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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

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

Hoopcap: Marquette Makes a Statement In Cincy

People talk all the time about statement wins. Yes, it’s a cliche terminology, but there are games you can point where it feels the team is trying to send a message. Marquette did that on Wednesday night. They beat up Xavier from the first whistle

Hoopcap: Bubble Slips Away From Marquette (Maybe)

Marquette had a 12 point lead with seven minutes left to go in this game. Golden Eagles played a great second half up to that point to pull away from Providence. But the team played to a similar trope we’ve seen all year, Marquette falling

Hoopcap: Markus Howard’s Major Performance Carries Marquette

Marquette needed a win. Everyone knew it. The players, the fans, the coaches. They responded in a major way jumping out to a 21-2 run against then 23-ranked Xavier and it carried them all game long with an 81-63 win as they continue to make

Hoopcap: Providence Escapes Milwaukee With A Win

After being back-to-back top 10 teams, many Marquette faithful expected a letdown against a Providence Friars team still looking for their identity for the season. To make things more difficult, Friars fell to St. John’s earlier this week meaning this game was a must-win if

Hoopcap: The Comeback Kids – Golden Eagles Stun No 1. Wildcats

Marquette students will wake up from quite the drunken stupor. Some will pretend they were at the game where Marquette took down Villanova Wildcats with an absurd run in the final six minutes. Others will remember being on the court, and they’ll remember it for

Hoopcap: Marquette’s Offense Erupts in Omaha

Marquette Golden Eagles fan base had hit a rough patch with the season. The loss to Butler felt like the opportunity this team needed to help its bubble chances. They gave up 63 points in the second half and morale was very low especially facing