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Marquette to Benefit From One of the First Non-Football Collectives

If you’ve followed any college sports outlet the past month or so, you probably have seen and read more about NIL and portals and collectives than your eyes and brain know what to do with. It’s been absolutely everywhere despite the men’s basketball season ending a month ago. You can’t escape it. But for the […]

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Where did MU falter? Transition Defense

Following a thorough late night victory over Villanova on Feb 2, the 2nd win over the Big East’s standard bearer in 2 weeks, Marquette was sitting at 16-7, 8-4 in Big East play and dreaming of just high the ceiling for this team could be. It wasn’t just that it beat Nova twice, it was […]

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Big East Roster Tracker

Having trouble keeping track of who’s graduated, who’s taking a COVID year, and who’s going pro within Marquette’s Big East brethern…not to mention staying up to date on transfer madness? Paint Touches has you covered. We’ll be tracking the comings and goings of every team in the Holyland of Hoops with updates every few days. […]

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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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