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Which conference is best at the top?

This is weird. I see probably 10 separate links a day on Twitter about bubbles and bubble teams and who might be dancing and who might be pouting and, for the second consecutive year, scroll right on past them. Marquette is headed straight for the gym, so there’s not much catching up I need to […]

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Hard work behind the rise of Sacar Anim

Marquette University added a high-quality 2015 recruit today when senior wing Sacar Anim of DeLaSalle High School (Minneapolis, Minnesota) announced his commitment to play for Coach Wojo. Just 17 years old, the 6’4” Anim is an all-around and versatile player who makes an impact on both sides of the court.  DeLaSalle has won three consecutive […]

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Re-watching the final 5 minutes of MU vs. Georgetown

I know, I know, it’s been over 48 hours since the Marquette vs. Georgetown game ended, time to move on. But I can’t. Despite having played in three-consecutive one-possession games prior to Saturday’s thriller, this one was different. There wasn’t a true sense of closure and I keep replaying moments in my mind. I needed […]

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Solving the MU buzzer beating controversy

No, it’s not the one that everyone was talking about. I don’t have any other angles of the Carlino buzzer-beater, sorry. But Georgetown had a buzzer-beater of their own in the first half that turned out to be a big difference in the game. Check the video below, starting at the 1:40 mark. I’m not […]

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How ‘clutch’ are Marquette’s point guards?

With 20 seconds to go and Marquette down two against Creighton, I asked on Twitter who would get the last shot. The few responses I got pointed to Matt Carlino, who would go on to make those responders look wise.  Having not looked some stats a few days before, I figured he would get the last […]

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