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Archive | January, 2017
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Marquette at St. John’s Preview

Well it’s Marquette basketball alright. Fans experienced the indescribable euphoria of coming back and knocking off the #1 team in the nation…only to reach a new low of losing to a substandard Providence squad on their own court a few short days later. In terms of tournament resume, the Providence loss was the worst one […]

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What Marquette’s Losses Have in Common

High average height, experienced point guards, and slow tempo is the correct answer. The only exceptions to the rule are Seton Hall, whose adjusted tempo is just outside the top third of division 1, and Butler, who has a short player at the 2 position, but makes up for it with the massive Kelan Martin […]

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What does the Nova win mean for Marquette?

On Jan 22, 2013, an 11-7 Villanova team topped No. 5 Louisville at home, coming back late to notch it’s first victory over a top-5  opponent in almost two years. Nova had endured a string of difficult seasons consecutively, culminating the previous year with a 13-19 record. While coach Jay Wright had the full backing […]

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Best Court Storming Videos From Upset of Villanova

For those of us not in attendance, or those who can’t stop re-living it, I thought I’d put up a place to put some of the best first person videos up. If you have any I’m missing, whether they be from Snapchat, Twitter or YouTube, hit us up on Twitter and we’ll keep updating this.  […]

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Greska: Down goes Nova, I still can’t believe it

So I’m sitting in my kitchen at halftime of the game, feeding my kids raisins and making sure the dog didn’t snatch any of them. 8 PM start times are always rough in our house, as I help put our kids to bed at 9. Marquette was down 15, looking quite flat and I was […]

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