Tag Archives: Vanderbilt

Is it too early to be this excited?

Marquette is 2-0 and has looked damn good in doing so, using strong second halves to bowl over Vanderbilt and Howard. The defense has been ferocious at creating turnovers, and the offense clinical in converting those turnovers to points. Most impressively, Marquette has used the three-point arc with gusto and efficiency, hitting 42.3% of 52 long-range […]

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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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Taylor, Vanderbilt rout Marquette in non-conference finale

The Vanderbilt Commodores (9-4) got 19 points from senior forward Jeffery Taylor in a 74-57 upset win over the No. 14/13 Marquette Golden Eagles (11-2) Thursday night at the Bradley Center. The Commodores controlled the momentum from the opening tip, jumping out to a 31-6 lead to open the game and leading by as many […]

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Tired Golden Eagles looking forward to short break

A roster cut shallow by injuries, a travel schedule that included stops in Madison, New York City and Baton Rouge, a final exam week which nixed practice out of the itinerary and six games have been just a few of the obstacles Buzz Williams and Marquette have dealt with over the past 19 days. Now […]

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