Found January 05, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MILWAUKEE -- There's a clear way that Marquette University has played basketball since Buzz Williams took over as head coach in 2008. No matter his team's talent level, Williams is an expert at getting his players to believe they aren't good enough to win without extreme effort. That's why his program has made two straight appearances in the Sweet 16, and though Marquette perhaps was less talented than some of the teams it beat to get that far, the Golden Eagles have placed quite a few players in the NBA recently. But Marquette doesn't have NBA talent on its current roster. More than their predecessors, this year's Golden Eagles truly have to play to Williams' style. Always ready with an analogy, Williams had one Saturday after his team upset No. 15 Georgetown, 49-48, to move to 2-0 in the Big East and fully put a disappointing nonconference season in the past. Williams described a college basketball season as building a house. Previous Marquette team...
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