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Big East Big Five: Week Six
Khyle Marshall is excited to be in the Big Five twice, even if it's not for the best reason for the first game.
Marquette survives Southern
Friday night, they shot less than 18 percent in the second half of a 63-56 victory against Southern that was ragged even by season-opening standards.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Journal and Courier
Big Ten basketball roundup: Wisconsin holds off Marquette
MADISON, Wis. - Sam Dekker had 20 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 8 Wisconsin withstood a late Marquette rally for a 70-64 victory that snapped its two-game losing streak in the intrastate rivalry.
UW workmanlike in outlasting Marquette
Unbeaten UW had the best player on the court in sophomore forward Sam Dekker, more scoring options and beat the Golden Eagles to several key loose balls en route to a workmanlike, 70-64 victory.
The Badger Herald Online
Badgers back in Kohl Center to face rival Marquette
In the quest to remain undefeated, No. 8 Wisconsin will likely face its toughest test until 2014 Saturday afternoon when they host recently unranked Marquette.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
UW's Frank Kaminsky showing versatility on offense
"He realized during the summer playing open gym that guys wanted him on their team," the redshirt junior guard from Port Washington said.
Weekend Preview: Kentucky-Baylor, a trio of in-state rivalry games
Braving the ice and sleet in Dallas, Kentucky will be squaring off with the Bears at the Jerry Dome in a game that will almost assuredly see more UK fans show up than Baylor fans.
Badger Hate Week: Wisconsin & Virginia Have Started Trading Slows
I'll say this for Bo Ryan: He provides a constant supply of pictures for Badger Hate Week.
Michael Hunt Has Clearly Stopped Caring
So, late yesterday afternoon, Michael Hunt posted two blog entries on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Golden Eagles blog, one of them bad, the other one offensively bad.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
FINALLY! We Have A 2014 Men's Lacrosse Schedule
We got the 2013 schedule in September of 2012, so it's been a long three extra months of waiting.
3 keys, 3 players to watch for Marquette vs. Wisconsin
In Marquette's 67-59 loss to San Diego State, the Aztecs scored 14 points off of 15 offensive rebounds as coach Buzz Williams was quick to point out in his post game interview.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Marquette finds scoring touch in Wooden Legacy
Marquette learned a valuable lesson this weekend in the Wooden Legacy: It's not about how you start, it's about how you finish.
LEARY: Three players of interest from the Wooden Legacy
The Wooden Legacy tournament provided a truly mixed bag of results for the Marquette men's basketball team this past weekend.
Katherine proves to be the better Plouffe in Thanksgiving tournament
In a game where twin sisters became rivals, the Marquette women's basketball team capped off the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout in Las Vegas with a 72-65 victory over Utah to go 2-0 in the tournament.
Marquette Basketball: Unfulfilling West Coast Trip Shows Strides of Improvement
The Marquette Golden Eagles entered Tempe, Ariz. with a lot of questions but walked out of Anaheim with some important answers.
Big East Big Five: Week Five
Villanova made the Big Five this week, so yeah: using the picture of Ryan Arcidiacono letting fly on the shot that beat Kansas.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Badger Hate Week: Now With Twice The Hate
Badger Hate Week is a fine tradition here at Anonymous Eagle, as we mark the week of the Marquette-Wisconsin men's basketball game with every horrible thing that we can find about the Badgers.
Wilson assuming leadership role at Marquette
Not much about Junior Cadougan's game was ever appealing to the eye. The 6-foot, 1-inch, 205-pound point guard from Canada always seemed a step slow, his shot a bit off.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
SDSU beats No. 25 Marquette 67-59
25 Marquette 67-59 in championship game of the Wooden Legacy on Sunday night. The game was tied at 53 with 3½ minutes remaining, but the Aztecs closed with a 14-4 run to knock off their second ranked opponent in two games.
Aztecs topple Golden Eagles with taste of their own medicine
San Diego State, with old-school coach Steve Fisher calling the shots, matched the Golden Eagles' physical style, punch for punch, to win, 67-59, at the Honda Center.