What would a win at Xavier mean for Marquette?

Dave Klinger (Photo: Marquette Athletics) A win tonight at Xavier would mean… Marquette finishes only as low as sixth (which would happen if Seton Hall beat Butler) Marquette finishes as high as third (which would happen if Butler beat Seton Hall, Marquette beats Creighton, and St. John’s beats Providence) And, in not finishing seventh, Marquette avoids the first round of the Big East Tournament… …and instead … Continue reading What would a win at Xavier mean for Marquette?

Which Players To Buy, Sell For Marquette Basketball

Dave Klinger, Editor. Photos: Marquette Athletics, 247 Sports, USC Athletics Let’s play a game. If each Marquette player was stock, which would you buy for the approaching season? And which would you sell? “Buy” means the player will produce better than their value. “Sell” means the player will produce less than their value. “Hold” means the player will produce similar to their value. Buy Markus … Continue reading Which Players To Buy, Sell For Marquette Basketball

Who Will Lead Marquette In Scoring?

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Photo: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. Who will lead Marquette in scoring? It’s a question that isn’t important as much as it is interesting. Will Duane Wilson, the team’s leading returnee in scoring, default as the new squad’s go-to guy? Or will Henry Ellenson, the prized, freshman power-forward, storm through the Bradley Center gates as the team’s most overwhelming force on the offensive end? … Continue reading Who Will Lead Marquette In Scoring?

Write for our website!

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Are YOU interested in producing content for MarquetteNation.com? You’ve come to the right — or, write — place. (Ha..ha). Email the guy behind this WordPress blog at david.klinger@marquette.edu and he will send you an application. It’s a great experience in sports journalism and media. We promise to not restrict your content unless you are writing pro-Wisconsin Badgers propaganda. Capeesh? Welcome … Continue reading Write for our website!

Win-Loss Predictions, 2015-16

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. Photo: Marquette Athletics. The athletics department released the conference schedule, which complements the non-conference slate in providing us a list of the entire season’s games. The unfamiliar, inexperienced roster confuses many in terms of predicting the outcome of the upcoming season, but a common theme in almost everyone’s perspective is excitement. The Golden Eagles replace a last-place team with a … Continue reading Win-Loss Predictions, 2015-16

Analyzing The 2014-15 Marquette Basketball Season In One Convenient Infograph

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. So, here’s our analysis on every single game we already played and every single game we (unfortunately) still have to play: We’re terrible. After this season, no turning back. Because cool guys don’t look at explosions. And this season is definitely an explosion. And we are definitely cool guys. Welcome to Marquette Nation – a blog and twitter feed of … Continue reading Analyzing The 2014-15 Marquette Basketball Season In One Convenient Infograph

Six Marquette Tweets Of The Week

Author: Dave Klinger (Editor), david.klinger@marquette.edu. It’s hard to write articles. It’s easy to tweet. We’re combining the two so we can release more information through this website. Mkay? Carlino’s Game Winner Now THIS is how you win a game. Marquette's Matt Carlino with the huge game-winning three: https://t.co/TjeRVK0wzS — CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) January 15, 2015 Reaction To Above Game Winner: “Mom Made Pizza Rolls!” … Continue reading Six Marquette Tweets Of The Week