according to Not only were the Zags failing to hit shots on the outside, they were messy with their passes and controlling the ball.
Gonzaga’s final margin of victory over San Francisco on Thursday, 96-61, certainly didn’t reflect such a rocky – and slightly scary – first half.
Karnowski led the Zags in scoring in the first half with 13 points, while only missing one shot from the field (4 of 5).
The Dons answered with a layup and Karnowski hooked in two more points to tie the score again at 4.
He hit all five of his free-throw shots, half of Gonzaga’s total makes at the line before intermission (10 for 11).
referring to Gonzaga outscored San Francisco 54-26 in the second half by shooting 54.3 percent from the field in the half.
“Once they get on a roll they are difficult to stop,” San Francisco coach Kyle Smith said of Gonzaga.
“Nigel was great,” Gonzaga coach Mark Few said of Williams-Goss, who had 36 points in the previous meeting at San Francisco last month.
San Francisco was held to only 36.1 percent shooting from the field, including only 24.2 percent in the second half.
Gonzaga outrebounded San Francisco 44-32 behind 11 rebounds by Johnathan Williams, seven by Karnowski and six by Williams-Goss.
Top 25 Roundup: Gonzaga routs San Francisco, extends win streak to 27 games
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