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 21 
 on: Today at 09:53:05 AM 
Started by News: Ellenson dreams & commits to MU - Last post by warriorchick
That's an interesting idea... maybe a SNAP fitness style facility over by Campus Town?

The maintenance and upkeep of such a facility must be minimal. MU already owns the storefronts, so maybe they could put their own 24hr basic fitness facility into one of those buildings?


From what I gather, lack of access to fitness equipment (treadmills, weight machines, etc.) isn't the issue as much as space for intramural sports and other activities that require large amounts of square footage.  Putting some ellipticals and free weights into one of the empty storefronts isn't going to meet the most pressing needs.

 22 
 on: Today at 09:51:09 AM 
Started by Rockmic87 - Last post by Lighthouse 84
When a player is dismissed from a team, instead of leaving voluntarily to transfer, how much eligibility does he have remaining? 

 23 
 on: Today at 09:50:27 AM 
Started by SonofPianoMan - Last post by Heisenberg
I know he and the players have made visits to Children's Hospital, starting last summer. I would imagine we'll see more of him around once he gets into the offseason, and gets a roster set for next year.

I agree

He was hired in April and immediately was on damage control (getting recruits to stay, finding Carlino, getting Henry, Cheatham and Heldt) and was probably living out of a hotel or apartment away from his family.  Then the season hit and that consumes about 100% of his time.

Now he lives in a house and his family is here.  With his life more settled and the season over in March, expect him to start moving on his community involvement. 

 24 
 on: Today at 09:47:21 AM 
Started by Rockmic87 - Last post by NersEllenson
Nope. Some here are just realistic.

As are coaches who picked MU to finish near the bottom of the conference. If I'm not mistaken, those coaches did more than play high school ball and therefore, by your logic, they are far more knowledgeable than an observer who only played high school ball.

And last season those same coaches picked MU to win the Big East - so apparently they get it wrong sometimes too.

This may be the most idiotic thing you have ever posted.  2nd best situation in 35 years that all the experts predicted would finish near the bottom in conference.  That either means, this is the best conference lineup in the last 35 years, or MU has sucked for the past 35 years.  Neither is true...therefore the conclusion is your statement is idiotic.

LOL - What is idiotic is to reference our pre-season conference ranking and try to use that as a benchmark for what talent/situation a coach inherited when walking into a program.  (Not to mention what I posted above.)  To use conference pre-season ranking as a metric is ridiculous as we were an Independent in the Majerus and Dukiet years.  Then to compare our pre-season conference rank in the vaunted MCC (O'Neill's situation), or Conference USA (Crean), and how the modified Big East (Wojo) are 4 very different "conferences."

Furthermore, in the last 35 years there have been Rick Majerus, Bob Dukiet, Kevin O'Neill, Mike Deane, Tom Crean, Buzz Williams, and now Wojo.  So, we are talking about 7 seasons in total (not 35 seasons).   And lastly, the point was about what the new head coach INHERITED walking into the program.

Sadly, some here simply refuse to believe talented freshman/sophomores can lead a team to victory, even though we've seen it at MU with the Big 3 under Crean, and just saw it under Seton Hall and Willard.  The rub of course is our last coach, Buzz, and now Wojo are making their bed with the not as nearly talented upperclassmen, while giving limited time to the underclassmen.  And once again, it is proving to be the wrong coaching decision.

 25 
 on: Today at 09:43:37 AM 
Started by News: Ellenson dreams & commits to MU - Last post by Canned Goods n Ammo
Out of curiosity, do student also use workout clubs in the Milwaukee area that aren't part of the University?  (Snap Fitness, Gold's Gym, etc.)  If so, could part of the thought be that Marquette doesn't feel that it needs to do too much more in this area with the local resources available?



That's an interesting idea... maybe a SNAP fitness style facility over by Campus Town?

The maintenance and upkeep of such a facility must be minimal. MU already owns the storefronts, so maybe they could put their own 24hr basic fitness facility into one of those buildings?

 26 
 on: Today at 09:43:04 AM 
Started by MuMark - Last post by Groin_pull
JJJ is gone.

Bye.

 27 
 on: Today at 09:39:34 AM 
Started by Celtic Truth - Last post by WarriorPride68
The Wally love on Scoop is next level.

Two seasons at Minnesota:
2 ppg, 1 reb, 0.2 assts, 0.1 blocks, 0 stls

30 % FG
15 % 3P
25 % FT


 28 
 on: Today at 09:38:31 AM 
Started by Rockmic87 - Last post by brewcity77
How do you know that?

You're right, no one knows for certain, but I feel 99.99% sure he won't go to a K disciple. Look at the quote from Coach K. Sulaimon couldn't live up to the standards of being a Duke player. Do you imagine the standards at Marquette under Wojo, or Northwestern under Collins, or Stanford under Dawkins are much different?

That K has never before kicked a player off his team speaks volumes, and I can't see any way his proteges will see things differently.

 29 
 on: Today at 09:37:47 AM 
Started by dgies9156 - Last post by MUfan12
Burton would have been a big help to this team. 

HE'S GONE. LET IT GO.

 30 
 on: Today at 09:37:38 AM 
Started by News: Ellenson dreams & commits to MU - Last post by drbchilds
Lovell must be reading Scoop and the poll about a new medical school.  Baby steps....



hahahahaha!! 

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