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Know Thy Enemy: NJIT

Well, Saturday was unpleasant. The stunning home loss to the Mavericks of Nebraska-Omaha was a cruel splash of cold water, wrenching fans from long-shot dreams of the NCAA tournament to the nightmarish possibility of a season even worse than the 2013-’14 campaign. Many are no longer looking at Marquette’s next matchup as an easy cupcake […]

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Know Thy Enemy: Nebraska-Omaha

On Tuesday night, Marquette nation was left unsure of what to think. It was an eleven point loss…that was probably closer to a 20 point loss. But fans saw some really good moments from the still developing Golden Eagles. #freestevetaylor destroyed the Ohio State zone. The Marquette ‘D’ forced 13 first half turnovers. And perhaps […]

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NCAA Tourney sites selected with MU implications

It’s never too early to think about the NCAA Tournament, even if that means looking ahead a year or two (or three). That’s why when the NCAA announced the hosting sites for the 1st/2nd rounds as well as the regionals for the 2016, 2017 and 2018 tourneys, Twitter took full notice. There was a lot of info […]

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Anderson, Johnson shine in season opener

Three takeaways from tonight’s 79-63 win over UT-Martin: Juan Anderson finally looks comfortable. It has been a tough three years for the former top-100 recruit. He started his career by being suspended three games for accepting a free playoff ticket for a Milwaukee Brewers playoff game and missed another game with a shoulder injury. He […]

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Ten burning questions going into the new season

When someone asks how Marquette will do this year, this is all you need to say: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I don’t know. You don’t know. Heck, the staff doesn’t even know. There are simply too many unknowns to make a definitive prediction. So instead of posting a preview full of conjecture and uninformed opinion, let’s just spell […]

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