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MU sinks like the Titanic at the Big East tournament

Marquette had never been better than a five-seed at the Big East Championship. It had never boasted the Big East Player of the Year. It never had two players named first team all-conference since the program entered conference play in the 1989-1990 season. But this season Marquette had it all. It was the consensus No. […]

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Jae, DJO and Buzz post game

Q: Any real positives that come out of tonight’s game or was tonight one of those games you’ve got to get rid of right away? Jae Crowder: We got a chance to build on it going into the tournament. Look at the mistakes we made and try to learn from it, so it’s a lot […]

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MU stumbles its way to an early exit in New York

Turnovers and offensive rebounds were the difference in No. 9 Marquette’s 84-71 loss to Louisville in the quarterfinals of the Big East Championship tournament on Thursday night. Marquette (25-7) turned the ball over 26 times and allowed the Cardinals (24-9) to grab 26 offensive rebounds in the loss. Both numbers were a season high in […]

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Zone defense unkind to MU

It’s a little known fact that Marquette likes to get out and run. Most people view Marquette as a a half-court, methodical team. Kidding. Marquette doesn’t like to play in the half-court. Nor does it like to play methodically. And combating a zone takes place in the half-court and forces an offense to play methodical. […]

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Buzz Williams audio prior to Senior Day 2012

Buzz Williams met with the media Friday afternoon and talked about the Georgetown game and what Jae Crowder and Darius Johnson-Odom have meant to him and the program.

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