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Ex-UofA stars Lauri Markkanen and Aaron Gordon both score in double figures.
Montana State players would’ve had to practice in freezing temperatures. They might’ve had less chances to practice before taking on a fully-ready opponent. Then they might’ve had mere weeks before they would have to begin getting ready for another full season.
BOISE — Spencer Danielson will have quite the story to tell his daughter when she gets a bit older.