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The Gonzaga Bulldogs traveled to San Diego for their first game of the NCAA Tournament The Gonzaga Bulldogs traveled to San Diego for their first game of the NCAA Tournament
KHQ.com - SWX Anchor Sam Adams and KHQ Local News Reporter Patrick Erickson are having a great time in San Diego covering the Zags, and we have the proof from their Twitter accounts!

Here's a collection of photos we've put together from their adventures!

To follow Patrick on Twitter: @patrickerickson
To follow Sam on Twitter: @SWXSamAdams

Go Zags!

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