The Big East is shaping up once again to be one of the top conferences in the nation as multiple teams are primed for NCAA Tournament bids this season.
Basketball season is finally back, and with multiple ranked opponents and unique out-of-conference games, the Bulldogs have set up one of their most difficult and exciting schedules in years.
In light of the recent success of the Butler men’s basketball team in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships, the Butler community, as well as Indianapolis, has grown closer. We have all utilized the team’s success as a reason to unite as we cheer “our team” on to victory. It is a unique experience…
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The Butler men’s basketball team was the victim of its own demise in Monday night’s NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, making them the fourth team in NCAA history to lose consecutive title games. The Bulldogs’ worst shooting performance of the season came against the No. 3-seed Connecticut Huskies, who defeated the Bulldogs, 53-41, in…
Watch the dog fight progress in the championship game between the Butler Bulldogs and the Connecticut Huskies. [cincopa A8BARgqasCps]
What do you think about the Bulldogs’ match up in the championship game against Connecticut? We’ve done our homework and gathered the dish on our Husky opponents. Here’s what we’re up against: [cincopa AkFA7iaZsWPW]
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Since Butler eliminated Virginia Commonwealth in last night’s national semifinal game, things are back to normal, or as normal as they can get on the eve of a national championship.