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Archive | March, 2013

Heroic freshman season will define Cadougan

Junior Cadougan likely will be remembered for his buzzer-beating heroics earlier this year against Connecticut, which eventually became the difference in Marquette clinching a share of the Big East title for the first time. But now that Cadougan’s collegiate career has ended, a reflection on his marvelous four-year career reveals that his most impressive season […]

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Syracuse 55, Marquette 39: Player grades

Junior Cadougan: It was tough to watch Marquette’s senior point guard go out the way he did, but simply put he couldn’t stay in front of Michael Carter-Williams, and shot just 1-of-8 with two assists and three turnovers on offense. Marquette went as Cadougan went all season, and tonight that meant an ugly loss and […]

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Twitter Reactions to Marquette’s loss to Syracuse

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The adjective I use to describe Marquette

When you’ve covered Marquette for as long as I have–the last four seasons, to be exact–it becomes difficult to find different ways to describe the team. Since Midnight Madness on Oct. 12 this publication has written 243 stories, analyses, columns and features (this being the 244th), so I consider myself well-versed in the use of […]

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Synergy: Marquette must excel playing zone, get paint touches

After perhaps its most impressive performance of the season, and certainly its most clutch, Marquette will face fourth-seeded Syracuse with a chance to earn a trip to the Final Four in Atlanta. The Golden Eagles implemented a perfect defense against Miami’s pick-and-roll action, limiting Miami to 16 first-half points on their way to a 71-61 […]

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