Category Archives: College Basketball

Marquette Makes Last Bradley Center Game a Memorable One

Barring an NIT appearance by Marquette, the last Bradley Center game for the Golden Eagles was one for the record books. They close out the building that has housed Marquette for the last 30 years with an amazing comeback victory led by Andrew Rowsey whom

NIT Debuting Experimental Rules is Good For College Hoops

NCAA announced yesterday that the NIT will have some experimental rules being debuted during the NIT. It’s a good spot for the NCAA to test out new ideas. The tournament is a posteason celebration for those who couldn’t make a 68-team field. The emotion for

Marquette Wins a Whacky Overtime Thriller vs. Georgetown

After Saturday and a bad Monday, Marquette seemed to be out of my mind. I completely forgot they played on Monday. Now, the Golden Eagles haven’t played much on Mondays this season in Big East play, so, forgive me and I’ll be honest, Saturday took

DePaul’s New Arena is a House of Horrors for Marquette

In the last few years with DePaul being one of the worst programs in college basketball, there was always the worry about going to DePaul for a game. That old Rosemont gym played like a house of horrors for teams where baskets would go missing

Marquette Gets Red Storm Revenge & Doesn’t Let Down

You could see it as a possibility for Marquette… They’re headed home to play lowly St. John’s after their big victory on Saturday. Marquette would have to do it without Markus Howard who missed the game with a right hip contusion. Golden Eagles showed no

Marquette’s Unthinkable Late-Night Comeback vs. Creighton

It’s midday on Monday, and it’s still incredible Marquette beat Creighton on Saturday night. Markus Howard goes down with an injury and the team itself trailed by 14 points at halftime giving up 53 points. Then in Howard’s absence, Marquette started to comeback. They went

Five Reasons To Keep Watching Marquette

College basketball is a weird sport. The waves of emotions you go through a season can be plentiful. Sometimes, you’re cheering for a near contender where there might be moments of ‘This team isn’t making out of the first weekend’, yet you always know they’re

Daily Tap 2/10/18: RIP Marquette’s NCAA Tourney Hopes

Here lies Marquette Golden Eagles basketball as their tourney hopes are over after a pathetic loss to St. John’s. That’s one of the topics we talk about on Daily Tap assessing where this program exactly is with Steve Wojciechowski and how Shamorie Ponds could not

Marquette Sweeps Seton Hall in a Huge Road Win

Marquette Golden Eagles needed a win badly. They lost four straight games with three of them at home, and Seton Hall posed a challenge in their next game. Golden Eagles beat up the Pirates at home a month ago, and Seton Hall sought out revenge

Marquette Plays Itself Off The Bubble

Two weeks ago, Marquette started a tough four-game stretch featuring games against Villanova, Butler, Xavier and Providence. Many experts thought the team would be wise to win two of those four games. Even if they only won one, they might be on the bubble with