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Butler suffers first defeat in narrow loss to Oklahoma State

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER Butler had a chance to pull off an upset against Oklahoma State, the fifth ranked team in the country. The Cowboys (7-0) held strong down the stretch and the Bulldogs (5-1) suffered their first defeat of the season, 69-67. Freshman guard Elijah Brown had a team-high 15 points, shooting 5-11

Butler advances past Washington State in Old Spice Classic

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER Senior forward Khyle Marshall and sophomore guard Kellen Dunham scored career-highs and carried Butler to the semifinals of the Old Spice Classic with a 76-69 win against Washington State on Thanksgiving Day. Dunham was the Bulldogs’ (5-0) leading scorer with a career-high 32 points, the most ever in an Old

Men’s basketball team survives at Ball State

If this were March, we’d be talking about “survive and advance” for the Butler Bulldogs But this is November. While wins are good, the Bulldogs have barely won their last three games. Princeton came down to one last defensive stop. Vanderbilt came down to one last defensive stop. Saturday was more of the same. While

Men’s basketball: Bulldogs defeat Commodores

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER Butler looked to be on its way to an easy victory Tuesday evening until Vanderbilt came storming back late in the game. It took an extra period, but the Bulldogs escaped with an 85-77 overtime win. The star of the night was Butler senior forward Khyle Marshall. Marshall scored a

Men’s basketball: Bulldogs cruise in season opener, gear up for Princeton next

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER Butler hosted Lamar Saturday night, ushering in the Brandon Miller era on a high note with an 89-58 win. The offense picked up where it left off in the team’s exhibition games. The team’s 89 points is its most in a season opener since the 2000-2001 season, when Butler scored

Butler defeats Lamar in regular season opener

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER Butler began the Brandon Miller Era Saturday night on a high note with an 89-58 home win against Lamar. The offense picked up where it left off in the team’s exhibition games. The Bulldogs’ (1-0) 89 points is the most in a season opener since the 2000-2001 season when they

Men’s basketball: Upcoming season marked by many changes

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER To say the offseason has been a whirlwind for the Butler men’s basketball team is an understatement. Between a conference change, a coaching change, the graduation of two key players and the loss of junior forward Roosevelt Jones to injury, this will be a different-looking Butler team. “At the end

Butler wins in Miller’s debut

MATTHEW VANTRYON | STAFF REPORTER Butler put on an offensive display Tuesday night, defeating Nova Southeastern 101-64 in an exhibition game. The Bulldogs featured a balanced scoring attack, as four players scored in double-figures. Leading the way was sophomore guard Kellen Dunham, who had a game-high 16 points, including three field goals from behind the

Jones has surgery on wrist

BY JOE BOOZELL & KYLE BEERY | COLLEGIAN STAFF Next man up. It’s a common theme heard in the world of sports. And for the Butler basketball team, that mantra will be more prevalent than ever after learning that star forward Roosevelt Jones will miss the 2013-2014 campaign due to torn ligaments in his left wrist.

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