Diamond Stone is Probably Not Going to Marquette

About time we had a news flash, right? Diamond Stone told me that he and Malik Newman are definitely a package deal. — Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) May 17, 2014 In case you weren’t aware, Malik Newman is the #2 player in the nation, according to ESPN’s Top 60 for 2015. Diamond is #5 on that list. Newman never considered Marquette, Marquette never even attempted to … Continue reading Diamond Stone is Probably Not Going to Marquette

Recapping the Shaka-Smart-To-MU Twitter Dumpster Fire

The report was as unofficially official as it could possibly get. Shaka¬†Smart was already on his way to Milwaukee. It was a done deal. What could’ve gone wrong? Well, a lot of things, apparently. Immediately after reports had surfaced, the brand of havoc Shaka Smart established at Virginia Commonwealth University took the Twitter world by storm. For roughly an hour and fourteen minutes, the entire … Continue reading Recapping the Shaka-Smart-To-MU Twitter Dumpster Fire

Fixing Marquette’s Seemingly Unfixable Problems

If you follow the #mubb hashtag on Twitter, or maybe just happened to witness the 75-68 heart-breaking, self-imploding, brain-exploding loss to New Mexico, it’s more than likely you’ve got an idea of what us fans are going through at this moment. First off, it’s a fact that about 87% of Marquette fans didn’t sleep last night. And the 13% who did had recurring nightmares of … Continue reading Fixing Marquette’s Seemingly Unfixable Problems

Marquette Madness Recap (MU Weekend Series Pt. 2)

This is part two of our “Marquette Weekend” series – for part one, click here. As previously stated, Marquette Madness was an all-around awesome night, inflicting excitement, hope and promise all around for the upcoming season. One shouldn’t try to look at the event with an inclination for analysis, as most of the scrimmage stats are misleading due to the lack of defense. Sure, it … Continue reading Marquette Madness Recap (MU Weekend Series Pt. 2)

Three Reasons Why Vander Blue is Destined to Succeed in Philadelphia

Marquette fans were finally able to exhale over a week ago when news broke that Vander Blue had agreed to a partially-guaranteed contract with the Philadelphia 76ers. Blue’s signing turns around what started out as a tumultuous offseason for the former Marquette guard, which included forgoing his senior year for the NBA Draft only to find his name uncalled. But drafted-or-not is not as big … Continue reading Three Reasons Why Vander Blue is Destined to Succeed in Philadelphia