Category Archives: College Basketball

Duane Wilson Left His Mark On Marquette

On Monday afternoon, Duane Wilson, Marquette’s redshirt junior, announced he would be graduating in May and looking for a new school to grad transfer to for his final season. Wilson was a leader of this Marquette basketball, and he played a large part in bringing

Hoopcap: Marquette’s Shook Second Half Leads To Blowout

Marquette Golden Eagles entered the tournament for the first time since 2013. Standing at a crowded bar with the sound piped in, I felt a special sort of excitement. There isn’t a better feeling. South Carolina seemed like a formidable opponent, but they were beatable.

How Marquette Can Go Far in NCAA Tournament

In reality, this headline is deceiving. I’m not practicing the art of clickbait, but the fact remains that Marquette is playing with a whole bunch of house money on Friday night. Like they are a year early in the process of the rebuild by head

Tapping The Keg Podcast: The Bracket Busters

Tapping The Keg Podcast returns for another edition. This time, we are talking NCAA bracket and what to make of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. One thing to note, we had to tape this podcast over Skype due to bad Wisconsin weather so you need to

Marquette Returns To Tourney at 10 Seed

It’s good to be back. Marquette Golden Eagles didn’t have to sweat out the announcement as their name announced in the first bracket as they will play Seven seed South Carolina. Marquette returns to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2013. March Madness

Hoopcap: Hall’s Big Second Half Buries Marquette

Marquette Golden Eagles found themselves in the best spot they’ve been in the Big East Tournament since 2013. They were a high seed and did get an extra day off. What stood in their way was Seton Hall. A team who Marquette beat once, and

PODCAST: NFL Free Agency Frenzy With Murph

Nolan Murphy pays Tapping The Keg boys a visit to talk NFL free agency. We look at what’s happened already with Packers players like Micah Hyde, JC Tretter and Nick Perry. We also talk about what’s next for the remaining free agents along with a

Marquette’s Women Hoops Takes Big East Crown

In March, the hope is you get a chance to talk about some of the local teams doing big things in college basketball. Truth be told, the last few have been tough on me not having my Golden Eagles men’s team in the tournament. The

Hoopcap: Marquette Finishes With A Bang

Marquette had its first real Senior Day in quite some time. Jajuan Johnson, Luke Fischer and Duane Wilson had some seen some shit through their years with Golden Eagles. But all three players held strong, and they could be dancing in March in their final

PODCAST: Coming Out Of Bar Crawl Retirement

Tapping The Keg Podcast wishes you a Happy Friday. This week, the boys talk about Shamrock Shuffle, a premier event in Milwaukee. Charlie is coming out of ‘retirement’ to do a bar crawl again, we’ll see how it works out for him. Bar crawl heads