Loyola Marymount Shocks Gonzaga In College Hoops, Ends Zags’ 76-Game Home Court Streak

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January 19, 2023 8:33pm

Rasir Bolton #45 of the Gonzaga Bulldogs drives during the first half of the game against the Loyola Marymount Lions at McCarthey Athletic Center on January 19, 2023 in Spokane, Washington.
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There are upsets in men’s college basketball. And then there are UPSETS. Loyola Marymount pulled off a monumental UPSET tonight against Gonzaga, the latter practically unbeatable on its home court in Spokane, Washington.

The Loyola Marymount Lions beat the Zags 68-67, marking its first victory in Spokane in 32 years. Guard Cam Shelton hit an off-balance layup off the backboard for the winning shot. It snapped a 76-game win streak for Gonzaga on its home court. LMU is now 14-7, while Gonzaga falls to 16-4,

Here’s the winning shot in the final seconds.

Loyola Marymount just beat Gonzaga in Spokane for the first time in 32 years 🤯@lmulionsMBB also snap the Zags’ 76-game home win streak with THIS shot😱pic.twitter.com/pU2ewxB1nk

— CBS Sports CBB (@CBSSportsCBB) January 20, 2023

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