It'd be tempting to chalk this up to an opponent that couldn't seem to miss from three.And to a certain extent, that would actually be more or less right. It isn't often that a team takes 11 more dunks and layups than the opposing team, holds the opposing team to 32% from 2, and loses. Repeatedly, the Hoyas were able to get easy shots. And repeatedly, the Hoyas would limit the Golden Eagles to a jump shot. Which the Marquette player would make. Some of them were wide open; but many of them were contested.Looking deeper, though, the Hoyas still committed some cardinal sins, and they were the usual ones. The team shot decently (not well) but the offense was not particularly strong because of the usual amount of turnovers and poor offensive rebounding. On the defensive end, the team...

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