Tag Archives: LSU

Reliving the 23-game home win streak

On Feb. 11, 2012, Mick Cronin stood at the podium inside Marquette’s media room and said he would “bet anyone a hot dog” the Golden Eagles wouldn’t lose another home game all year. Little did Cronin know that Marquette would wind up winning 16 more games in the Bradley Center (and BMO Harris Bradley Center), […]

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Mayo returns looking to prove his loyalty

When Todd Mayo jogged over to the scorer’s table following a Jamil Wilson foul that created an official’s timeout at the under-16 mark, hardly anyone noticed. Coming out of the timeout, Mayo’s appearance on the Al McGuire Court for the first time in almost nine months came as a shock. Many thought Mayo would play […]

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Marquette hangs on for an 84-80 win over LSU

Marquette produced much more of a complete effort on offense Saturday afternoon, rebounding from a brutal loss at Green Bay on Wednesday with a 84-80 win over LSU. Davante Gardner led the team with 19 points and the Golden Eagles shot 49.1 percent from the field. Marquette (8-3) made its first three shots and seven […]

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Ranking Marquette’s non-conference opponents

Big East foes are familiar, but what about Marquette’s non-conference schedule? Marquette will play 13 games before the Big East season begins, with 11 of those confirmed (two rounds of the Maui Invitational are not). Here’s a look at Marquette’s 13 out-of-conference opponents and which teams pose the biggest threats to the Golden Eagles. 1. […]

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Five Point Play V11: LSU loss and non-conference evaluations

Marquette will take on Wisconsin-Milwaukee tonight in hopes of rebounding from its first loss of the year, a Monday night takedown at the hands of LSU, 67-59. The Golden Eagles have two non-conference tilts remaining, home games against Milwaukee and Vanderbilt, before the Big East season begins. In this week’s Five Point Play, writers took […]

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