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Gorman takes state in football; are Gaels also a lock in basketball?

Mon, Dec 3, 2012 (1:40 p.m.)

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Which of Bishop Gorman's four straight football state championship teams was the best? Does Centennial, or someone else, have a shot at knocking off Gorman in basketball? Join Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer to discuss these questions and more in this episode that bridges the gap between football and basketball seasons.

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  1. It was a good year for football. I believe next year will be better. Gorman will not lose to an in State team. Congrats to Gorman on winning State. Congrats to Liberty for getting there and giving your all.

    Basketball will be interesting. There will be teams that come out and surprise us just like in football.
    Gorman is not as good as they were last year, can some one beat them? Don't know yet.

  2. Gorman Basketball will be just fine. Even though they are Sophmores Blair, Jeter, and Zimmerman will fill in the blanks just fine. They are just as big and more athletic now than last year. The valley remembers Jeter's dad, a monster for UNLV back in the day. His son will become a huge name for Vegas basketball in the near future. The House of Glory is still the place the playoffs run through.