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Tag Archives: Milwaukee

NCAA Tourney sites selected with MU implications

It’s never too early to think about the NCAA Tournament, even if that means looking ahead a year or two (or three). That’s why when the NCAA announced the hosting sites for the 1st/2nd rounds as well as the regionals for the 2016, 2017 and 2018 tourneys, Twitter took full notice. There was a lot of info […]

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Strotman: Saying goodbye to Paint Touches

A little more than three years ago I walked down to the basement of Johnston Hall and proposed an idea to one my fellow reporters at the Marquette Tribune, Andrei Greska: Launch a website where the student reporters covering the men’s basketball team could write additional stories as a complement to the articles we published in the […]

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Brett Nelson looking to make Marquette home

The life of a college assistant coach is anything but sedentary. Whether it’s a head coaching change at the previous institution, poor performance or simply a leap towards the next step in the coaching dream, moving from house to house, city to city and state to state often, is part of the job. Even by those […]

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Steve Wojciechowski and his perfect Marquette record

I ran into a friend last weekend who doubles as a college basketball enthusiast, and he wanted to know about Marquette. I admitted I hadn’t been as on the beat in recent months as I would have liked, as the summer of Carmelo Anthony had taken up most of my time in Chicago and my […]

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Is Marquette a bad job? Does ESPN have editors?

Myron Medcalf wrote a thing on bad coaching jobs for ESPN today and threw Marquette in there. I bit, as I had never heard anyone say MU was a bad coaching job, and wanted to see the logic behind it.  There wasn’t any. No, seriously, this piece makes Mike Hunt’s blog posts look like Pulitzer […]

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2013 Scion Dental Milwaukee Pro-Am preview

The Scion Dental Milwaukee Pro-Am will kick off tomorrow night in Greenfield, marking the first time since the Golden Eagles were knocked out of the NCAA Tournament that they will take the court in a public setting. Let’s jump right into everything you need to know about this year’s Pro-Am. Rosters The NCAA allows for […]

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