The Marquette Related Tweet Of The Week: 8/13-8/19

Andy Lyons

A slight delay on Tweet Of The Week this week, but it's still worth it.

Here at Anonymous Eagle, we're hip to all the latest trends on the internet... or so we tell ourselves. We know how much the kids today like to keep in touch and communicate through social media. In particular, we're big fans of the service known the world over as Twitter. Each week, we'll bring you a tweet that we found particularly interesting/funny/thought provoking/ridiculous that has some kind of Marquette connection to it.

For you long time readers, it's not a surprise to find out that we're big fans of former Golden Eagle Joe Fulce around these parts. We keep changing the name of the player of the game award for men's basketball and keep adding new awards as well, but the one constant is the Joe Fulce Undersung Eagle Of the Game.

Needless to say, it was exciting to get this tweet on Monday:

And thus begins the debate: Is "Banana Swirl" a real thing or not?

Nice to see Fulce elevating for the dunk towards the end, too.

Have you seen a Marquette related tweet that you'd like to see in this spot in the future? Let us know on Twitter or send the direct URL link to anon.eagle@gmail.com and be sure to send your Twitter tag along with it so we can give you credit for finding it!

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