Few will not be able to attend Gonzaga’s “Kraziness in the Kennel” this Saturday. Additionally, he will suspended for the Bulldogs’ two exhibition games and season opener.
Gonzaga is not currently scheduled to have Few on the sidelines until Nov. 13 against Texas.
Few has already released a statement on his three-game suspension. As you’d expect, he apologized for the decisions he made back in September.
“I have had a month to reflect on the regretful decisions I made on Sept. 6,” Few wrote. “I again offer my sincere apology and I remain committed to learning from this mistake. As a consequence of my error in judgment, I will not be present at Kraziness in the Kennel and the first three games of our season. I know this impacts our student-athletes and the coaching staff as we begin the season. I understand the severity of my actions and am sorry for the impact this consequence has on our team. Thank you again to those who have supported me, my family, and our program throughout this process.”
Inbox: @ZagMBB coach Mark Few will miss Kennel Kraziness tonight, two exhibitions (Oct. 31 and Nov. 9) and opener against Dixie State (Nov. 9) before returning to bench for @TexasMBB game on Nov. 13 due to his DUI. Here is his statement on the matter: pic.twitter.com/1U8lil2pFI
— Andy Katz (@TheAndyKatz) October 9, 2021
According to the police, Few was pulled over after officers received a report that he was driving erratically and speeding. Few then provided breath samples of .119 and .120 – both over the legal limit of .08.
Since taking over as the head coach of the Bulldogs in 1999, Few has won 630 games and has proven that he can consistently take the program to the NCAA tournament.