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Power Rankings: Marquette Sports Journalists

While stuck on a train in some severe weather last week, I saw that Jen Lada, a Marquette alum, was moving from CSN Chicago to ESPN. Not Marquette basketball news, per se, but interesting nonetheless. That got me thinking, though, at just what a powerhouse Marquette was in the sports journalism field, relative to its […]

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Relationships, work ethic make Wojo the perfect fit

The greatest team Steve Wojciechowski has ever been a part of has never won a basketball game. They don’t wear jerseys. They never play in front of one of the nation’s most rabid fan bases or inside one of the most iconic home courts in the country. They don’t fight for conference titles, cut down nets or hoist trophies at […]

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Twitter Reactions to Buzz Williams’ departure from MU

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Four dusty corners: Where it all began

The story of who Brent Williams was, is and always will be begins with four dusty corners. After graduating eighth grade, a 13-year-old go-getter from Van Alstyne, Tex., found work in his hometown to earn cash. Money was tight, and Williams understood at an early age that hard labor around town was the only way to […]

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Why was the Sweet 16 not good enough for Buzz?

Buzz Williams surprised a lot of people during Marquette Madness last season proclaiming that the Sweet 16 wasn’t good enough anymore, as seen in the video above. Without further comment, here’s what Buzz had to say about that earlier this summer at the Marquette BBQ. “I thought that our returning players were beginning to think […]

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Marquette transfer table

Not all transfers are created equal, as four of these players never made it to the first day of fall classes. So while the “transfer” label may not exactly fit, they still make it into our table of players to leave Buzz Williams and Marquette. (We also didn’t include Juan Anderson and Jake Thomas as […]

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