Tag Archives: College Basketball

Marquette Adding Ed Morrow Is An Interesting Move

Out of the blue on Wednesday night, Marquette Golden Eagles added to their roster by getting Ed Morrow from Nebraska Cornhusker as a transfer. Morrow will sit out the 2017-2018 season then he will play two seasons for the Golden Eagles. He battled injuries during

Marquette Adds Another Detroit Prospect in Greg Elliott

We hear all the time about teams building recruiting pipelines in different parts of the country. You obviously want to cover your own state, but if you can find a city or state where you can benefit with multiple players, it’s a big deal for

Markus Howard & Sam Hauser A+ Talent Show Performance

Marquette Golden Eagles basketball players, Markus Howard and Sam Hauser, took part in a Marquette talent show on Tuesday night. Needless to say, it was an electric factory. Howard and Hauser did a routine based off what you might have been in ‘Old School.’ Given

Lonzo Ball-Markelle Fultz Rivalry Needs To Happen

On Tuesday, now former UCLA standout Lonzo Ball made his rounds on ESPN. Not like he would need the attention thanks to his play and his dad, but Ball continues to try to make headlines before the Final Four. Ball said He was a better

Xavier’s Slipper Still Fits & Marches To Elite 8

What to make of a low seed high major team? They’re not technically a Cinderella, but at the same time, this is completely unexpected. We remember what Syracuse did last season, and this is a little similar to what we saw there. Musketeers go on

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

Are Wisconsin The Favorites In The East Regional?

Wisconsin Badgers knew their opponent after Saturday night with Florida Gators who are in the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2014. They didn’t know what the other half of the region would look like. Many thought Duke Blue Devils would be there and

Gregg Marshall’s Wife Goes Loco On Kentucky Reporter

Wichita State Shockers and Kentucky Wildcats have became rivals in the past couple of years. It’s not one that’s an every year thing, but they’ve seen each other twice in bloodbath matchups in the NCAA Tournament. Gregg Marshall doesn’t like John Calipari And I feel

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.

Univ of New Orleans Player Went Sprewell On A Teammate

NCAA Tournament doesn’t usually have some of the weird drama between teammates like we sometimes see during the season, but maybe, this year is different. University of New Orleans kicked off the First Four by playing Mount Saint Mary’s, and the game was close for