Found April 03, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
While the disappointment of laying an egg in the Elite 8 against Syracuse still lingers, the future remains extremely bright for a Marquette program coming off their third straight trip to the Sweet 16.  Assuming Buzz Williams returns for his sixth season and the incoming recruiting class remains in tact, the Golden Eagles should be even better in 2013-14. Marquette will lose two starters in point guard Junior Cadougan and wing Trent Lockett, and possibly a third if big man Chris Otule decides not to use his medical hardship year and end his college career.  All indications are that Otule will return for his sixth year since he did not partake in the Senior Night festivities.  If he is back in a Golden Eagle uniform next season, Marquette will return seven players who averaged at least ten minutes per game including their top three leading scorers. Vander Blue, Jamil Wilson, and Devante Gardner all made massive strides from their sophomore to junior years so if that can carry over i...
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MILWAUKEE -- A team coming off an Elite Eight appearance often time loses a vast majority of its core to either graduation or defections to the NBA Draft. Barring any surprise early departures to the draft by Vander Blue or Jamil Wilson or Chris Otule deciding he's had enough of college, that's not the case for Marquette University. The Golden Eagles lose two senior starters...
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