Gonzaga’s Mark Few reacts to NCAA tournament being canceled | SportsCenter



Gonzaga head coach Mark Few reacts to the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments being canceled. Few says he hoped the tournament would be postponed.

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  • Congratulations to Kansas for their 4th AP FINAL NO. 1 finish in their storied history along with 15 Final Fours and 9 National Championship game appearances (losing 3 NC games by a combined 5 points), second most all-time wins and third highest winning percentage in NCAA history.

    James for Safe Streets July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Can we just say Zags won the season?

    Taint Thinner July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Feel so terrible for senior PF Killian Tillie. He is a legit NBA talent whose career has been damaged due to injuries. He was going to be on a #1 seeded team that was going to play its first two games in Spokane but off campus. This was his last chance to show NBA scouts what he could do if he could stay healthy for a sustained period of time vs. high level competition. Whether or not you feel Gonzaga was a favorite to win this thing, everyone agrees that this year's field was as wide open as it has ever been (Kansas cannot shoot the 3 ball, struggles to score at times, an had too many close calls against mediocre teams to be called a "dominant" favorite), and the Zags are the only team in the land to have 3 players who are top 5 candidates to win their national positional awards in Petrusev (center), Tillie (PF) and Kispert (C). They had serious talent. You had experience in the backcourt as well. Team was hurt when its best recruit, PF Anton Watson, went down to a season ending injury. Also felt bad for the WCC. They were going to put 3 teams into the dance and another 2 into the NIT. Several major conferences didn't have 6 teams with 20 or more wins like the WCC did. Despite that, GU has to put to rest this insane notion that they can't do well in the NCAA tourney because of their league. They've been to 5 straight sweet 16's or better  – one of only 3 programs to do that in  the expanded bracket era – and in at least one of those years they wouldn't have made the dance if they had not won their league tourney. It hasn't all been about favorable seeding.

    Matt Smith July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • This was Gonzaga's year. I'm so ticked off at the NCAA..

    Randy Riddle July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • March sadness covers it…super disappointed myself! Love our Zags and wanted to see them do it this year!! I feel bad for the players (love you guys) who have worked so hard to get here and now can’t finish the season tournament! Sucks big time! This is crazy! Can’t wait till the panic is over! Trust God and wash your hands!! Joshua 1:9

    Lori Weller July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • It was canceled because the elites/banksters are using this virus/crisis to manuever. We as a human race need to start talking back to the elites. We all folded like a bad poker hand.

    Mike Gibbons July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • i didnt get a single pick in my bracket wrong this year

    Zoom Boi July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Why not wait until June for March Madness's.

    Mayor Ronald Lee Beard July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • It an amateur sport, an extracurricular activity. Seniors graduate. Get a job.

    The Wretched Of The Earth July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Even June 20th would be fine. Even if players were drafted let them be exempt. At least let #1 Kansas play #2 Gonzaga at KU. 1 cheerleader and 1 superfan from each team, no fans.

    mrcinemagrouppy July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Kansas National Champions 2020

    Bob Gillis July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • This is the new Norm folks

    Danny Burke July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • People's health is more important than sports. We live in a world of lawsuits and if NCAA doesn't do anything about it and someone dies from the virus I'm sure they'll file lawsuits against the NCAA. I strongly believe people's lives are way more important then sports.

    Glade Hatch July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Kudos to Mark Few for being the voice of sanity in a panic.

    WT Keeton July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • This is stupid. They could of literally had it in July if they had to. Nobody wants to watch mid season baseball

    Zach Johnson July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Sucks for everyone. SDSU has their best team ever 2 great 5th year senior transfers and player of the year candidate. Soo sad

    casey t July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Mark Few is spot on in his words.
    Time will tell out the truth of this but, at this point this Covid 19
    has been overblown by the media to a frenzied point of hysteria. When
    the H1N1 (Swine Flu ) virus hit in 2009/2010, it had almost 62,000,000
    (million) cases in the USA alone of which there were over 24,000 deaths
    in the USA alone. The deadliest strain of Flu is the H1N1, not Covid 19
    or Coronavirus (which has been around for decades). Yet, you never saw
    this happen with the H1N1. You didnt see mass hysteria that resulted in
    the cancellation of schools, and you certainly didnt see the NCAA and
    the NBA cancel seasons. This is a shame.

    Jeff York July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Mark Few is spot on in his words.
    Time will tell out the truth of this but, at this point this Covid 19
    has been overblown by the media to a frenzied point of hysteria. When
    the H1N1 (Swine Flu ) virus hit in 2009/2010, it had almost 62,000,000
    (million) cases in the USA alone of which there were over 24,000 deaths
    in the USA alone. The deadliest strain of Flu is the H1N1, not Covid 19
    or Coronavirus (which has been around for decades). Yet, you never saw
    this happen with the H1N1. You didnt see mass hysteria that resulted in
    the cancellation of schools, and you certainly didnt see the NCAA and
    the NBA cancel seasons. This is a shame.

    Jeff York July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • I'm heartbroken over this, I understand why the decision was made, but reflecting other peoples comments there was definitely another way to handle this. Testing, postpone a few months and make then make it happen no fans, relocation, test all players and coaching staff as well as all the they have the essential staff. God knows they have the resources. This literally ruined many of the college players dreams, their senior college careers, and their prospects potentially after college.

    420Effect July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • This is an overreaction. We should not cancel everything in life for this.

    Chip Young July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Its madness

    google Google July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • I feel bad for the Seniors and for those teams who have already won their conference tournaments to get an automatic bid. This was the year for the unexpected.

    bmilprncss22 July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • This is March Madness… just not the one we're used to

    chriz90fly July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • give seniors another year

    Gabriel Teague July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • It is absolutely idiotic the "precautions" the NCAA has taken. The kids they are supposedly "protecting" are more or less safe. People who actually die from coronavirus are older people. Playing without fans in the stands was a reasonable precaution. Without the fans, there would be 50-60 people on the court. If that seems like too many people, never go to a movie theater, restaurant, museum, or even a grocery store. You are more likely to catch the virus there. Postponing the tournament was another reasonable precaution. The cancellation was an idiotic decision made by the buffoons in charge of the NCAA. The NCAA has taken away moments from the players, coaches, and fans across the country. Lamar Stevens for Penn State was 7 points away from being the all-time scorer for Penn State. Rutgers was going to make the tournament for the first time since 1991. The seniors will never get to play another game for their team because the NCAA "had" to take drastic measures instead of basic precautions.

    GGB July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • This was Gonzaga’s year too

    Chris Schaller July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • Gonzaga's best shot at the title was this year. The stars were aligning with most likely a #1 seed, playing in their hometown of Spokane for the first two rounds.

    Great work Mr. Few. Next year the Zags will be stacked if Petrusev and Ayayi stay home. And to Tillie, thank you for coming back and battling through those injuries.

    FunkyBobFett July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply
  • At least give the seniors another shot to play next year

    roger wilkinson July 26, 2020 1:55 am Reply

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