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Top 55 Players in the Big East: #15-1

For the past four years, Paint Touches has been counting down the top 50 players in the Big East. It started as my personal opinion and over time it grew to the point of having representatives from each of our Big East bloggin’ brethren contribute to the rankings for a truly neutral picture of the […]

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Top 55 Players in the Big East: #30-16

For the past four years, Paint Touches has been counting down the top 50 players in the Big East. It started as my personal opinion and over time it grew to the point of having representatives from each of our Big East bloggin’ brethren contribute to the rankings for a truly neutral picture of the […]

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Top 55 Players in the Big East: #55-31

For the past four years, Paint Touches has been counting down the top 50 players in the Big East. It started as my personal opinion and over time it grew to the point of having representatives from each of our Big East bloggin’ brethren contribute to the rankings for a truly neutral picture of the […]

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WAY Too Early Bracketology – Fall 2020

Normally we here at Paint Touches release our WAY too early Bracketology some time during the dog days of summer. This project started as a dorky way for me to pass the time between the National Championship and Marquette Madness. I mean what would you rather do? Spend endless hours entering data into a homemade […]

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Greska: Marquette’s new Jordan uniforms are, well, it’s complicated

While every team has uniforms and a good number of them release new or special unis every year that get media attention, it’s not a homer bias to say that Marquette’s history with uniform sets it apart from just about every other NCAA basketball team. I don’t have to go through it with you in […]

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There’s never been a better time for the CBB Champion’s League

Not this again, you’re muttering to yourself. I get it, I get it. My lonely crusade to “soccerfy” the non-conference portion of the college basketball season has pretty much been met with shrugged shoulders from fans and media alike. But it’s different now. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the sporting world on its head, and […]

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