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Archive | August, 2013

Breaking down a Marquette offseason workout video

I don’t know about you guys, but we’re dying here. There’s only so much analysis you can do off conjecture and imagination. The season can’t come soon enough. As a result, we’re forced to make lemonade out of orange peels with posts such as these.  It’s no secret Marquette’s offseason program with strength and conditioning […]

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The shoes Jajuan Johnson is set to fill

Through six recruiting classes Buzz Williams has been a master of balancing classes. The roster he took over in 2008 was terribly tilted, and a half dozen junior-college transfers later it was smooth sailing, to put it both lightly and briefly — consider an entire recruiting class left when Tom Crean left for Indiana and […]

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Pro-Am video highlights from Midwest Ballers

If you want something done right, leave it to the professionals. When it comes to highlight reels of local action, no one does it better than the guys over at Midwest Ballers. Here are some of Marquette players’ highlights at the Milwaukee Pro-Am courtesy of Midwest Ballers. It’s true that these glorified pick-up won’t tell […]

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Milwaukee Pro-Am August 3-4 photo gallery

Once again, a huge thanks goes out to Ryan Messier for the great images so be sure to click on them to see them in full screen mode.

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Why was the Sweet 16 not good enough for Buzz?

Buzz Williams surprised a lot of people during Marquette Madness last season proclaiming that the Sweet 16 wasn’t good enough anymore, as seen in the video above. Without further comment, here’s what Buzz had to say about that earlier this summer at the Marquette BBQ. “I thought that our returning players were beginning to think […]

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Steve Taylor hopes to be back to practice by Aug. 25

A month after finishing a rather successful freshman campaign, Steve Taylor went under the knife for an elective surgery to remove a benign growth on his right knee and was given a timetable of three to four months for his recovery time. Almost three months to the day later, Steve Taylor still isn’t back to full […]

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