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Marquette at Creighton Preview

Wow. Few games can claim to be as big of a gut check as the disaster at the Hinkle. Marquette fans got treated to a first half of Marquette playing about as close to their ceiling as possible. The offense was humming and the defense actually looked good. Not just passable but truly good defense. […]

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Marquette at Butler Preview

It may have been against the Depaul Blue Doormats, but a blowout of that proportion certainly felt good. The 25-point margin of victory was the largest in BE play during the Wojo era. In fact, it was the largest margin of victory in a Big East game in almost 6 years. Marquette blew out none […]

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Marquette vs. Fresno State Preview

Probable Starters: 1: Jaron Hopkins: 6-6 205 lb RSJR SG: 31.3 mpg, 14.4 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 2.7 apg, 2.9 spg, 0.4 bpg, 3.1 tpg, .517 FG%, .556 FT%, .100 3P 2: Jahmel Taylor: 6-0 175 lb JR PG: 31.7 mpg, 13.1 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 1.6 apg, 1.3 spg, 0.1 bpg, 1.4 tpg, .500 FG%, .737 […]

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Marquette vs. Western Carolina Preview

As expected, Marquette thoroughly gorged itself on its double helping of cupcakes from the past week. What was a little more unexpected was two consecutive 100 point performances, a feat that had not been achieved in this decade by a Marquette squad. The offense seems to be humming along though the defense has some very […]

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Marquette vs. Howard Preview

Well that was fun. It could easily be argued that Friday night’s beatdown of Vanderbilt was the most enjoyable game that Marquette fans have been treated to in the Wojo era. It is safe to say that for many fans, their expectations have gone through the roof. It is important to keep in mind that […]

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Marquette vs. Vanderbilt Preview

After the unending dog days of summer, college basketball is finally here. You can smell the hardwood, you can feel the excitement, and you can probably already hear Dickie V’s tired old shtick. This offseason was an odd one. NFL ratings dropped off a cliff, the Cubs won the world series, and the length of […]

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