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Strotman: Jamil Wilson must become the Marquette heart and soul

When Marquette stepped onto the Virgin Islands Sport & Fitness Center basketball floor to play Ole Miss almost exactly two years ago, expectations were high. The Golden Eagles had won their first three contests by an average of 95-59, were playing efficient basketball and had stars shining through. In those three games, Marquette had three […]

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Junior-college transfers are everything to Buzz Williams, and for good reason. (USA Today)

JUCO transfers come full-circle for Buzz

This is Part 5 of an exclusive six-part series documenting how Marquette head coach Buzz Williams has grown since he took over the helm in 2008. Part I (Sept. 9): Four dusty corners: Where it all began Part II (Sept. 16): Bringing order to a chaotic life, one day at a time Part III (Sept. 24): Buzz Williams: […]

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How Buzz Williams uses Deonte Burton is one of the biggest offseason questions he faces. (USA Today)

The mystery of Marquette’s Deonte Burton

The lack of news each offseason has a way of turning tiny question marks into must-answer situations. It’s the state of the business but does make for intriguing discussion and analysis. Sometimes the questions are answered, and sometimes they aren’t; in the case of freshmen — like this one today — sometimes they don’t need […]

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Jamil Wilson is becoming a complete switchable. (USA Today)

The transformation of Jamil Wilson

When Jamil Wilson arrived on Marquette’s campus three seasons ago, the physical specimen—all 6-foot-7, 210 pounds of switchable—was unlike anything Buzz Williams had ever had at his disposal. Jimmy Butler, Joseph Fulce, Erik Williams and Jae Crowder before him provided Marquette different particulars of the skill set Williams looked for in his face-up forwards. But […]

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Top 2012-13 Performances: No. 9 Jamil Wilson vs. Miami

The top 10 10. Trent Lockett vs. Miami Stat line: 16 pts, 8 reb, 3 blk, 2 ast, 33 min. Quality of opponent: 9/10. Miami came into this Sweet 16 matchup as a solid favorite to advance. They were the ACC regular season and tournament champions, having spent the last two months of the season in the […]

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