Itas the mom-and-pop store that has become a national franchise. The most renowned player in school history grew up three blocks from the cozy campus, yet the program has grown into a perennial top 25 power with a coast-to-coast followingaeven if those casual fans still mangle the name. Itas Gonzaga UniversityaqGon-zag-aqaas in qZags, q the endearment that has overtaken qBulldogsq as the schoolas athletic ID. There are many Bulldogs, but only a few Zags. There are many Zags stories, however, and fans will find the essence of this college basketball phenomenon in Tales from the Gonzaga Bulldogs Locker Room. For readers who only know Gonzaga as the school that launched John Stockton toward the Basketball Hall of Fame and later rewrote the concept of being an NCAA Tournament Cinderella, this anecdotal anthology will fill in the blanks. The book focuses on a variety of names and events, like the qTall Gaulqaseven-foot-three Frenchman Jean Claude Lefebvre; the year the Zags actually pulled their qsixth manq out of the stands; and Frank Burgess, the future judge who led the nation in scoring. These stories are all a part of the little-known legacy that led to the modern-day heroics of Dan Dickau, Richie Frahm, Blake Stepp, and many others. Fans will meet them all, along with numerous other unforgettable characters, in this reissue of Tales from the Gonzaga Bulldogs Locker Room.A Collection of the Greatest Bulldog Stories Ever Told Dave Boling. nation. aNot one time did we have any ... aHe learns them so he can jump in and play anything from [positions] 1 through 5. Hea#39;ll know them all. Thata#39;s an incredible dedication.
|Title||:||Tales from the Gonzaga Bulldogs Locker Room|
|Publisher||:||Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. - 2015-02-17|