Gonzaga Bulldogs

March 9, 2015 10:18 PM

Byron Wesley scores 25, No. 7 Gonzaga goes back to WCC title game for 18th consecutive time

The Zags score 30 points in the first 9:40 of the second half to blow out Pepperdine, 79-61, in the conference semifinals.

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