Saint Mary’s vs Gonzaga

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It is actually kind of interesting that in three games last year, there were only four different point totals scored between the two teams. Of course, last year and this year were two different Gonzaga teams, as opposed to Saint Mary’s, which is essentially returning the exact same ugly as trash squad to Spokane. Luckily, this first game is happening in Spokane so our egos can collectively inflate to the size of Washington, but let’s talk about some positive trends for Gonzaga. After setting a WCC record by beating their opponents by an average 26.2 points, the Zags are currently demolishing their own mark. Gonzaga has outscored six WCC opponents by 31.2 points per game. Will they do that to Saint Mary’s? Probably not. But one can hope!

The Gonzaga Bulldogs always have a number of games circled on the calendar, but this year, the Saint Mary’s games takes on extra meaning. At the beginning of the season, the WCC coaches rewarded Saint Mary’s as the presumptive top team in the conference. And well, that title always goes through Spokane. After months of chatter, it is finally time to see if this Gaels squad is for real. Is Saint Mary’s actually good is still a legitimate question. The Gaels own decent wins over New Mexico State and a big overtime road win against yeah Saint Mary’s has also played a bunch of other games.

They also own losses against a not good Washington State Cougars team and a decent Georgia Bulldogs team. The Saint Mary’s Gaels will play the Gonzaga Bulldogs in one of the college basketball games on Thursday, start time at 9:00 PM ET, at McCarthey Athletic Center, Spokane, Washington. Saint Mary’s vs Gonzaga tv channel is on ESPN. Saint Mary’s vs Gonzaga live stream is on WatchESPN. The Saint Mary’s Gaels (17-2) are coming from a 91-67 win over the Pepperdien Waves in which Jock Landale scored 32 points in 13 of 15 shooting from the field and 6 of 8 from the free throw line.