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GONZAGA (8 - 1) at W VIRGINIA (6 - 3)
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Tuesday, 12/10/2013 9:00 PM
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GONZAGA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-1-3.53-43-090.443.054.9%36.471.428.941.8%31.4
Road Games2-1-3.52-12-094.344.358.3%31.782.033.043.7%36.0
Last 5 Games4-1-3.52-22-089.840.654.4%
GONZAGA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)90.443.033-6054.9%10-2147.6%14-2071.7%361017197103
vs opponents surrendering74.635.126-5745.4%7-1936.6%16-2271.4%351013216134
Team Stats (Road Games)94.344.334-5858.3%10-2148.4%16-2177.8%32717236115
Stats Against (All Games)71.428.924-5841.8%6-2130.9%16-2273.1%31109195122
vs opponents averaging75.33525-5744.5%7-2034.6%18-2573.4%34912196123
Stats Against (Road Games)82.033.028-6443.7%7-2231.3%19-2672.2%36149216123

W VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games6-3-0.42-21-383.641.148.3%37.368.030.941.8%34.4
Home Games5-0+21-00-091.648.052.2%
Last 5 Games3-2-11-10-379.236.846.1%37.862.428.241.0%32.4
W VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)83.641.130-6148.3%9-2144.0%15-2266.3%371115206103
vs opponents surrendering72.333.626-6043.8%7-1934.9%13-1968.4%36913206123
Team Stats (Home Games)91.648.033-6352.2%10-2246.3%16-2271.4%41121816893
Stats Against (All Games)68.030.924-5741.8%7-2131.6%14-2263.2%34911194143
vs opponents averaging7435.225-5744.4%7-2036.4%16-2367.6%36913186123
Stats Against (Home Games)63.028.623-5839.8%7-2230.0%10-1955.9%31911194151
Average power rating of opponents played: GONZAGA 70,  W VIRGINIA 71.3
GONZAGA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/9/2013BRYANT100-76W - -36-6753.7%39827-6045.0%3014
11/11/2013COLORADO ST93-61W-15.5W146O34-5957.6%391018-5632.1%339
11/17/2013OAKLAND82-67W-26L -28-5154.9%301122-4548.9%2014
11/21/2013WASHINGTON ST90-74W-16.5L -33-5955.9%351125-5644.6%3012
11/26/2013@ CHAMINADE113-81W-24.5W -46-6669.7%311226-6142.6%2814
12/1/2013COPPIN ST86-51W - -31-6250.0%45918-5632.1%3212
12/7/2013NEW MEXICO ST80-68W-13.5L -33-6848.5%45825-5942.4%3011
12/10/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
12/14/2013*S ALABAMA              
12/21/2013*KANSAS ST              
12/28/2013SANTA CLARA              
12/30/2013SAN FRANCISCO              
1/2/2014ST MARYS-CA              

W VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/8/2013MOUNT ST MARYS77-62W - -28-5056.0%28822-5540.0%3010
11/12/2013@ VIRGINIA TECH82-87L-2.5L150O25-7035.7%431126-5745.6%4316
11/17/2013DUQUESNE96-83W-13T -33-5658.9%30930-6645.5%3916
11/21/2013GA SOUTHERN101-68W-13W -40-7156.3%461025-6439.1%3617
11/23/2013PRESBYTERIAN88-55W - -31-6349.2%40919-4839.6%2819
11/26/2013*OLD DOMINION78-60W-7.5W149.5U28-5056.0%281423-5939.0%3515
12/2/2013LOYOLA-MD96-47W - -32-7443.2%62919-5633.9%2211
12/5/2013@ MISSOURI71-80L6.5L152U27-6541.5%321027-5152.9%4015
12/29/2013*WM & MARY              
GONZAGA: Gonzaga was extremely successful during the last regular season but ultimately fell in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32 to super sleeper Wichita State. Gone is the dominant inside duo of Kelly Olynyk and Elias Harris to the NBA who combined for 32.4 PPG and 14.7 RPG last season, but head coach Mark Few still should have no problem winning the WCC again. The first player to watch out for this season will be the 7-foot-1 C Przemek Karnowski (5.4 PPG, 2.6 RPG, 57% FG), who played inconsistent minutes last year as a freshman, but was a highly regarded recruit. The Poland-born center will be tasked with a lot more playing time on the block than his meager 10.7 MPG last season. Joining him down low will be PF Sam Dower (6.9 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 56% FG), who is more experienced as a senior, but lacks the same upside as Karnowski. The backcourt will be filled with more familiar faces in PG Kevin Pangos (11.9 PPG, 3.3 APG) and SG Gary Bell Jr. (9.0 PPG, 39% 3-pt FG), who should both see increases in their production this season. Spelling Pangos will be savvy backup PG David Stockton (3.7 PPG, 3.4 APG, 1.5 SPG), who isn't much of a scorer but can pass and defend quite well, kind of like his Hall of Fame father John Stockton. Also key to this year's perimeter play will be SG Gerard Coleman, who sat out last season after transferring from Providence, where he averaged 13.2 PPG in the 2011-12 season.
W VIRGINIA: The Mountaineers finished below .500 for the first time in Bob Huggins' tenure as head coach with a team that didn't have one player average double-digit points. With troubled 6-foot-10 C Aaric Murray no longer with the program, the frontcourt will be extremely thin. Huggins hopes newcomer Jonathan Holton can post numbers like he did at Rhode Island (10.2 PPG, 8.1 RPG) before he was arrested and kicked off the team before salvaging his career at community college. The backcourt is in pretty good shape though with Eron Harris (9.8 PPG, 35% 3-pt FG) expected to improve in his second campaign alongside long-range shooter Terry Henderson (8.0 PPG, 40% 3-pt FG). Add in top recruit Devin Williams leading a strong freshman class, and the Mountaineers should regain their status as a quality basketball program very soon.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE BASKETBALL PREVIEW (GONZAGA-WEST VIRGINIA) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Gonzaga-West Virginia Preview* ===============================


Gonzaga (8-1) at West Virginia (6-3), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Gonzaga has regrouped well enough from its first defeat to build some momentum heading into the team's first true road contest.

The No. 20 Bulldogs look for a fifth consecutive victory Tuesday night while trying to hand West Virginia its first home loss.

Gonzaga (8-1) has won each of its previous four games by at least 10 points since an 84-79 loss to Dayton at the Maui Invitational on Nov. 25.

The Bulldogs overcame 35.1-percent shooting in the first half for an 80-68 win over New Mexico State on Saturday. Forward Sam Dower scored 22 points for Gonzaga, which shot 64.5 percent after the break.

Gonzaga outscored the Aggies 52-32 in the paint and held a 22-9 advantage in second-chance points while pulling down a season-high 18 offensive rebounds.

"When you have a deep, balanced team, they were able to overcome our game plan with putbacks," said New Mexico State coach Marvin Menzies, whose team trailed by one at halftime.

Gonzaga had 35 offensive boards against Coppin State and the Aggies after it had 61 over the first seven contests. It's also held a 90-62 overall advantage on the glass in the last two.

"Guys were aggressive in getting to the rim," Dower said following Saturday's win.

The 6-foot-9 Dower has averaged 17.8 points in the last five games. Working mostly in the paint during the second half Saturday, Dower went 7 of 9 from the field in the final 20 minutes.

West Virginia (6-3) enters the week tied for 172nd in the nation with an average of 11.2 offensive boards allowed. The Mountaineers held an 18-13 edge in second-chance points at Missouri on Thursday, but allowed the Tigers to shoot 52.9 percent in an 80-71 loss.

The Mountaineers trailed by as many as 25 but shot 52.8 percent in the second half to remain competitive.

"I think that when it gets tough, we are able to come back but we can't spend every season trying to come back every single game," sophomore guard Terry Henderson said.

"Now our biggest thing is our preparation and we have to do a better job at preparing. That's more important than the game itself. That is something that we are about to focus more on than anything."

Though West Virginia has averaged 91.6 points and shot 52.2 percent while going 5-0 at home, those victories came against Mount St. Mary's, Duquesne, Georgia Southern, Presbyterian and Loyola, Maryland. In losses to Virginia Tech, then-No. 10 Wisconsin and Missouri, the Mountaineers have averaged 72.0 points and shot 39.7 percent.

Guard Eron Harris averages a team-leading 18.9 points but foul trouble limited him to a season-low eight over 19 minutes against the Tigers.

West Virginia shot 29.8 percent, including 6 of 43 from 3-point range, while falling each of the last two seasons to Gonzaga by a combined 57 points. The Bulldogs shot 54.0 percent from the field and 18 of 33 from beyond the arc in those matchups.

Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell Jr. combined for 28 points and went 5 of 9 from long range during Gonzaga's 84-50 home win over West Virginia last season.

The Mountaineers have dropped 13 straight games against ranked opponents since a 74-62 win over then-No. 9 Georgetown on Jan. 7, 2012.

Gonzaga, meanwhile, has won five straight and 11 of its last 12 true road contests.

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