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Breaking Down Marquette

Friday, March 25, 2011

It is a point that many have made, but really can’t be emphasized enough. The Golden Eagles do not quit and very rarely get blown out. They get on the floor after loose balls, shoot it well from the outside, limit turnovers and compensate for their lack of size by gang rebounding, which includes the guards-who are not afraid to get down on the block and try to box out bigger opponents. (Rivals.com)

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