Tag Archives: Buzz Williams
Last year's Marquette-Ohio State contest didn't go so well. (USA Today)

Strotman: Saying goodbye to Paint Touches

A little more than three years ago I walked down to the basement of Johnston Hall and proposed an idea to one my fellow reporters at the Marquette Tribune, Andrei Greska: Launch a website where the student reporters covering the men’s basketball team could write additional stories as a complement to the articles we published in the […]

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Travis Diener then (2004) and now (2014).  (Photos courtesy of Marquette Athletics)

Travis Diener bridging Marquette past to present

You could find just about any type of person imaginable in New York City during Super Bowl weekend in the first weekend in February of this year. What with this country’s biggest sporting event merging with its biggest city, there was no shortage of questionable, charismatic or downright crazy characters. But walking those busy streets was […]

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Bill Scholl named Marquette’s new Athletic Director

Marquette has one less vacancy in its administrative team after tapping Bill Scholl to be the new Athletic Director. Scholl is currently the AD at Ball State but will take over duties in Milwaukee in mid-October, according to Marquette’s announcement. He began his tenure there in 2012 after spending 23 years at Notre Dame.  From Marquette’s […]

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Photo by Ryan Messier

Players saw little shooting improvement under Buzz

In case you missed it, we came out of summer hibernation and posted a story yesterday on Marquette assistant coach Brett Nelson. Out of the 1000 or so words written, the most feedback we heard was on a quote three paragraphs from the end on everyone’s favorite player, Derrick Wilson. “He’s never shot like that in his […]

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Steve Taylor's healthy emergence has done wonders for Marquette. (USA Today)

How Marquette stacks up against Big East rebounding

If you’ve been paying attention this offseason, you’re well aware that Marquette enters the 2014-15 with serious concerns on the glass. After touting one of the most talented frontcourts in the Big East last season, finishing fourth in rebounds per game, gone are senior starters Chris Otule and Jamil Wilson, sixth man Davante Gardner as […]

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