INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Now comes the hard part for Gonzaga. Less than 16 hours after walking off the floor with one of the most scintillating wins in the game’s history, the barely-still-undefeated Bulldogs returned to the practice court to get ready for the national championship game. Their opponent, Baylor, is rested, ready and waiting for a challenge. The meeting Monday is one most hoops fans have waited for all year. It’s a matchup between two teams who have been on a collision course since the bracket came out. No need for extra motivation here. But how do the Zags move on after that? Jalen Suggs’ shot from just inside of halfcourt beat UCLA at the buzzer Saturday night and was still the talk of basketball a day later.