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'I do believe it’ll come for (Gonzaga coach) Mark Few in time': TV analysts Grant Hill, Bill Raftery detail how tough it is to win it all

Gonzaga didn’t make the Final Four in New Orleans, but the Zags’ successes and shortcomings in March Madness continue to be a hot-button topic in national circles. The Zags were sent home by fourth-seeded Arkansas 74-68 last Thursday in the Sweet 16 in San Francisco. They’ve been the top overall seed each of the past two seasons and a No. 1 seed in four of the past five tournaments, but they’re still chasing an elusive national championship.
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Mark Few facing criticism after Gonzaga loss

Following their upset loss against Arkansas in the Sweet 16, the Gonzaga Bulldogs are out of the 2022 NCAA Tournament. With the early exit, head coach Mark Few is catching some criticism. In a single-elimination tournament, it’s hard to be too surprised about any upset. Over one 40-minute game, anything...
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After Gonzaga’s Defeat, Mark Few Was Condemned

Gonzaga Bulldogs are out of the NCAA Tournament in 2022 after an upset loss to Arkansas in the Sweet 16. Head coach Mark Few has been chastised as a result of the early exit. It’s difficult to be surprised by an upset in a single-elimination competition. Anything may happen in a 40-minute game. Few, on the other hand, acknowledged his amazement at the loss after the game.
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NCAA Tournament 2022: What Mark Few, Gonzaga players said after Sweet 16 loss to Arkansas

One year after reaching the national championship game, Gonzaga’s season ended in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night. The top-seeded Bulldogs had one of their worst offensive showings of the season and it resulted in a 74-68 upset loss to No. 4 seed Arkansas at the Chase Center in San Francisco, marking the Razorbacks’ first-ever win over a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
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Sweet 16 Exit to Arkansas a New Low for No. 1 Gonzaga and Mark Few

Copy, paste. Rinse, repeat. Gonzaga didn't win a national championship, and college basketball media is here to talk about it. While social-media timelines and comment sections can be horrible metrics of consensus opinion, one seems to have clearly developed about the Zags: They can't win it all, and none of the excuses or justifications are good enough anymore.
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NCAA Tournament 2022: Gonzaga's Mark Few, Drew Timme, Chet Holmgren itching for Sweet 16 war against Arkansas

Gonzaga might be the NCAA Tournament's No. 1 overall seed but the Zags have a major test around the corner. No. 4 seed Arkansas is itching to knock off Gonzaga in Thursday's Sweet 16. It's the seventh year in a row that Gonzaga has advanced to the Sweet 16, but coach Mark Few knows the Zags have to play better if they want to advance to the Final Four for the second year in a row. Gonzaga trailed to No. 16 seed Georgia State midway through the second half before exploding late. Gonzaga trailed by 10 to Memphis at the half before Drew Timme erupted with a huge second half in the Zags' 82-78 victory. Few and Timme were joined by fellow Gonzaga stars Chet Holmgren and Andrew Nembhard in Wednesday's press conference to preview Arkansas.
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