Category Archives: College Basketball

Markus Howard’s Dagger Stepback Gives Me Life

It’s been a long time since I’ve felt this good about a Marquette team. 2012-2013 is likely the last time. I was fresh out of college at the time. Working part-time and staying at Mitch’s house in a bedroom shanty on Saturday nights. This year,

BuckyCap: Wisconsin Keeps It Rolling in Nebraska

Wisconsin Badgers returned to the Top 25 after a few week hiatus this week. But with their schedule ahead of them, it could have been a short visit. Badgers visited Lincoln, Nebraska on Tuesday night with a Cornhuskers team that was desperate for a victory

Marquette’s Basketball Programs… A 10! A F’n 10!

You might have heard yesterday that Marquette’s men and women’s basketball teams are in the top 10. They’re the only program in the nation to boast that honor. We talked on the podcast today about how there hasn’t been a better time to be a

BuckyCap: Badgers Show Off Their Tough Defense

These last few games for Wisconsin have been a dream. Badgers are back to playing their brand of basketball. In the last three games, teams averaged a paltry 53.3 points per game. That’s pretty good for any team. It’s not like the Badgers defense struggled

MubbCap: Hausers Get Hot Late & Take Down Xavier

Marquette Golden Eagles had their backs up against the wall on Saturday afternoon. Marquette trailed by more than 10 on the road to Xavier in the second half. That didn’t phase them. Instead, the Golden Eagles battled back for their sixth straight victory winning 87-82.

Coach Wojo Talking About Matt Heldt is Beautiful

Damn, I love this video so much. Marquette Golden Eagles faced a great deal of adversity on Saturday afternoon. Golden Eagles trailed by double-digits in the second half, and Marquette had to deal without having Theo John for most of the game. John got into

BuckyCap: Reuvers Breakout Helps UW Avoid Letdown

Many Wisconsin Badgers basketball fans wonder what life will be like without Ethan Happ next year. It’s a major loss without question. Happ has been their best player for the last two plus years and to lose his production will be significant especially early on

MubbCap: Theo John is a Grown Man.

Watching the Marquette Golden Eagles grow this year is a thing of beauty. THe development for many players all over the court is appearrant. None is more stand out than Theo John, Marquette center. John is a playing like a man possessed down in the

Hauser Brothers Are Taking Over the Big East

Marquette Golden Eagles basketball team did something that hasn’t been done before in the Big East conference. Two brothers took the Big East honors for last week. Sam Hauser won Big East Player of the Week for his performances against Georgetown and Providence. His younger

MubbCap: Sam Hauser’s Huge Second Half Carries MU

Sam Hauser is becoming a top tier player in college basketball. Hauser followed up a 31 point performance against Georgetown with a dominating 25 point effort against Providence. In his last two games, Hauser has 56 points which provides Marquette with another option than Markus