SPOKANE, Washington (Ticker) -- Gonzaga's depth is about to get tested.
Cory Violette scored 21 points as the 18th-ranked Bulldogs - playing without key players - routed Montana, 88-67, in their final non-conference tuneup.
Gonzaga will head into West Coast Conference play without starting forward Tony Skinner and reserve center Richard Fox, who are sidelined indefinitely with injuries suffered in Wednesday's rout of Eastern Washington.
Skinner broke a bone in his right hand three minutes into the game, while Fox underwent surgery to repair an injured meniscus.
Both players were not missed against Montana as the Bulldogs (10-2) pulled away in the second half. Gonzaga has won 32 of its last 33 non-conference games at "The Kennel."
Kamarr Davis scored 13 points for Montana (3-9), which has dropped seven straight.
Ronny Turiaf and freshman Adam Morrison added 13 points apiece for the Bulldogs, who have won 10 in a row.
Gonzaga shot 42 percent from the field (24-of-57) but feasted at the foul line, making 33-of-43 free throws. Montana was just 12-of-18 from the line.
Turiaf also grabbed 13 rebounds for the Bulldogs, who dominated the boards, 40-19, including 15-3 on the offensive end.
Errol Knight started for Skinner and chipped in 12 points and Blake Stepp added 1l for the Bulldogs.
After opening a 43-30 halftime lead, Gonzaga started the second half with a 21-4 spurt and built a 64-34 cushion on a 3-pointer by Morrison with 12:14 remaining.