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Gonzaga coach Mark Few was uncertain how his team would respond on the road following back-to-back losses that knocked the Bulldogs out of the Top 25.
Kevin Pangos took Gonzaga coach Mark Few's advice and attacked the basket nearly every time he touched the ball.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few's strategy to push the ball inside was effective for No. 23 Bulldogs - until the final few minutes.
Gonzaga struggled offensively against the West Coast Conference's leading defense in points allowed, as the Bulldogs scored 23 fewer points than their 81.6 season average.
Jim Larranaga, who led Miami to the Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tournament titles and a No. 2 ranking, has been selected The Associated Press' coach of the year.
Maybe it's the quirky name of the school, "Gonzaga." Or its pint-sized enrollment of 4,900. Or the fact that employees at one office in its hometown are so gaga over the `Zags, they wore their hair long at work this week as a shout-out to the team's best player, flowing-tressed 7-footer Kelly Olynyk.
Riding the best record in Division I at 29-2, the Bulldogs took advantage of Indiana's loss to Minnesota last week. The Bulldogs switched places with the Hoosiers, advancing from No. 2 to move comfortably into the No. 1 spot Monday.
Mike Roth is used to other schools coming after one of his coaches.