Once again, it looks like Gonzaga and the rest in the West Coast Conference. But before fawning over Mark Few’s latest national contender, it’s a good idea to remember that many programs in this league have at one time or another lived in the high-rent district of college basketball. Some historic teams and names associated with the WCC have nothing to do with Gonzaga. There was a time when San Francisco was the dominant name in the sport. Bill Russell-led Dons teams won a pair of national titles in the 1950s and for nearly 20 years held a record believed almost as untouchable as Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak: USF’s 60-game win streak stood alone until John Wooden’s UCLA Bruins broke the record in 1973.