
    Yep

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    From FoxSports Aaron Torres, via twitter:

    Said it last week, and I'll say it again: We're taking for granted how good this Gonzaga program is. Lost two first rounders, another NBA guy and a 5th year senior point guard - and now have wins at Arizona, at Washington + vs Oregon. Again, it's just UNREAL how good Mark Few is


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    Pretty cool stuff. It’s a good rebuttal to that nonsense about the Zags playing in a bad conference that you read/hear every year. And they did it against four or five big-time NBA prospects, and whomever Oregon has.

    Heart won out over head and I was rooting for Michigan earlier today, but that win over Oregon looks even better today.

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