PULLMAN – Some consider it an aberrant circumstance as a product of an even brawnier-than-usual slate.
It’s the sort of nitpicking that surfaces when the results on the court aren’t congruent with lofty expectations.
Whatever has played into Gonzaga’s 4-3 start, Washington State coach Ken Bone isn’t giving the varying hypotheses much credence.
When the Bulldogs visit Beasley Coliseum tonight at 8 to face the Cougars in the annual regional rivalry, he’s expecting the club that held a No. 12 ranking a month ago to step on Friel Court.
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