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Two years ago, when the Zags finished 37-2 and advanced to the title game before losing to North Carolina, Josh Perkins was a redshirt sophomore sharing point guard duties alongside Nigel Williams-Goss.
The Zags don't lack for talent anywhere on the roster.
Even as the 'Zags reject being called a mid-major, we continue to embrace them for that very reason.
The program has evolved since first capturing our imagination in 1999, when he was an assistant coach and the current 'Zags were in grammar school.
Schools are erecting giant banners outside their gates depicting children lying down on yellow zig zag road markings.
The banners are the result of photography carried out next to a school in Sandfields, Swansea when traffic was cleared so children could be snapped lying on the warning zig zag signs.
However, a spokesman for St Charles Primary said: "Over the past two years staff at the school have voiced concern about Mr Findlay parking his car on zig- zag lines outside the school.
So far, Few has resisted the urge to leave Spokane, where he's built a really nice program, "found a very unique niche that has worked out great." The 'Zags have been to the Elite Eight, and the Sweet 16.
Wednesday afternoon, Few answered reporters' questions about having a national following, and whether for all their success, the 'Zags still needed to break through (and get to the Final Four), and if he could identify a turning point that took the program from dominating the West Coast Conference to "a team that can play with and beat anybody in men's college basketball."
The Zags fell a game short of the Final Four in 1999 and made the Sweet Sixteen the next two seasons, and last year they played one of the most memorable games in tournament history, losing to Arizona 96-95 in double overtime of a second-round game.