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Player Grades: Marquette at Georgetown

Vander Blue (7 pts, 5 reb, 2 ast) Uncharacteristically missed two free throws early on, and it seemed to shake his confidence the rest of the half. He made a couple terrible passes that led to Hoya lay-ups and only attacked the basket a handful of times, settling for long threes on which he was […]

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Defined roles allow March focus to take center stage

The calendar won’t turn to March for another 18 days. Marquette will play eight times before heading to New York for the Big East Tournament and an eighth straight NCAA Tournament appearance. But the Golden Eagles’ self-proclaimed “March focus” has them in position to make an extended run that, earlier in the season, didn’t seem […]

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Player Grades: Marquette vs DePaul

Vander Blue (18 pts, 3 reb, 2 ast) You can tell Blue has taken it to the next level when he has a quiet game and still scores 18. Vander had one nice pull-up jumper in the first but did most of his damage from the paint and at the line.  One mark “against” Vander […]

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Blue, Cadougan lead Golden Eagles past DePaul

DePaul hung around for a half, but Junior Cadougan and company were simply too much as Marquette won its second straight game, 89-78, over the Blue Demons Saturday afternoon. Cadougan finished with 17 points, scoring 13 of Marquette’s 20 points at one point. Many of those shots came on layups after getting by defenders with […]

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DePaul Scouting Report: Blue Demons quick on O, slow on D

On the heels of its most impressive win of the season, Marquette looks to keep their hot shooting and Big East Championship hopes alive and well with a home matchup against DePaul tomorrow afternoon. As is the case most years, it’s about finding silver linings and the small victories with the Blue Demons. Sitting at […]

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Player Grades: Marquette at South Florida

Vander Blue (13 pts, 2 reb, 1 ast) Thankfully Vander didn’t land two inches further on his big dunk in the first half, as that was an ankle sprain ready to happen under the the basket. He didn’t go off on the Bulls like he did last week, but he didn’t need to. Blue let […]

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