Gregg Marshall & Wichita State
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. /5
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Wichita State & Gregg Marshall add an assistant that is a sexual abuser, and claims of racism-. read for yourself-
Trio of Wichita State seniors prepping for final home game: WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Gregg Marshall has gone...
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall: "We didn’t play great. But we played well enough to beat a really good team."
South Carolina is a vs. Wichita State. What an interesting matchup that would be with Gregg Marshall vs USC.
With 9 MVC season titles, Wichita State is tops among active Valley schools. Gregg Marshall has won more (3) than any ot…
Wichita State's Landry Shamet (stress fracture) is expected to return in early to mid February, Gregg Marshall told
Gregg Marshall is 16-4 against the Sycamores since his arrival at Wichita State.
Another good one. Same concept with 1 dribble pull . Great Gun Shooting drill with Gregg Marshall from Wichita State
Charles Koch ponied up to keep Gregg Marshall at Wichita State:
Not sure why you would stay at Wichita State over Texas (if true) but good for the Shockers and Gregg Marshall.
Gregg Marshall has reached a deal to remain at Wichita State, multiple sources told Story coming.
"Who does he have a better chance of getting to the Final Four with - Wichita State or Alabama" - Mike Wilbon on Gregg Marshall. UM...
Alabama will reportedly make an offer to Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall.
University of Alabama MBB prepared to make big run at Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall via
The University of Alabama is set to make a strong push to sign Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall. Will offer at least 3 mil or more a year.
HC Gregg Marshall of Wichita State has proved you can win without 4/5 star recruits
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall has $73,000 in on-court bonuses so far; he'll get $36,000 more for Shockers being in NC…
Wichita State Head Coach Gregg Marshall's slogan for his basketball program is "play angry." That's what the...
In your opinion, would 's "dump truck of cash" theory work on Wichita State's Gregg Marshall to bball?
Gregg Marshall from Wichita State is absolutely the most underrated coach in America
Gregg Marshal was unhappy about student section attendance at Wichita State games. So he wrote the fans a letter:
Mizzou basketball search list need be only two deep: Gregg Marshall of Wichita State, or Kim Anderson of Central Missouri …
As he prepared to speak at his team’s postseason banquet Thursday night, Wichita State Basketball Coach Gregg Marshall took out his pen and scribbled down some last-minute notes.
The Kansas City Star has a poll up right now on its website (Kansas City.com) asking whom Mizzou should hire to replace Frank Haith. After the first 1,114 votes, Wichita State's Gregg Marshall is No. 1 with 417 votes, Central Missouri's Kim Anderson is second with 366 and Virginia Commonwealth's Shaka Smart is third at 96.
AP Coach of Year: Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Gregg Marshall, whose Wichita State team was the first to reach the NCAA tournament undefeated in 33 years, has been selected The Associated Press’ coach of the year. The Shockers entered the tournament at 34-0 and as a No. 1 seed. They became the first team in NCAA men’s history to win its first 35 games. They lost to Kentucky in the third round and fell short of matching Indiana in 1976 as the last unbeaten national champion. Marshall led the Shockers to a No. 2 ranking in the final poll and to the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season and tournament titles. For the fifth straight season, the Shockers won at least 25 games. Marshall received 44 votes Thursday from the same 65-member national media panel that selects the weekly Top 25. Tony Bennett of Virginia had 13 votes, Billy Donovan of Florida drew six and John Beilein of Michigan and Larry Brown of SMU one each. Voting ended on Selection Sunday. AP Coach of the Yea ...
Creighton's Doug McDermott named AP player of year; Wichita State's Gregg Marshall coach of the year (ESPN)
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall chosen coach of the year - Gregg...
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall to receive Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award from USBWA: ST. LOUIS – Gregg Mars...
Gregg Marshall, who led Wichita State to a 35-1 record and a No. 1 seeding in the NCAA tournament, has been selected as the recipient of the Henry Iba Coach of the Year Award, presented by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
Tracy Wolfson caught up with Wichita State Head Coach Gregg Marshall after the Shockers lost 78-76 to the Kentucky Wildcats in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
Wichita State Shockers' memorable season ends early in tourney ST. LOUIS (AP) — Wichita State's season came to a conclusion long before even Kentucky coach John Calipari thought it deserved, at the hands of his Wildcats in a thrilling NCAA tournament game. Yet in the immediate aftermath of the loss on Sunday, two things became clear: The Shockers had put together a season to remember and they're poised to do it again. After making the Final Four a year ago, they became the first team to start 35-0. They won their first Missouri Valley tournament title since 1987. They went toe-to-toe with the mighty Wildcats, a team stocked with NBA talent, until the final buzzer finally sounded. Calipari said afterward that it should have been an Elite Eight game, and the winner should have gone to the Final Four. Instead, when the Shockers' Fred VanVleet missed a 3-pointer at the end, it was Kentucky that was advancing and Wichita State that was headed home. "Wichita State never gave up," Calipari said, "and they had ...
Wichita State men's Basketball Coach Gregg Marshall just said, "This season has literally been a magic carpet ride". Really? Your season was LITERALLY a magic carpet ride?!? I wonder what it was like watching his team play all of their games on a magic carpet? Perhaps he rode a magic carpet to work every day? Either way he lives a magical life. Literally.
I am seeing a lot of WSU fans posting this article about Wichita State deserving a lot of respect despite their loss. Both KU and WSU had a pretty incredible season. KU went for their 10th straight conference title and WSU had a record unbeaten streak. In my opinion WSU achieved a greater feat, but I still a bit confused. Any team that is a one or two or three seed, and for that matter really any team that even makes March Madness deserves respect. But in the same way any one or two seed that loses in the round of 32 is pretty much a woeful disappointment. I personally would prefer having a KU team that consistently makes it to the Final Four as opposed to a KU team that consistently wins conference titles but doesn't know how to show up in March. Last thought here, I sure would like to think that Bill Self loves the state of Kansas enough to give us the solid entertainment of a consistent matchup season after season between KU and WSU. And also, Gregg Marshall probably isn't going to be able to keep the ...
I blame Gregg Marshall the Wichita State coach the fukk you draw a play up for Vanvleet to take the last shot don't get me wrong he good but either Early or my boy Ron Baker should've taken that shot and I know the play was for him cuz Early and Baker basically jogged to their spots so they knew they wasn't getting it
Catching up with the NCAA's (headlines, scores, comments and Top Quotes) Stanford Upsets Kansas number ten Stanford 60 number two Kansas 57. I called this one. Stanford wins by three. KU is Ko'ed. KU freshman star Andrew Wiggins was held to four points. Top Quote: ''I let a lot of people down,'' Wiggins said. ''If I would have played better, we wouldn't be in this situation, you know? I blame myself for this.'' Wichita State Finishes 35-1 number 8 Kentucky 78 number one Wichita State 76. John Calipari is still an *** Top Quote: ''Both teams were making plays,'' Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall said later, his voice sounding tired. ''Back and forth, back and forth.'' Iowa State Makes last Shot To Nip UNC 85-83 number three Iowa State 85 number six North Carolina 83 ISU made a dozen three-pointers. Top Quote: ''He's been our Mariano Rivera. He's been our closer all throughout this season,'' Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg said. Tennessee never trails in Third tourney win number 11 Tennessee 83 num ...
Wichita State disrespected? Only the Shockers coach thinks so BY SAM MELLINGER The Kansas City Star ST. LOUIS — The people around Wichita State basketball like to say they have a perfect record but an imperfect team, and they’re dead right on both counts because we’re 20 minutes into the open locker room and not one guy in here seems angry. Nobody has talked of being overlooked or disrespected, and that’s no small thing, because the postgame pizza looks mid-major. Fortunately, their coach has their back. Gregg Marshall sees disrespect around every corner, under every breadcrumb, and he’s not about to change now. “We like to play that us-against-the-world mentality,” says sophomore guard Ron Baker. “That comes from our coach.” The nobody-respects-us thing is as much a part of the athlete life as Gatorade, of course, but it’s hard to think of many teams who’ve made it such a stubborn part of their identity as the play-angry Shockers, now college basketball’s first-ever 35-0 team afte ...
NCAA tournament at St. Louis: Wichita State, Kentucky, Stanford, Kansas advance ST. LOUIS (AP) — The lasting impression for Cal Poly was Wichita State's diligence on the less glamorous end of the court. Even with just a so-so offense, the unbeaten Shockers cruised to a historic 35th win in a row largely because they never quit on defense. That'll come in handy when the competition steps up Sunday against preseason No. 1 Kentucky. "I know that these guys guard," coach Gregg Marshall said after a 64-37 rout of the lone sub-.500 team in the field Friday night. "That's what we ask them to do for 35 seconds. To hold a team under 40 is a great accomplishment, especially a team that won their league." Cleanthony Early had all but four of his 23 points in a dominating first half against a first-time NCAA entrant. Fred VanVleet had eight assists, Ron Baker had nine rebounds and Kadeem Coleby had four of the team's six blocks in the 10th consecutive double-digit victory for the Shockers (35-0). The losers managed ...
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). He previously served as the Head Coach of the Winthrop Eagles men's basketball team of Winthrop University. Marshall...
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Wichita State and Memphis to play next season in South Dakota: Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall has made it ...
So I just read an ESPN article saying that Gregg Marshall, the Head Coach of Wichita State, pretty much saying it wasn't fair to be in the same section of the bracket as Kentucky and Louisville. If anyone still thinks that Wichita is a great team, please be ready to be called an *** Let's see that zero loss column hold up through the Round of 32 or the Sweet 16. My argument is now justified, thank you, Gregg Marshall.
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall basically just told all the haters to go kick rocks on Mike & Mike.
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall is The Sporting News' national coach of the year.
I like this quote from Wichita State's Gregg Marshall on critics: "Wolves do not fret over the opinions of sheep."
ESPN Magazine asked Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall: "What living person do you most admire?' Marshall: "Charles Koch. He and his brother are the fourth richest men in America, and he's done it with great integrity and great commitment to the community. He's brilliant"
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall puts teeth into coaching Not sure if I like him or hate him. But I him.
*Calls Bill Self* "Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall, "To anyone complaining about our schedule - call us. We'll put you on it.""
Clark Kellogg shares his thoughts on teams to watch this year: "Wichita State shocked many with a Final Four appearance last year. I won’t be shocked if the Shockers do it again. Gregg Marshall's team is capable. Also, keep an eye on BYU, Dayton, Florida State, Iowa State and UMASS."
Yesterday, I posted that Steve Patterson, currently at Arizona State, was going to be the next athletic director at Texas. Personally, I think the Longhorns made an awesome hire! And, here is my bold prediction. Within no more than five years, Texas is going to be the premier school to be doing great in BOTH football and basketball at the same time, whether or not they have the most consistent program in either. I am predicting Patterson to make two "home run-caliber" Head Coaching hires for each. While I am not predicting Nick Saban to go to Texas, I think the Longhorns' next football coach will be great with both Xs & Os and recruiting. That and being at a school that is among the easier sells for talent is one great combination. As for hoops, I could be wrong, but I am predicting either Buzz Williams of Marquette or Gregg Marshall, currently at Wichita State, to be the next head basketball man in Austin. Once again, I am not saying that either the basketball or the football team will be the nation's be ...
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall is the highest paid coach in the Missouri Valley Conference
Forbes moves WICHITA, Kan. — Former SWCC coach and Tennessee assistant Steve Forbes told CBSSports.com on Monday that he has reached an agreement to join Gregg Marshall's staff at Wichita State. This development means Forbes is the first person from Bruce Pearl's staff at Tennessee to re-enter the NCAA. "I was so excited and honored when coach Marshall asked me to join his staff," Forbes told CBSSports.com. "Coach Marshall is one of the top coaches in college basketball -- proving that with a historical run to the Final Four this past year. I have so much respect for him." Forbes said he has lifelong friendships with Shockers associate Head Coach Chris Jans and assistant coach Greg Heiar. Forbes is one of three former Tennessee assistants who was, along with Pearl, fired in March 2011 during an NCAA investigation rooted in a now infamous cookout Pearl held at his home in violation of NCAA bylaws. Before Tennessee, Forbes was an assistant at Illinois State, Louisiana Tech and Texas A&M. He has recently b ...
I can't get over how well-coached and disciplined Wichita State was. Outstanding game plan and Gregg Marshall deserves a ton of credit.
Gregg Marshall's game plan was phenomenal tonight and Wichita State executed it perfectly. Shame they couldn't pull it off.
Fun line-up on the SiriusXM Show today: Wichita State's Gregg Marshall, CBS Sports Jim Nantz & ESPN's Dan Dakich...3-6, ET on SiriusXM 91.
Whicker: Staying at Wichita State is Marshall's plan: LOS ANGELES – This is not Gregg Marshall's ...
Wichita State and former Winthrop hc Gregg Marshall has that Jim Cornette look. All that's missing is a tennis racquet & Stan and Bobby.
Two years ago, Gregg Marshall turned down North Carolina State and chose to stay at Wichita State.
Gregg Marshall celebrates after Wichita State defeats Gonzaga via
Statement win for Wichita State. Shockers continue to overachieve under Gregg Marshall.
Gregg Marshall loses his top 5 scores from last yr, including 4 starters and still rolled over Detroit today for Wichita State's 24th win.
Gregg Marshall on talking abt 1 time all year someone played harder then them at Wichita State! Ears burning Sycamore fans?!
3 early Wichita State turnovers have the natives restless. Gregg Marshall's cheeks are red as Detroit's unis. 7-2, Titans.
Gregg Marshall would never leave Wichita State for Ole Miss.
Caption this photo of Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall
It's funny, how Wichita State basketball has captured an OU guy. Probably because I have an undying appreciation for any team that will defend like crazy and hit the backboards - and an undying need to punch anyone in the throat who thinks the beauty of basketball is found in dunks and three-point shots. Add to that today, when I was lunching in Heroes watching Gregg Marshall invest a bunch of time taking photos and talking basketball with some truly star-struck Shocker diehards. Nothing quick, nothing patronizing, just a coach who looked for all the world sincerely interested in what his fans wanted to know. Clearly, Marshall understands who his program belongs to - those folks who wanted a picture and a few words about the basketball team. Some would say he knows how to market his program. Bob Layton calls that community engagement. I call it a breath of fresh air, watching the city's rock star acting like an ordinary guy surrounded by ordinary guys. Already admire what Marshall's done at WSU. Today add ...
Coach Gregg Marshall has No. 20 Wichita State flying high WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — There are some coaches in college basketball who always seem composed. They may be churning below the surface, but outwardly they’re calm, keeping everything bottled up until a player makes an errant pass or an official’s call goes the other way. Gregg Marshall is not one of those coaches. The sixth-year coach of Wichita State is the fly that fell in the can of Red Bull, perpetual motion personified. He stalks the sidelines in his jet-black suit for 40 minutes every night, his screaming voice augmented by his flailing arms and stomping feet. He’d be wasting his time if he wasn’t talking to four people at once — calling for a sub, conferring with an assistant, ripping a referee, all while ordering up the next play. “We don’t always do things perfect, and when we don’t, he can get loud,” admitted Carl Hall, a senior forward. “But he just wants to win. That’s him. He’s all about winning.” He’s been do ...
Wichita State Head Coach Gregg Marshall joined Mark Packer and Tom Brennan on College Sports Today to discuss the team's big win over Creighton.
Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart, Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall and Michigan's Trey Burke are among the recipients of SN's midseason college basketball awards. Find out who else excelled — or failed — in the first half.
I am so impressed with Wichita State. Gregg Marshall lost so much fire power, they've dealt with injuries, and they are still crazy good.
"You know who would be my national coach of the year right now? Gregg Marshall of Wichita State."- Seth Davis,
Coming up this afternoon on TheGame, we'll talk with Wichita State's Gregg Marshall at 4:15. If you could ask him anything what would it be?
The always enjoyable talking big things about Wichita State, Cle Early & Gregg Marshall.
Amazing the job Gregg Marshall has done at Wichita State. Shockers now 13-1 after tonight's win at Drake. Tough, tough team.
Wichita State gets commitment from 6'6 Nick Wiggins Wabash Valley CC. Huge get for Gregg Marshall. Picked Shockers over Baylor + Oregon St.
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall gets a special honor from his old stomping grounds
Wichita State Basketball Coach Gregg Marshall will remain as the Shockers coach, the university announced Saturday through a press release.
Just saw the official press release saying Gregg Marshall is staying at Wichita State
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall was believed to be front-runner for South Carolina. However, he has yet to hear from AD
Sounds like the South Carolina AD is reluctant to take a run at Wichita State's Gregg Marshall but is facing a lot of pressure to do so.
Congrats to Wichita State's Gregg Marshall who was named Missouri Valley Conference coach of the year today! Go Shox!
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