Gregg Marshall & Wichita St

Gregg Marshall (born February 27, 1963) is an American college basketball coach who currently leads the Wichita State Shockers men's basketball team of Wichita State University (WSU). Wichita State University (WSU) is a public university in Wichita, Kansas. It is one of six state universities governed by the Kansas Board of Regents. 1.7/5

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you have guys like Gregg Marshall at Wichita St making $3million a year
Great insight by TSU HC Dana Ford on Wichita St. HC Gregg Marshall, who he used to coach with.
their HC is from my wife's hometown. Gregg Marshall @ Wichita St went to her high school about 10 yrs before her too
Late 2008 season I told Gregg Marshall he could win the national championship at Wichita St. This season Shockers do it.
Gregg Marshall really making a mistake by not going to Bama or Texas and staying at Wichita St. b like VCU all over again there run is over.
Imagine what Gregg Marshall would’ve said if Wichita St. got an 8 last year. That just happened to undefeated Princeton …
Come to Wichita St. Gregg Marshall knows how to develop Point Guards.
We're so excited to announce that COY Gregg Marshall from Wichita St will be speaking in July. His record brea…
ESPN - Wichita St.'s Gregg Marshall gets Henry Iba Award from USBWA as NCAA's top coach this season
Just had a great interview with Wichita St. men's coach Gregg Marshall! Look for the Feature Story in our Jan/Feb edition.
Gregg Marshall, head coach for Wichita St., also went to high school in Roanoke, VA.
Gregg Marshall did a super job at Winthrop & has not missed a beat at WICHITA St- putting the hurt on Buckeyes -
put Gregg Marshall of Wichita St in COY conversation. Shox go 15-1 earlier this year even after losing 3 top starters to injuries
Illinois St. 27, Wichita St. 20 half. Well that was an ugly half of basketball. Gregg Marshall thanks lucky stars only down 7.
Carl Hall is a walking double-double. Had 16 and 11 in Wichita St's win over Tulsa. Gregg Marshall's team now 7-0.
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