Duke headlines Schedule

Duke in Madison Square Garden is just one of many firsts for Mark Few's Gonzaga Bulldogs in 2006-2007. Two nonconference games during league play is yet another first. GUnation.com gives an exclusive first-look at the 2006-07 schedule.

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Sat. Oct. 28 / Augustana at GU (Exhibition)
Fri. Nov. 3 / Dixie State at GU (Exhibition)
Fri. Nov. 10 / Eastern Washington at GU
Tue. Nov. 14 / NIT Tip off Classic at Spokane Arena
#1 GU vs Rice
#2 Baylor vs Colorado State
Wed. Nov. 15 / NIT Championship and Consolation games
Sun. Nov. 19 / Texas-San Antonio at GU
Wed. Nov 22 / NIT @ MSG (for winner of Spokane Pod)
Fri. Nov. 24 / NIT @ MSG (3rd place and Championship games)
Sun. or Mon. Nov. 26 or 27 / University of Idaho at GU
Thu. Nov. 30 / Portland State at GU
Sat. Dec. 2 / University of Texas at Phoenix
Tue. Dec. 5 / Washington State at Pullman
Sat. Dec. 9 / Washington at GU
Sat. Dec. 16 / Georgia at Atlanta (Chick-Fil-A- Peach Bowl Classic)
Thu. Dec. 21 / Duke at MSG
Sat. Dec. 30 / Nevada at Key Arena (Battle in Seattle)
Wed. Jan 3 / Virginia at Charlottesville

West Coast Conference

Sat. Jan 6 / LMU at GU
Mon. Jan. 8 / Pepperdine at GU
Sat. Jan 13 / SCU at Santa Clara
Mon. Jan. 15 / SMC at Moraga
Mon. Jan. 22 / UP at Portland
Sat. Jan. 27 / USF at GU
Mon. Jan 29 / USD at GU
Wed. Jan 31 / Stanford at Palo Alto (nonconference)
Sat. Feb. 3 / Pepperdine at Malibu
Mon. Feb. 5 / LMU at Los Angeles
Sat. Feb. 10 / SMC at GU
Mon. Feb. 12 / SCU at GU
Sat. Feb. 17 / Memphis at Spokane Arena (Ronald McDonald Charity Classic/nonconference)
Mon. Feb. 19 / UP at GU
Sat. Feb. 24 / USD at San Diego
Mon. Feb. 26 / USF at San Francisco

The WCC Tournament will be held in the Chiles Center on the campus of the University of Portland in early March. Times, Television and other details are currently being worked on and an official schedule release will be forthcoming.

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