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Williams-Goss leads No. 4 Gonzaga over Portland 73-52
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) No. 4 Gonzaga beat undermanned Portland by 21 points on Saturday, but the Zags were not happy.
Portland, playing without its leading scorer, out-rebounded the Zags 41-33, and held Gonzaga, the nation's last remaining undefeated Division I team, to 45 percent shooting.
"We have to start rebounding better," said center Przemek Karnowski, who scored 12 points but had just three rebounds in Gonzaga's 73-52 victory. "Five guys have to go and rebound the ball. That's one of the things we need to fix."MORE
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