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Photos of Butler’s 76-73 loss against Purdue in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
In an NCAA Tournament matchup between two Indiana teams, Purdue walked away with the 76-73 win for a spot in the Sweet 16.
Photos of Butler’s first round tournament win over Arkansas on March 16.
The Collegian sports staff makes their predictions for this weekend’s NCAA Final Four and National Championship games in Phoenix, Arizona.
Graduate transfer Avery Woodson is headed back to a familiar place – Memphis, Tennessee. Woodson, who is playing in his first NCAA tournament, will return to the place where he played the last two years. The Sweet 16 and Elite Eight will be held at the FedExForum.
Twitter was hyped up Saturday night as the Butler University men’s basketball team beat Middle Tennessee State to move on to the Sweet 16. The likes of Brad Stevens and Tony Dungy even got in on the fun.
The No. 4 seed Butler men’s basketball team led wire to wire against No. 12 seed Middle Tennessee on March 18 in Milwaukee, Wis. to advance to the Sweet 16 in Memphis, Tenn. They will face either the No. 1 seed North Carolina or the No. 8 seed Arkansas on March 24.
The No. 4 seed Butler men’s basketball team beat No. 13 seed Winthrop Eagles 76-64 on March 16 in Milwaukee, Wis. Butler will face Middle Tennessee State in the Round of 32.