Tag Archives: Markus Howard

Markus Howard’s case for Big East Player of the Year

With Marquette sitting under .500 in conference play, and a 5th place Big East finish being the best result available with only 1 game left in the regular season, it seems like many Marquette fans have all but cancelled Markus Howard from being in consideration for Big East Player of the Year. Ain’t nobody voting […]

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On cusp of Fiserv farewell, Markus marks his masterpiece

Of the 100 or so posts I’ve put up over the last 4 years, I’d hazard a guess that Markus Howard was prominently involved in at least half of them. There are no shortage of words on him, and when we’re talking about the most prolific scorer in Marquette history, I think it’s safe to […]

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Markus, MU have a big, short and midrange problem

If you have a Twitter, like well made informative charts, and don’t follow @jgtrends on Twitter, you’re really missing out on some of the most insightful advanced metrics in college basketball as a whole. Yesterday in particular, he put out this chart of the points each shot has been worth to top-25 teams this year, […]

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Wojo to Howard: “You don’t have to go it alone”

With a little over 14 minutes to go in Sunday’s game against Butler, Markus Howard, fresh off missing a tough stepback 3, drove a congested lane and forced up a tough shot that was blocked out of bounds. This is a fairly common occurance, and doesn’t usually merit striping down and posting online, but this […]

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Is Markus Howard clutch?

Fans tend to make generalizations on limited data, but upon further review, Markus is as clutch as the next best Big East player.

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How to lose a game in 10 plays

Losing a giftwrapped game takes a lot of work. Here’s the 10 plays that did the heavy lifting.

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