"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

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Jamil Wilson, UW tickets, Maurice Acker and more....

Morning grinds...........

Racine Horlick's Jamil Wilson narrowed his list to four schools and indicated he'll commit early. Wilson is down to Marquette, Michigan State, Texas and Oregon. The guys at MUScoop are talking this up.

Ballin Is a Habit is running through a preseason top 25 and slots MU in at #16. The guys there did a nice job analyzing MU, so check it out.

.......And hey, if you think being ranked 16th is impressive---consider that USA Today apparently picked MU to win the BIG EAST. The USA Today conference preview is here.

Maurice Acker is the latest to participate in MU's new podcast series. Just a few days ago, MU spoke with assistant coach Dale Layer too -- click here to listen to the Layer podcast. The landing page for the MU podcast series can be found here.

Remember the back and forth we had with the MU athletic department about the ticket policy for the UW@Madison game? Well, the MU/UW ticket limit for season ticket holders is four. Talk about it at MUScoop.

Finally, East Coast MU alums might consider making their way to Manhattan on October 23 for the latest installment of Marquette CIRCLES. The event, hosted by Fr. Wild, will be held at the Harvard Club that evening. Complete details are available here.


Anonymous said...

Who's the idiot who wrote and edited that USA Today preview?

They mention Acker as just now being available from transferring, and mention the influx of Tyshawn Taylor & Nick Williams.

J.J. Pauly said...

yeah...usa today just vomited its credibility. do they do any research over there?

Championships Matter said...

Umm, nice if it happened but I think Milwaukee has a better chance of an 80 degree day in mid January than Marquette has of winning the Big East.

When palm trees accent the Raynor Library, when McCormick becomes a five-star dorm and when journalists make more annually than engineers, I'll believe Marquette will win the Big East this year.

Until then, we're fourth!