You didn’t need a TV to watch the game last night.
You could have caught it through a living room window while walking the streets near Gonzaga University. You could have seen it from a sidewalk behind a huddle of students who brought their TV to a front porch. You could almost have kept score by counting the cheers and groans of thousands of Zags fans.
School spirit was high Monday night before tipoff as Gonzaga took on the Baylor Bears in the NCAA Championship game. Students chanted “Go Gonzaga, G-O-N-Z-A-G-A.” Many houses boasted freshly spray-painted bed-sheet banners – Timme Time was a popular choice.
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