Tag Archives: Chris Otule
Thanks for everything, Chris.

Strotman: Thank you for everything, Chris Otule

I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. Early in the 2009-10 school year I had been asked by three fellow students to write for MarquetteScout.com, and I jumped at the opportunity. As a sophomore majoring in journalism, the chance to cover the school’s major sport in a, more or less, official capacity was a […]

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How Chris Otule won the game for Marquette Saturday

Chris Otule won the game for Marquette Saturday afternoon. Look at the box score and you’ll see he only scored 12 points and had four rebounds — all on the offensive end — in the game. He also missed his three free throw attempts in Marquette’s 96-94 win over DePaul. Don’t tell Buzz Williams that […]

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

A healthy Steve Taylor making a difference for MU

Steve Taylor’s sophomore season began as nothing short of a nightmare. He was riding the momentum of a strong end to his freshman season, going 12-for-23 and grabbing 27 rebounds in his final seven regular season games, showing off the size, versatility and bounce that made him a consensus top-100 2013 recruit and three-time state […]

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Deonte Burton is carving himself out quite a niche with Marquette. (USA Today)

Five keys: Marquette seeking quality win vs. Villanova

Marquette faces its first true home test in nearly two months this afternoon against No. 4 Villanova, and it’s hoping the results are better this time around. The last ranked opponent Marquette hosted at the Bradley Center was No. 10 Ohio State, which ended in an embarrassing 52-35 loss. The Golden Eagles have improved since […]

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Todd Mayo has been stellar in isolation sets this season. (Paint Touches)

Why Todd Mayo is what the MU offense needs

It’s difficult to determine exactly where Todd Mayo has improved in his junior season. The per-40 minute numbers are up in every major statistical category, and his percentages are improved from even his freshman season — his 3-point percentage stands at 32.6 percent, slightly worse than his 33 percent mark in 2011-12. His defensive rating […]

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