It's time for another Scrambled Eggs podcast and this time we're talking the results of the Wooden Classic. We discuss whether it means something good, something bad, or really somewhere in the middle. We also talk about Deonte Burton stepping out as a legitimate player and where are problems are bigger: Jamil Wilson or the 2 guard position. Joe brings some non-sponsors to the podcast to support Badger Hate Week and we talk about the game in Madtown against the loathed red rodents. So listen, enjoy, and please keep calm, we have at least 3 months of roller coaster to go. Download this episode (right click and save)
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
First, happy early Thanksgiving to everyone out there that listens to this podcast, it's one of the things we're thankful for here at Scrambled Eggs. Second, we're going to discuss the surprising (to us anyway) results of the Arizona State game. Did Derrick Wilson turn a corner? Do we have better clarity at the 2 guard? Does this game mean any more in a good way than the Ohio State game meant in a bad way? Most importantly, where do we see this taking the team in the next week as they play in the Wooden Classic. Join us on this audio adventure as you prepare your Thankgiving activities and Ring out Ahoya! Download this episode (right click and save)
Written by Phil Bush at 9:57 AM
Sunday, November 17, 2013
If you are a Marquette fan you are well aware of what happened yesterday and are probably grossed out by it. As a Marquette fan, you are also probably sitting in one of two camps, that was a disaster and this team is going to be terrible, or that was a disaster and let's see a couple of more weeks before we hit the panic button. Either way it was a disaster and we at Scrambled Eggs break it down as that is our job. Well, not really job because we don't get paid, but we like to pretend. We discussed all aspects of the game, what it means, who's to blame, and where do we go from here. Just to cleanse the pallet, we discuss the positive news on the recruiting trail. So buckle up and give it a listen. Trust us, we can't be nearly as listening to our podcasting as it was watching that game. Download this episode (right click and save)
Written by Phil Bush at 6:45 PM
Saturday, November 16, 2013
A good run, unfortunately ended today to Ohio State
81 games 1967 to 1973 Coach Al McGuire
28 games 2001 to 2003 Coach Tom Crean
27 games 2012 to 2013 Coach Brent Buzz Williams
24 games 1977 to 1979 Coaches Al McGuire and Hank Raymonds
23 games 1958 to 1960 Coach Eddie Hickey
22 games 1974 to 1976 Coach Al McGuire
20 games 1995 to 1996 Mike Deane
That was difficult to watch. In the span of about 2 hours, the longest home winning streak (27 games) in the nation came crashing down in thumping fashion as the Warriors managed to only score 35 total points while losing to Ohio State 52-35.
The game was actually tied at the half at 19-19, before Ohio State asserted themselves with a balance of inside and outside scoring. For the Warriors, guard play and terrible shooting was their nemesis all game long. MU finished shooting just 5.6% from beyond the arc on 1 of 18 shooting. For the game, MU shot under 20%.
MU's point guard play needs significant improvement if they plan to win the Big East conference as the experts have predicted. Only one assist from Derrick Wilson. As a team, twenty turnovers to only four assists is a recipe for disaster.
The 35 points scored at home was a record low during the shot clock era for Marquette. The only performance that rivaled it was last year's NCAA loss to Syracuse when MU managed to score 38, but that was on a neutral court site. The last time MU scored fewer than 36 points at home was in 1948 when MU lost at home to Wisconsin and managed only 34 points..
Thursday, November 07, 2013
You're looking live at Marquette basketball in the Bradley Center! (all credit to Mr. Musburger) The Scrambled Eggs crew is very excited to finally see some actual basketball played. We touch on the opening two games, Southern and Grambling, what we want to see and what we expect. Based on the opponent quality we move pretty quickly to predictions on the season and the roster. We discuss starting line-up, especially given an article written by the beat report of the local paper of record(Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel). We then make some predictions on the players themselves, where one of us may or may not go off the reservation a little bit. We close out on the whereabouts of former Marquette players. Buckle in, the season is on the way. Download this episode (right click and save)
Written by Phil Bush at 6:15 PM
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
We're back, and way faster than we thought. Our last podcast was all about Marquette Madness and excitement for the Ahmed Hill commitment. That exuberance was short lived when 72 hours later Jameel McKay took to twitter to say he was leaving Marquette for unknown and sure to be wildly speculated reasons. We came up off the mat with the news of Marial Shayok's commitment, adding him to the embarrassing riches of switchables at Marquette. But then, we got pushed right back down with the word that Duane Wilson is taking part in the annual Marquette walking boot tradition due to a stress fracture that will keep him out "multiple" weeks. We don't know what that means either, but we're going to talk about that and everything else that happened this week. We talk how these changes will impact the roster, starters, and minutes. We'll also wrap up with recruiting discussions and how we see this week shape the next year. This is the last pod before the season starts....we think....unless one of us ends up in a walking boot or something. Download this episode (right click and save)
Written by Phil Bush at 10:58 PM
Sunday, October 13, 2013
The season is nearly upon us and it's Madness time. We talk the take
aways from this year's Marquette Madness. It's a very small sample size
but the interwebs are all about rampant uneducated speculation, so we
discuss who shined and who might need a little more work before the
start of the season. We also spend some time discussing the big
recruiting get in Ahmed Hill and what if anything the Malik Harris news
means. We're getting prepared for the start of the season, the
excitement is palpable.
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Written by Phil Bush at 9:45 PM