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Locked On Zags podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Hosted by Andy Patton, a Zag alum and co-host of the Locked On College Basketball podcast, the Locked On Zags podcast provides your daily Gonzaga Bulldogs fix with expert opinions, film reviews, interviews with athletes and coaches, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things Zags. From the electric atmosphere at the ...
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs landed Colgate guard Braeden Smith, one of the top guards remaining in the transfer portal. Smith is a native of Seattle and plans to redshirt next season, giving him two years of eligibility to start at point guard in the post Ryan Nembhard era. After Nembhard struggled in the first half of his first season with t…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs offered 2025 five-star guard prospect Jalen Haralson almost a year ago, but the Indiana native just now indicated he plans to visit Spokane. The No. 8 ranked player in the class, Haralson has interest from Auburn, Indiana, Duke, Kansas and others, but would be an extremely welcome addition for the Zags in the post …
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs signed transfer portal additions Michael Ajayi, Khalif Battle, and Emmanuel Innocenti. Ajayi could still stay in the NBA draft process, but otherwise the Zags roster is set for the 2024-25 college basketball season. We project how the starting lineup, rotation, and minutes will be distributed next year if Ajayi is …
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs are reportedly hosting Colgate guard Braeden Smith, one of the top guards remaining in the transfer portal. Smith is a native of Seattle and is considering coming to Spokane and redshirting next season, giving him two years of eligibility to start at point guard in the post Ryan Nembhard era. Could the Zags land an…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs have built a roster in Spokane capable of winning the program's first ever college basketball national championship - particularly if Pepperdine transfer Michael Ajayi pulls out of the NBA draft process. Ajayi performed well at the combine and showcased a 7'0.75 wingspan, but still isn't generating a ton of NBA att…
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The West Coast Conference accepted Grand Canyon University as a full time member starting in 2025, and 'Lopes coach Bryce Drew joins the program to discuss his reaction to the news, excitement about getting to play Gonzaga and Saint Mary's, and what this rabid fanbase brings to the conference. Gonzaga will no longer get a chance to face Creighton i…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs landed their third addition of the college basketball offseason out of the transfer portal in Tarleton State guard Emmanuel Innocenti. Innocenti is a 6'5 wing from Italy who has three years of eligibility remaining after he was named to the All-WAC Freshman team and Defensive Team. The Zags already have a nine man …
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The West Coast Conference accepted Seattle University as a full time member starting in 2025, and Redhawks coach Chris Victor joins the program to discuss his reaction to the news, excitement about getting to play Gonzaga and Saint Mary's, and how the program will utilize Climate Pledge Arena in the future. Victor also talked about the team going o…
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The WCC's additions of Grand Canyon and SeattleU aren't specifically tied to the Gonzaga Bulldogs leaving the conference, but rumors remain about Mark Few and the Zags pursuing a new league - particularly the Big 12. However, talks between Gonzaga and the Big 12 conference have reportedly stalled, what does it mean for the future of GU's athletics?…
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The West Coast Conference officially accepted Grand Canyon and Seattle University as full-time members starting in the 2025-26 season, and we discuss what it means for Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs. The new additions brings the WCC up to 11 full time members, and for one year the conference will have 13 while Oregon State and Washington State a…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs agreed to a two-year non-conference scheduling agreement with Mick Cronin and the UCLA Bruins. The first game will be played in 2024 at the Intuit Dome, the new home of the Los Angeles Clippers, while the return game will be played at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle in 2025. Gonzaga has one four straight against th…
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Gonzaga Bulldogs freshman guard Dusty Stromer began the season as a starter after Steele Venters went down with a knee injury, but by midseason Mark Few had replaced him with Ben Gregg. Still, Dusty had plenty of success in his first year with the Zags, emerging as a reliable perimeter defender and three point shooter. With Michael Ajayi, Khalif Ba…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs are reportedly in contact with transfer guard Braeden Smith - not the Purdue star but rather a high level distributor from Colgate. Smith played high school ball at Seattle Prep and was a candidate for National Freshman of the Year in 2023 and won Patriot League Player of the Year in 2024, and with two years of eli…
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Khalif Battle picked Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs over Kansas State and Villanova, but will the former Arkansas guard be willing to come off the bench? And is that the right role for the high scoring 6'5 star? What else do the Zags need to do to be a national championship caliber team? Consistent outside shooting and low post defense are the b…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs secured a commitment Arkansas guard Khalif Battle this weekend, who picked the Zags over Villanova and Kansas State. Battle averaged 29.6 points over his final seven games with the Hogs, and his experience coming off the bench makes him a perfect third guard for this program. Battle will likely play a lot of minute…
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Gonzaga Bulldogs forward Ben Gregg was inserted into the starting lineup by Mark Few and blossomed into a key piece for the Zags as they ultimately went to a ninth straight Sweet 16 last season. Gregg's development has been a big part of Gonzaga's success the past few seasons, and he'll once again fill a valuable role for the Bulldogs as the starti…
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The Gonzaga Bulldogs will host Arkansas guard Khalif Battle on a visit this weekend, with Mark Few hoping to land the high-scoring veteran guard in his final season of college basketball eligibility. Battle averaged 29.6 points over his final seven games with the Hogs, and he'd be a perfect third guard off the bench for this program. The transfer p…
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Luka Krajnovic reportedly entered the NCAA transfer portal one day before it closes, leaving Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs without a backup point guard and with another open scholarship. Krajnovic showed promise down the stretch last season, and could opt to return to Croatia and play professionally or find another school to continue his educat…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs will face Danny Hurley and the back-to-back national champion UConn Huskies at Madison Square Garden in December - and they will have a familiar face in the backcourt in former Saint Mary's guard Aidan Mahaney. Mahaney committed to UConn over Creighton, Virginia, and Kentucky, but we wonder if a new offense will al…
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Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs are in the hunt to complete their roster ahead of the 2024-25 college basketball season, and are looking at quite a few young guards either in the transfer portal or on the recruiting trail. We discuss the five top options, including Nolan Traore, Travis Perry, Wesley Yates, Rowan Brumbaugh and Emmanuel Innocenti. …
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