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Topic - Bill Grier
With No. 1 Indiana losing to Minnesota on Tuesday, the Zags might reach the top of the AP basketball poll Monday if they can beat BYU on Thursday and Portland on Saturday.
Second-ranked Gonzaga's game at BYU on Thursday suddenly has national significance.
University of San Diego President Mary E. Lyons said Friday that she and the school's trustees have "unwavering support" for men's basketball coach Bill Grier and athletic director Ky Snyder as the FBI investigates a bribery case involving two former players and a former assistant coach.
San Diego coach Bill Grier urges his team during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against San Diego State Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, in San Diego.
"More than any of their recent teams ... this one really executes," Grier said.