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December 8, 2006 at 9:30 AM

More on scheduling

We had a couple more stories on the UW-Gonzaga scheduling issue in the paper today.
First, here’s Mark Few’s take on it, some of which was published here Thursday, as well.
Next, here’s a story by our Bud Withers on a proposal to have the four Northwest teams face off in Seattle every year. As you can see, however, there are some hurdles to overcome for this to happen, but it might be a way to keep the GU-UW series alive.
My story also originally included an update on Erroll Knight that didn’t make it in the paper. So I’ll throw it out here:
— One player who saw the UW-GU rivalry from both sides is Erroll Knight, a Chief Sealth grad who spent a year with the Huskies before transferring to Gonzaga. Knight graduated after last season and Few said he is currently in Spokane, working in sales for a local commercial moving company while waiting for his knee to heal. One of the owners of the company is former major leaguer Bump Wills.
— And as a personal aside, here’s another plea to try to clean up this board a little bit (meaning no more posts by “Lute Olson” or references to sex acts, please). If you find some of your posts deleted, that’s why.

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