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All the Vines that are fit to post

Marquette couldn’t keep up with Georgetown in overtime, but did leave us with a plethora of viral content. Derrick puts Paul White on a poster Derrick Wilson catches Isaac Copeland #posterized https://t.co/kHRIkFjNBY — Rob Dauster (@RobDauster) January 24, 2015 GET UP! Derrick Wilson with the HUGE JAM for @MarquetteMBB! #BIGEAST http://t.co/OGNBfmFQ98 — FOX Sports 1 (@FOXSports1) […]

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Know Thy Enemy: St. John’s

Marquette heads to Madison Square Garden for a matchup with the St. John’s Red Storm Wednesday night. Both squads are coming off some of the toughest losses of their seasons. Marquette was a missed bunny by Luke Fischer away from knocking off Xavier in Cincinnati. The Red Storm led Depaul for virtually the entire game […]

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Video and links from Carlino’s game winner

It’s cool to hear the call by Homer and Mac along with the visuals. Non Partisan analysis Twitter reactions From the JS Analysis by FS Wisconsin Below is Carlino’s post-game interview, where he talks up the Big East and then some Here is MUTV’s recap: Henry Ellenson couldn’t help but chime in: Game winner !!! […]

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Butler may be a Bull now, he will always be a Warrior though.

Web dimes: recapping a busy week of #mubb news

Marquette’s season has had its fair share of ups and downs already, but there has been one constant: content. It seems like every time I log into Twitter, there is some new, interesting article, Vine, Tweet, you name it. Sometimes, it can get a bit overwhelming, so we bring you a concise place to recap […]

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What’s up with Duane Wilson?

There’s no way to sugarcoat it. Duane Wilson is in one hell of an offensive slump. The 6-foot-3 redshirt freshman from Milwaukee was one of the biggest bright spots in the early goings of the Marquette season. He made acrobatic drives, drilled deep threes, was automatic from the charity stripe, and was an electrifying playmaker […]

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