Marquette Basketball: Ranking the Best Golden Eagles from Buzz Williams Era

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Marquette Basketball: Ranking the Best Golden Eagles from Buzz Williams Era
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Buzz Williams has been the head coach at Marquette for five-plus seasons after serving as Tom Crean's assistant for one year prior to Crean's departure to Bloomington, Ind. Over his head coaching career at Marquette, Williams has compiled a 129-58 (.690) record, including a 60-30 (.667) mark in Big East play.

Williams has taken the Golden Eagles to five consecutive NCAA tournaments, winning eight March Madness matchups over that span. Twice Marquette has been knocked out in the Sweet 16, while last year's squad advanced to the Elite Eight before bowing out to Syracuse.

This article will break down 12 players that Williams has coached during his tenure at MU, broken down into three segments. The first players listed were recruited by and played for Crean, but stayed at Marquette and played for Williams. The next group of four highlights players that were good players for Williams, but just short of making the final list. Finally, the final four are the quintessential Williams' players, all of whom were recruited and coached as warriors.

 

 

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