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KHQ & SWX: Your Home For Coverage On Selection Sunday

SPOKANE, Wash. – As Selection Sunday draws near, the Gonzaga Bulldogs are expected to get one of four #1 seeds in a field of 68, and KHQ & SWX will be your home for complete coverage. 

On Selection Sunday, our coverage is 4 ½ hours long, and we'll have everything you need to know about Gonzaga's drive for the title, with crews all over the GU campus, from the McCarthey Athletic Center to the Crosby Center.  They'll have live interviews with the players and coaches throughout the special.

From the KHQ studio, we'll take an in-depth look at the NCAA bracket, including the Zags first opponent, and the teams they could face on their quest for the championship. 

Here's our Sunday schedule:

3:00 – 5:00 pm: Live coverage on SWX, including who the Zags will play in the first round of the tournament, and where that game will be. 

5:00 pm: KHQ Local News At 5, including live coverage on both KHQ & SWX, including reaction from players, coaches and fans, live from the Kennel. 

5:30 pm: Live coverage continues on SWX with extended coverage. 

6:00 pm: KHQ Local News at 6, including continuing live coverage on KHQ & SWX. 

6:30 pm: Special edition of The Mark Few Show. 

7:00 pm: Complete Selection Sunday wrap-up on SWX.

Our coverage doesn't end there!  We also have you covered for Selection Monday, when the Gonzaga Women will learn their opponent.  Our coverage on Monday begins at 4:00 pm. 

We will also have continuing coverage here on khq.com, as well as on Twitter (@KHQLocalNews) and Facebook (Facebook.com/KHQLocalNews).

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