Michigan remains atop the recruiting class rankings, but Gonzaga, LSU and Creighton added key prospects over the past few weeks.
- 11/25W 99-57
- 11/27W 75-50
- 12/1L 70-62
- 12/44W 67-65
- 12/8W 82-68
- 12/11L 69-60
- 12/149W 89-84
- 12/17L 70-63
- 12/20L 91-88
- 12/235L 85-68
- 1/2W 64-60
- 1/5L 65-54
- 1/12W 79-69
- 1/16W 73-71
- 1/23L 68-61
- 1/27L 72-63
- 1/31L 75-73
- 2/2W 70-67
- 2/615L 71-68
- 2/105L 96-64
- 2/14L 57-51
- 2/17W 73-57
- 2/24W 83-70
- 2/27L 80-62
- 3/2W 77-71
- 3/6W 66-59
- 3/10L 68-49
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Our panel discusses which Big East men's basketball coach deserves more credit, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
- Marquette adds Oklahoma transfer Kuath
- Marquette adds 2 transfers in roster overhaul
- Back home, Smart eager to revitalize Marquette
- Smart leaves Texas, named coach at Marquette
Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the Big East schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
Marquette has added forward Kur Kuath, who averaged 5.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.5 blocks and 17.1 minutes for Oklahoma this past season.
Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
Marquette has added former George Mason guard Tyler Kolek and ex-Clemson forward Olivier-Maxence Prosper as the Golden Eagles reshape their roster under new coach Shaka Smart.
Shaka Smart, while happy to return to his home state of Wisconsin, said that isn't necessarily the reason he decided to leave Texas for Marquette. Rather, he welcomed the opportunity to coach at a school where basketball was the main sport.
Shaka Smart, who coached Texas for the past six seasons, has been announced as Marquette's new head basketball coach, replacing Steve Wojciechowski.
Indiana, Utah and Marquette are among the big jobs still available. Loyola's Porter Moser remains the hottest name to watch.
The Marquette Golden Eagles have fired head basketball coach Steve Wojciechowski, the school announced Friday.
— Qudus Wahab had 19 points and seven rebounds and Georgetown limited Marquette to 14 first-half points in posting a 68-49 victory in the opening game of the Big East Conference tournament at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday.
— D.J. Carton posted 16 points and seven rebounds as Marquette got past Xavier 66-59 on Saturday night.
Embattled Indiana coach Archie Miller is among the primary hot seat names, but could IU find a better alternative?
— D.J. Carton scored 20 points and Koby McEwen and Dawson Garcia each scored 12 and Marquette beat DePaul 77-71 on Tuesday night.
— James Bouknight had 24 points as UConn beat Marquette 80-62 on Saturday. R.J. Cole added 21 points for the Huskies.
— Dawson Garcia had 24 points and 11 rebounds, D.J. Carton added 17 points with five assists and Marquette beat North Carolina 83-70 on Wednesday night in a game schedule just four days ago.
— Greg Elliott and Theo John scored 17 points apiece as Marquette topped Butler 73-57 on Wednesday night.
— Jared Rhoden had 20 points as Seton Hall topped Marquette 57-51 on Sunday.
— Jeremiah Robinson-Earl scored a season-high 27 points to lead No. 5 Villanova to a 96-64 victory over Marquette on Wednesday night.
— Christian Bishop scored 14 points and No. 15 Creighton withstood a late comeback attempt to hold off Marquette 71-68 on Saturday.
— D.J. Carton had 18 points and nine rebounds, Koby McEwen also scored 18 points and Marquette beat Butler 70-67 on Tuesday.
— Justin Champagnie scored 22 points and Posh Alexander added 15 with six steals as St. John's held off Marquette 75-73 on Sunday.
— Providence never trailed in overtime, topping Marquette 72-63 on Wednesday night.
— Charlie Moore had 21 points as DePaul beat Marquette 68-61 on Saturday.