After a brief hiatus, our player reviews blast forward with a look at (arguably) the most physically talented player on Marquette's roster, junior forward Jamil Wilson.
The season-end review rolls on with a look at Marquette's offensively-challenged backup point guard.
With the 2012-'13 season in the rearview mirror, our quest to find THE most hated opponent in recent Marquette history resumes with second-round voting in Bo Ryan's Zombie Nation Pod.
Our year-end review of Marquette's 2012-'13 roster rolls on with one of the few cats who's expected to be in an MU uniform again next year, Steve Taylor Jr.
Marquette will forge into the new Big East without its leading scorer, as junior Vander Blue announced he's submitting his name for the NBA Draft and will hire an agent, ending his career at Marquette.
With the 2012-'13 season in the rearview mirror, our quest to find THE most hated opponent in recent Marquette history resumes with second-round voting in Uncle Ricky's Porcini Pod.
With the 2012-'13 season in the rearview mirror, our quest to find THE most hated opponent in recent Marquette history resumes with second-round voting in the Denny Crum's Combover Pod.
With the 2012-'13 season in the rearview mirror, our quest to find THE most hated opponent in recent Marquette history resumes with second-round voting in the Digger Phelps Memorial Pod.
With YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles set to tangle with the Syracuse Orange for a trip to the Final Four, here's our exclusive 8-bit look at the Elite 8.
YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles try to secure their first appearance in the Elite Eight since 2003, battling the second-seeded Miami Hurricanes in Washington, D.C.
Back and 8-bit-ier than ever, here's our overly-pixelated look at Marquette's Sweet 16 opponent, the Miami Hurricanes.
Looking for payback for Rotnei Clarke's miracle buzzer-beater in Maui, YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles try to book their third straight trip to the Sweet 16 against Butler.
Play time is over, kids: come 2:10 p.m. CDT (or thereabouts), YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles kick off their quest for a national championship against the Davidson Wildcats.
We bust out the 8-bit graphics to take a less-than-hard-hitting look at Marquette's opponent in the NCAA Tournament, the Wildcats of Davidson.
Wherein we unveil the final group in our attempt to find THE most hated opponent in Marquette's recent history.
Rubie Q takes a look at the South region, where fearsome Florida and pesky VCU stand out for the right reasons, and Minnesota does for the wrong ones.
It's not the ONLY reason Marquette is going home after a disheartening 73-65 to the Notre Dame Radioactive Popsicles in the Big East Tournament. But the officiating certainly didn't help anything.
Much like St. Patrick chased the snakes out of Ireland, tonight YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles try to shoo the hated Fighting Irish of Notre Dame out of the Big Apple.
With their white-knuckle 69-67 win over the Johnnies in the Garden, YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles completed an improbable run to a Big East regular-season championship, and yours truly is lost for words.
Things weren't all sunshine and lollipops at the RAC last night, but Marquette still walked out with a win in their last ever Big East game against Rutgers.
We're coming to the end of the road in the Big East conference season, as YOUR gallant Golden Eagles battle the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers at the RAC.
It's been a wild 73 days, as YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles have transformed themselves from a likely NIT team to a squad that's guaranteed a finish in the top 4 of the Big East.
It's Senior Day at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, as the hated Fighting Irish of Notre Dame invade Milwaukee to battle YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles.