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2018 Transfer Tracker: April 17th Edition

Welcome to Paint Touches’ 2018 Transfer Tracker. This list is our attempt at making sense of the hundreds of transfers that are bound to occur in the 2018 offseason. Every player on this list is a traditional transfer, which is to say that they will need to sit out the 2018-2019 season. If you’re looking […]

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2018 NCAA Free Agent Tracker: 4/21 Edition

It’s back and better than ever! Welcome to the NCAA Free Agent Tracker. This is Paint Touches’ fourth year of covering the NCAA basketball graduate transfer market. Every player listed here is eligible for either the Graduate Transfer Exception or the Graduate Transfer Waiver, meaning they will be immediately eligible for their new teams in […]

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How did MU perform according to expectation in ’18?

I make a note of rounding up all the preseason projections before the season starts, to be able to gauge what the national, unbiased consensus is and to be able to measure against at the end of the season. And although there are still a few games remaining that will have minimal impact on the final […]

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Greska: Playing Hauser was dumb and dangerous

(Editor’s note: Marquette declined to make Steve Wojciechowski available for an interview.) The biggest story from last night’s season-ending defeat came via the acknowledgement from Marquette that Sam Hauser would require surgery to repair a hip injury that had been bothering him since before the start of the season, and that the recovery would take […]

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Big East NCAA Tournament Shares

I’ve long been fascinated with the financial aspect of sports, but particularly as it pertains to Marquette. Not everyone’s cup of tea, I know, but it can be very difficult to track down information at both a macro (NCAA) and micro (MU) level. So in the interest of serving the public interest, I thought I’d […]

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Time to pad the record books

I spent a bit of time Sunday going over how a deep NIT run could help Marquette next season, but while we’re over here grasping at NIT branded straws, I do think getting a few extra games against decent match-ups is going to do wonders for the record books. The Treys Amigos are already sneaking […]

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