Tag Archives: Brad Autry

Where Marquette stands on its coaching search

Before you read any further, understand there isn’t much information in this article that those of you who have followed us on Twitter don’t already know. We have waited for the dust to settle and for any rumors to take shape, but none have. Since, for the immediate future, it appears nothing formal is going to […]

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Steve Taylor feature on CSNChicago.com

Two of my associates at CSNChicago.com and I were able to follow around Steve Taylor last week to see how the former Simeon star is adjusting to the college life, and how he is using what he learned in Chicago to help make the Golden Eagles one of the top teams in the country. Along […]

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Best 2014 recruiting fits for Marquette

With Selection Sunday now 24 hours away, content will be heavily-focused, if not entirely focused on Marquette’s opponent and results for the next month. After that we’ll have end-of-the-season reports and a look-ahead to next year’s team, so it will be a while until the recruiting trail heats up. With that in mind, we wanted […]

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Fired up: Defense commits to making stops

Buzz Williams’ unique basketball vocabulary the past five years has made the phrase “paint touches” and the words “turkeys” and “switchables” famous within the Marquette basketball circle. After Wednesday night’s performance, a 69-62 win over Seton Hall, it’s time to add “fire” to that list. Marquette’s defense is playing as well as it has all […]

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Cadougan continues his tear in second halves

Junior Cadougan saved Marquette Tuesday night from falling to 0-1 in Big East play, and dropping an all-important home contest, when he drained a 30-foot shot at the buzzer to send the Golden Eagles and UConn into overtime. Cadougan would add three points and an assist in the extra period, and Marquette picked up a […]

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Autry’s clutch decision makes all the difference

The best move coach Brad Autry made all night was one he didn’t make. With Marquette trailing 69-66 with 5.9 seconds to play, Autry, filling in for the suspended Buzz Williams, opted not to call a timeout and draw up a potential game-tying play, instead allowing his players to stay in rhythm and play on. […]

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