B efore Christmas break, Jason Waterman lost his swagger. In his last two games, he managed a combined 12 points, including a two-point performance against rival Marquette. Waterman felt like he had met his match against the Redmen, and it seemed as if he had lost his stroke.
“[Marquette] knows who I am,” Waterman said. “They have locked me up through my career and they do a good job defending us. After that game, I felt like I lost a lot of confidence shooting the ball. It’s been every day, getting in the gym by myself and just trying to fix it.”