"My rule was I wouldn't recruit a kid if he had grass in front of his house.
That's not my world. My world was a cracked sidewalk." —Al McGuire

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Random Notes on MU

Kevin McNamara at The Providence Journal sees the light, "The best freshman in the Big East looks like Marquette's Dominic James. He scored 28 points in a loss to West Virginia, then beat that with 29 points in Tuesday's victory over DePaul."

Tom Noie of the South Bend Tribune offers an interesting assessment - - - that 6'1 K yle McAlarney and 6'2" Chris Quinn were 'vertically challenged' . . . "against Golden Eagles freshman Dominic James." Ummm.....ok, whatever you say, Tom.

Per the Connecticut Post, "Senior Steve Novak has 303 career 3-pointers, a Marquette record. He is also one of four active players in Division I with at least 300. Duke J.J. Reddick, St. Peters' Keydren Clark, and Syracuse's Gerry McNamara are the others."

Jim McIlvaine.......local guy, done good, a nice article in the Racine Journal-Times.

Anybody craving Real Chili? Here's the recipe, courtesy of Avenue Commons.

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