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Blog: NCAA Tournament Bid Still Uncertain, but Looking Better

NCAA Tournament Bid Still Uncertain, but Looking Better

The regular season ended last week with mixed, but predictable, results. The Cougars lost on the road to Gonzaga, and rebounded on Senior Day to beat Portland. Gonzaga is the toughest place in the conference to play.

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Blog: Cougars Still in Hunt for NCAA Tournament Bid

Cougars Still in Hunt for NCAA Tournament Bid

It was an interesting week in the WCC. The Cougars went 2-0, with victories over San Francisco and Santa Clara. Gonzaga went 1-1, beating Santa Clara but losing a stunner to San Francisco.

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Blog: Cougars Stay on Road to NCAA Tournament

Cougars Stay on Road to NCAA Tournament

With their easy 86-48 win over Pepperdine, the Cougars stayed on track for an NCAA Tournament appearance, but it isn't over yet by any means. We'll start with the good news. The Cougars had four starters in double figures.

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Blog: Cougars Win Two, Still Get No Respect from National Media

Cougars Win Two, Still Get No Respect from National Media

We'll talk about the games later, but it appears that one thing is a fact of life in the West Coast Conference: Gonzaga will always be overrated by the national media, and everyone else might as well be playing in Tibet. Currently, nobody in the WCC is rated in the top 25. In the ESPN/USA [...

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Blog: Moving Along Nicely in the Post-Jimmer Era

Moving Along Nicely in the Post-Jimmer Era

When we last discussed the basketball team, there were a lot more questions than answers. Let's take a look at some of those questions. Who is going to take over for Jimmer Fredette? The obvious answer is that nobody on the team is another Jimmer Fredette.

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Blog: The BCS Scam-pionship and How It Affects the Cougars

The BCS Scam-pionship and How It Affects the Cougars

The BCS "Championship" game was a joke. It was a dull, boring game, played between the first and second-place finishers in the same division. Everybody knows that it is much more difficult to beat a team twice than it is to beat it once.

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Blog: Armed Forces Bowl Highlights

Armed Forces Bowl Highlights

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Blog: Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Preview

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Preview

When: December 30 10:00 am, MST Where: Ford Stadium, Dallas Teams: BYU (9-3, independent) vs Tulsa (8-4, CUSA) Tulsa is quite similar to the Cougars. The Cougars won eight of their last nine games, while Tulsa won seven of their last eight.

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Blog: Cougar Basketball Recovers From Loss With Victory Over Buffalo And Santa Barbara

Cougar Basketball Recovers From Loss With Victory Over Buffalo And Santa Barbara

After the disappointment of losing to sixth-ranked Baylor by three points on Saturday, the Cougars could have expected to start a bit slow. However, they didn't expect to start by falling behind 14-3 to Buffalo in the Mariott Center.

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Blog: It Always Feels Great to Beat the Utes

It Always Feels Great to Beat the Utes

BYU basketball definitely feels a lot different in the post-Jimmer era. There isn t nearly as much media coverage outside of the Utah market as there was.

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