What a Difference a Week Makes for Marquette

By David Scott - January 10, 2007

STORRS, Conn. - It was just six days ago that Hang Time caught Marquette against Providence in a game that put into doubt the early season hype over the Golden Eagles start. Providence was in control from tip to finish and Marquette - without guard Jerel McNeal - looked cooked.

Tonight, the Golden Eagles have come out with a vim and vigor and lead 16-8 with 11:37 to go. UConn has already used 12 players in an effort to stem the tide (and appease cranky Jim Calhoun).

The Huskies are shooting an abysmal 22 percent from the field while MU is at 40 percent. Both Dominic James and Jerel McNeal have six points each and UConn’s Jeff Adrien has five.

Posted by David Scott at 07:28 PM on January 10, 2007

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