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Marquette Buries Rival Wisconsin 82-63 in Madison

December 09, 2017 - 2:27 pm

MADISON – Having taken down rival Wisconsin for the second consecutive time Saturday at the Kohl Center, 82-63, Marquette can turn its attention to trying to survive in the Big East. UW, meanwhile, faces a more daunting road with guards D’Mitrik Trice and Kobe King out indefinitely. Markus Howard carried Marquette in the first half with 16 of his 23 points, Andrew Rowsey did the heavy lifting in the second half with 18 of his 24 points and UW couldn’t muster enough defensive stops or enough offense without Trice and King. READ MORE HERE.