Category Archives: College Basketball

The Big East Doesn’t Want You To See How Seton Hall-Marquette Ended

Marquette and Seton Hall played a barnburner on Saturday morning at the Fiserv Forum. Marquette came away with a great victory winning 73-72 in the final moments of the game. I did not get to watch this classic because I flew back to Hawaii with

Anti-Rodgers MVP Voter Immediately Walks Back His Rodgers’ Takes

Well, that didn’t last long. Hub Arkush, the Chicago sportswriter, declared that he would not vote for Aaron Rodgers because he’s a bad guy immediately apologized late last night. Rodgers called out Arkush on Wednesday calling him a ‘bum.’ Instead of firing back, the sportswriter

Why Justin Lewis’ NIL Deal Should Be The First Of Many For Milwaukee College Athletes

Justin Lewis entered the NIL game yesterday. Lewis announced that he inked a deal with Uncle Bucks, a bar and restaurant on Old World Third Street in Milwaukee. For those who are unfamiliar with Milwaukee, this bar is in spitting distance of the Fiserv Forum

Marquette Golden Eagles-Jackson State Tigers Golden Keg Award Winners

Marquette Golden Eagles had to avoid the lookahead. They were taking on the lowly Jackson State Tigers at 8:00 pm Tuesday. It was not surprising to see Marquette struggled early in this one. Marquette woke up in a big way in the second half though.

Marquette Is Back After Big Win Over Illinois

My wife and I got a small season ticket package for Marquette basketball this year. She is a Marquette alum and her friends are in the same section as us. Younger me would have been thrilled with Marquette season tickets. This version of me was

Frank Kaminsky Tries to Change the Conversation With a Beer Chug

We’ve all be at parties before where we need to change the energy. Maybe some drama has happened where it rivals a Bravo reality show. Or maybe everyone is on their phones not doing much. Or maybe you fucked something up and everyone is mad

Shaka Smart & Greg Gard Have Their First In-State Recruiting Battle with Seth Trimble

Marquette and Wisconsin are rivals in basketball. You know that. I know that. Sometimes, people like to say it’s not a rivalry, which could not be more wrong. But the two schools do not compete against each other for recruits that often. Typically, it is

UWM Must Make the Most of Patrick Baldwin Jr.’s One Year Stint

UWM is not known for beating out the likes of Georgetown and Duke. But when the recruit is the coach’s father, there is ample opportunity. Patrick Baldwin Jr. decided to stay home and play for his dad at UWM. Baldwin Jr. is a top recruit

Zion Williamson’s First Shoe Features a Marquette Colorway & It’s Sick

Zion Williamson debuted his new shoe last week. The Zion 1 was met with pretty good reviews. People seemed to really like the shoe. It does seem like Nike and Jordan Brand are very good at putting out the first shoe for a player that

Barry Alvarez’s Place in Wisconsin Sports History is Unique & Unlike Others

Barry Alvarez stepped down as Wisconsin’s Athletic Director today. He will be done on June 30th and ride off into the sunset. A successor has not been named, but Alvarez will not be featured in cutaways at games this fall at Camp Randall Stadium. Alvarez