Tag Archives: Sam Hauser

Howard’s delicate dance of volume vs. efficiency

Markus Howard may be the most gifted scorer since Dwayne Wade, and has a good chance to end up as Marquette’s all-time leading scorer. If this team wants to lay a claim on the wide open Big East crown, it will require using every last one of Howard’s skills to score the ball.

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Marquette’s transition offense plummets

Without Rowsey, the team has gone from one of the best in transition, to one of the worst.

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How will the minutes shake out this year?

What we’ve seen to date in the open scrimmages and exhibition can lead us to some conclusions that may prove busted by the first week of December. But it’s not fun to wait and see, so here are mine.

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Marquette’s Known Knowns, Known Unknowns and Unknown Unknowns

It’s officially opening day for Marquette, and although the season won’t start for another month, we have learned enough over the summer to lay down some knowledge about what we know about the 2018-2019 version. In the interest of comedy, we have taken some liberties from former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and organized this text […]

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Just how abnormal is the Big East’s returning talent drain?

The ink on the 2018 season wasn’t even dry yet when one glaring takeaway was already burning brightly. The Big East will be much weaker both individually and as a whole. Sure, Villanova was losing the National Player of the Year as well as another lottery pick, but it wasn’t just the reigning champs that […]

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Stop sleeping on Sam Hauser

Sam Hauser has been one of the best players in the Big East. When will the public at large catch up?

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