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Great season Zags! I lived in Spokane in 2003 and that town goes nuts over Gonzaga basketball. I live in Clarkston, WA now and I watched all of your games that were on the Spo-Channels Adam, I was with you at the end. HEARTBREAK CITY! My fellow Zags fan and I were already making plans to get face paint for the game against Memphis. I think we both shed tears. We had the sidewalk outside of our apartments decked out in sidewalk chalk. No one that came here could miss that this complex housed some true Gonzaga fans, through thick or thin, win or loss. We are eagerly awaiting next season and Adam Morrison's senior year. PLEASE STAY ADAM! We love you! But like Adam has said, there are plenty of other guys who can play! Raivio, Heytfelt, Pendergraff, Knight, and of course, BATISTA! Gonzaga Rocks! You are the team with a HEART! Good luck Seniors in where your lives take you. You gave it your all. GO ZAGS! See you in the Final Four in 2007! :)

Hilary
Clarkston, WA

 

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