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Power Rankings: Marquette Sports Journalists

While stuck on a train in some severe weather last week, I saw that Jen Lada, a Marquette alum, was moving from CSN Chicago to ESPN. Not Marquette basketball news, per se, but interesting nonetheless. That got me thinking, though, at just what a powerhouse Marquette was in the sports journalism field, relative to its […]

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A History of Bromance: Jimmy Butler and Mark Wahlberg

Jimmy Butler’s rise from homeless teenager to NBA All-Star has been a made-for-the-big-screen tale based on hard work and skill. It’s no wonder he was signed by Jordan, increased his brand value, and became a household name.  Jimmy Butler’s friendship with Mark Wahlberg isn’t quite as easy to explain.   With Entourage hitting theaters this weekend […]

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

Jimmy Butler’s playoff heroics for Chicago

It’s a slow time of the year right now for Marquette basketball, so sometimes throwing up a few highlights of a former player is what passes for content. It may not be terribly informing, but my goodness, was it fun to watch, particularly if you were a Bulls fan.  Jimmy Butler scored 31 points, a […]

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NCAA Free Agent Tracker: 5/7/15

Paint Touches will be keeping the Marquette faithful updated with the Free Agent Tracker, a continuously updated report on all the immediately eligible transfers with the resume to possibly deserve a call from Coach Wojo.

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Steve Taylor to transfer from Marquette

In a rather shocking Tweet, Marquette announced Steve Taylor would be transferring from the program. #mubb's Steve Taylor Jr. leaving program & will transfer. Appeared in 90 career games for MU in 3 yrs. pic.twitter.com/M1ZJmWTs0J — MarquetteMBB (@MarquetteMBB) March 18, 2015 Taylor will be a senior next season, and will have to sit out a […]

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