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No. 7 Gonzaga will look to equal its best start in school history, a 12-0 record in 1944, when the Bulldogs host South Dakota on Wednesday night.The 11-0 start for Mark Fews team is already the best since the program joined the NCAA for the 1958-59 season, topping the 9-0 mark of 2012-13.Tennessee coach Rick Barnes, whose team lost to Gonzaga 86-76 in Nashville, Tenn., on Sunday said the Bulldogs have a shot at running the table in the regular season.I think hes got as good a team as hes ever had, Barnes said of Few. I think hes going to become an even bigger story in college basketball because if you look ahead, hes always done tremendous things with his team in the league and he could be the first time in a long time that youve got a team capable of being undefeated heading into postseason play.No. 19 Saint Marys and traditionally tough opponent BYU in the West Coast Conference might have a say in that, but for now, Few is concentrating on ending the nonconference portion of the schedule feeling good about his team.Entering the Tennessee game on Sunday, Gonzaga hadnt played since beating Akron Dec. 10. The Bulldogs but looked strong as they scored the first eight points and never trailed. They led 27-6 on a jumper by forward Zach Collins with 12:06 left, 43-29 at halftime and 64-48 midway through the second half.I thought they did good, especially the way we started the first half, Few said. Usually when you come out of finals like this, youre a little bit concerned about losing rhythm. We had some pretty good rhythm going into finals. Gave them several days off, I was a little bit worried about that. They responded.South Dakota (9-5) of the Summit League is that last nonconference obstacle. The Coyotes are off to their best start since joining Division I for the 2008-09 campaign. They have lost in true road games to Nebraska and Portland, but they were competitive in each.The Coyotes lost 73-61 in Lincoln, Neb., after cutting a 26-4 deficit to two points in the second half. They were defeated 85-82 at Portland last Friday on a last-second 3-point shot.Two days after that setback, South Dakota regrouped to defeat Montana State 80-68 in Bozeman, Mont., scoring 20 unanswered points as part of a 25-3 run. Former Air Force guard Matt Mooney, a sophomore, scored a career-high 28 points and junior guard Trey Dickerson, formerly of Iowa, added a career-high 14 points.The victory snapped a five-game losing streak away from South Dakota. The Coyotes are finishing a stretch of three road games in six days.Shout out to our whole squad, Dickerson said. Happy to get on a (winning) streak now. Gonzaga next. Love my squad. Great way to bounce back on the road (rallying to beat Montana State).Mooney (14.7 points a game) leads four Coyotes who are averaging in double digits.Gonzaga will have a decided size advantage with South Dakota starting nobody taller than 6-foot-7. The Bulldogs will counter with 7-1, 300-pound center Przemek Karnowski, who averages 12.2 points and a team-high 6.5 rebounds per game.The Bulldogs also have 6-9 power forward Johnathan Williams (shooting 57.7 percent from the field), Collins, a 7-foot reserve center (leads the WCC by shooting 69.2 percent) and 6-10 reserve power forward Killian Tillie (4.0 rebounds per game). Marco Verratti Jersey . -- Its been a long road back for Sean Bergenheim. Adrien Rabiot Jersey . 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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Tom Brady celebrated his completion by throwing his hands into the air and shouting as if it was a game-winning catch. Whoa, calm down. It was only a pass to newcomer Danny Amendola at minicamp more than a month before training camp and with no one allowed to hit the quarterback. But to Brady, it was a sign that he and his likely top wide receiver are making progress as he tries to develop chemistry with a new group. In the off-season, the New England Patriots parted with Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd following a season in which they were the teams top two pass catchers. "Danny has come in and hes been fun to play with," Brady said. "Hes diving out there for catches. Hes really done everything that weve asked him to do." That excites the two-time NFL most valuable player entering his 14th season with the Patriots but with just one wide receiver who has ever caught a pass from him. Thats Julian Edelman, who had 21 receptions last season but missed minicamp with a foot injury. Brady knows it will take time to develop chemistry with his new receivers but was excited when Amendola made a catch over the middle during an 11-on-11 drill on Tuesday, the first day of minicamp. "It was only one play, and were trying to stack as many of those up as we can," Amendola said. Brady said he had told the receiver what to do. "The first time he didnt quite get it and the second time he got it a little more, but not quite. And finally we nailed it," Brady said. "Hopefully, once you get that feeling of nailing it, you can understand it. "Ive developed some great chemistry with receivers over the years that body language is really important -- when to (stop), when to move, when to give me your eyes, when to give me your hands, all those little cues that youre using to try to anticipate things as players are very important." Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez were quick learners as rookies in 2010 and developed into an excellent tight-end duo. Welker began playing with Brady in 2007 and their communication and precision were outstanding. Amendola, signed as a free agent from the St. Louis Rams, still hasnt caught a pass from Brady in a game. "We havent really had any meaningful action," Brady said. "You learn the most about players when its the hardest and training camp is a good time to develop some of that chemistry and mental toughness as a team. So the more of those guys we have, the better were going to be.dddddddddddd" One of them could be Michael Jenkins, another free-agent addition after seven years in Atlanta and the past two in Minnesota. Hes averaged 39 catches per season and played with the first team during minicamp. The final scheduled practice on Thursday was cancelled. With Brady, its important to be "where youre supposed to be because hes going to get it there," Jenkins said. Two rookie draft choices are missing valuable time doing that. Second-rounder Aaron Dobson and fourth-rounder Josh Boyce have been nursing injuries. "Any player thats not out there is behind," coach Bill Belichick said. But they can keep up in the meeting room. "Its really been a fun group," Brady said. "Its been open to learning and open to understanding how we do things because how we do things is quite a bit different than how other teams do things, both on the field and off the field." There are the highly organized practices, the intricate offensive system and the intolerance for mistakes. Bad plays get a lot more attention than good ones. "Someone is really going to get yelled at on every play," Brady said. "Theres always lowlights when we come in on the next day. Even if it was a great offensive play, (Belichicks) going to yell at someone on the defence. Weve become a bit used to that now and thats part of the learning process and also learning how to play for the Patriots." Belichick couldnt have been upset with Amendolas catch. The quarterback certainly wasnt and showed the same passion hes displayed encouraging teammates on the sideline during games. The foundation built in organized team activities and minicamp carries over to training camp and sets the stage for the regular season. "Everything ends up having some significance to it," Brady said. "Youre not just out here running plays and going through different things that arent going to mean anything. Were out here trying to get a lot of things accomplished." That explains Bradys joy when he and Amendola made their connection. "Watching Tom and being on the outside, you see that fire. You see him get amped up in games. Thats the type of guy you want to play for," Amendola said. "For him to do that in practice, in OTAs (when) were going against each other, our own team, and to have that fire and desire to win is really uplifting." ' ' '

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