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Stories From The Road On Gonzaga's Drive For The Title

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SALT LAKE CITY, UT. - As long as Gonzaga remains in the 2013 NCAA tournament our team at KHQ and SWX will be sharing stories from the road as we utilize our new technology called Mobile 6.
 
Our comprehensive coverage will include live press conferences, post game reaction, pre-game expectations and stories about all things Gonzaga.
 
Tuesday Reporter Alex Rozier and Photojournalist Jordan Caskey shared stories from the road and our expectations as we join the Zags on their road to the Final Four. We will be using backpack technology that allows us to go live from any place with cell phone reception and we will be speaking with notable alums and players, past and present.
 
Gonzaga plays Southern in their first game of the NCAA tournament Thursday at 1:10 pacific time. If they win they will play once more in Salt Lake City, Utah on Saturday.

 

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