Results tagged with 'louisville'
Published Jan. 26, 2015
Coming out of high school Keifer Sykes would look at the recruiting rankings -- and have to scroll down a ways before seeing his name. While he was buried in what turned out to be one of the greatest classes to ever come out of the state of Illinois, Sykes used it as motivation at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Now, four years later, he's one of the state's best college players.
Published March 24, 2014
Marquette University lost its men's basketball coach Friday afternoon, to the surprise of few (in and out of the university). While Buzz Williams leaves as a proven winner, he wasn't one when he arrived. That should give all Golden Eagles fans hope, and they should expect nothing to change with the new hire.
Published Aug. 12, 2013
Milwaukee suburb, Menomonee Falls, ranks 28 on Money magazine's list of the best places to live in the United States.
Published April 8, 2013
Marquette University head coach Buzz Williams and his players played the underdog card all season long en route to the Elite Eight. Next year, this team will be expected to win. A Final Four is the floor, not the ceiling.
Published Feb. 6, 2013
Marquette University's blowout loss to Louisville on Saturday proved the team isn't quite "upper tier," but Davante Gardner could change that.
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Sunday June 13th, 2010 - Louisville, KY
And now it’s all over. There’s always a tiny twinge of sadness at the end of every road week that goes well, and I can feel it now. The friendships are put on hold until next time through town, and some of the people I hung out w...
Friday June 11th, 2010 - Louisville, IL I’m really enjoying Louisville. I’ve always liked it here for some reason. If I had to pick a town along I-65 to live, this would be it. It’s got a friendly vibe and I can feel a sense of civic pride from the people who live he...
Wednesday June 9th, 2010 - Louisville, KY It feels like old times again. I’m back on the road working a full week comedy club. It’s what I used to do almost every week for many years. Now, it’s almost uncommon. Many clubs have shrunk down to Thursday through Saturday...
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