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Marquette at Seton Hall Preview

Well that was enjoyable. For the first time in the Wojo era, Marquette won its Big East opener and in convincing fashion. Though there was a tie at 26 all, Marquette never let Georgetown take the lead. A coast to coast victory over a high major team, something that hasn’t been seen often in the […]

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Twitter Reaction: Marquette downed by Pirates

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Know Thy Enemy: Seton Hall

Marquette fans were treated to some of the best basketball of the season during their last game against Georgetown. Matt Carlino came within a quarter of an inch of winning the game for the Goldent Eagles at the end of regulation. Instead, the last minute shot was ruled a two and Marquette eventually fell in […]

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Back to the basics: The evolution of a lineup

Buzz Williams may have tried to change, but he’s gone back to what works. This season was supposed to be a changing of the guard at Marquette, literally. Gone was the Golden Eagles’ backcourt from a year ago — Junior Cadougan, Vander Blue and Trent Lockett — that made up 44 percent of the team’s […]

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How Derrick Wilson can best help Marquette

Derrick Wilson pretty much knows how teams are going to play him on a given night. The 6-foot-1 junior has made one 3-pointer in 12 attempts this year, gets to the free throw line just 2.5 times per game and, despite a quick first step, hasn’t shown a consistent move to reach the basket in […]

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