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Marial Shayok granted release; what it means for Marquette

Marquette lost its first player in the post-Buzz Williams era when Scout’s Evan Daniels reported that 6-foot-6 forward Marial Shayok had been granted his release from the Golden Eagles. Shayok committed to Marquette in October, signed his national letter of intent a month later and was expected to contribute in his first year in Milwaukee. […]

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Going forward, Marquette must find its Shabazz Napier-type

With every curl he ran off of to perfection, with every 3-pointer he attempted with ease and with every transition attempt he confidently attacked the basket on, Shabazz Napier left those watching Monday’s national championship in more awe than the play before. This wasn’t anything new for Connecticut’s senior point guard, who scored 25 points in a […]

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Marquette players caught in crossfire of coaching search

March 24, 2014. The events of this day have become Marquette folktale. It was the day Marquette spotted, tamed and captured Moby Dick. And by Moby Dick, I mean Virginia Commonwealth head coach Shaka Smart. He was the whale that UCLA couldn’t even lure away last offseason. But the Golden Eagles had. Only they hadn’t. Too […]

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Duane Wilson confident he made the correct decision redshirting

Duane Wilson was upset when Buzz Williams and the Marquette coaching staff suggested he redshirt his freshman season. But after serious contemplation, the backing of his fellow teammates (and an alum) and a refocused vision on the future he now says he made the best decision possible, and he’s ready to get the ball rolling […]

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Steve Taylor reveals truths about knee, playing time

Steve Taylor’s sophomore season was an incredibly frustrating one, and it had nothing to do with how his knee was feeling. The 6-foot-8 forward from Chicago logged nine DNP’s in his second season at Marquette, and logged double-digit minutes in just six of the Golden Eagles’ last 26 games. During the season it was presumed […]

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