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Tag Archives: Marquette

Big East Tiers: 1/22/18 edition

With a month of Big East play behind us, we are now in a position where we can be more confident that teams are not just flukes. There will still be plenty of movement by the end of the season, but small sample size isn’t really applicable any more. As always, this chart and all stats […]

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Big East Tiers: 1/15/18 edition

With 3 weeks of Big East play under the belt, we’re still in the smallish sample size theater, where lopsided wins can result in significant movement, but far enough in to where changes are subtle for the most part. As always, this chart and all stats come from TRank.  Here is what the map looks […]

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Notes on Elliott, Rowsey and Pirate Plunder

Tuesday night’s game was as complete a game as Marquette has played all season, maybe even in Wojo’s tenure. It wasn’t just blowing the the doors off a very good team, it was controlling every facet of the game and being able to not only withstand the Seton Hall charges, but counterpunch with twice the […]

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Big East Tiers: 1/8/18 edition

We have 2 weeks of Big East play under our belts, so figured it was time to bust out the old TRank efficiency maps and see how the Tiers were progressing since the last time we checked back in December. Here is what the map looks like on the morning of 1/18/2018: Tier 1 – […]

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How unlikely was Marquette’s win at Providence?

By now, I’m sure you’ve gotten your fill of Markus Howard articles, and lost in the (much deserved) hoopla, was just how stunning Marquette’s win actually was. No, Providence wasn’t a title contender and uber favorite, and it was missing one if it’s best players, but just based on the pure numbers, it was one […]

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