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Measuring up: Butler vs. Madison

The Bulldogs and Badgers might be similar in their basketball habits, but the schools couldn’t be more different. And, sure, while we might be a mere 3,861 to Madison’s 30,555 in undergrad students, our schools are matched in recent Sweet Sixteen appearances. Click and drag the chart to see how else we compare: [photonav url=’http://thebutlercollegian.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ButlervMadison.jpg’

Wisconsin State Journal: Taylor is among nation’s elite, Butler’s coach says

By Rob Schultz and Tom Oates, The Wisconsin State Journal NEW ORLEANS — As Jordan Taylor closes in on scoring his 1,000th career point — he needs 21 to get there — the kudos for the junior point guard keep coming in from coaches. Butler Coach Brad Stevens believes Taylor makes the University of Wisconsin

Newsday: Butler still on script

By Greg Logan, Newsday NEW ORLEANS–Has there ever been a more magical run to the NCAA national championship game than the one Butler made last season when it went home to Indiana for the Final Four? Gordon Hayward’s half-court shot at the buzzer seemed destined to beat Duke until it caromed off glass and the

Duke outspent Butler by almost $9.5 million for 2010 men’s basketball

Curious how the rest of the Sweet 16-bound schools compare? Click and drag the chart below to see how your favorite team compares! [photonav url=’http://thebutlercollegian.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Basketball-Spending-Highlighted.jpg’ mode=’drag’ popup=’colorbox’ animate=” container_width=’590′ container_height=’450′]

FOLLOW THE GAME LIVE: Bulldogs vs. Badgers

Assistant Sports Editor Lance Rinker and Staff Writer Matt Rhinesmith blog the game live from Butler fan hot spot Applebee’s at 1072 Broad Ripple Avenue. The game tips off at 9:57 p.m., but we’ll start giving you the inside scoop at 9:45 p.m., giving you ample time to hype up for the big game. SWEET

Bulldogs will encounter similar foe in Wisconsin Badgers tomorrow

The Butler men’s basketball team will face a similar Midwestern foe in New Orleans tomorrow evening. The No. 4 seed Wisconsin Badgers (25-8) will be the No. 8 seed Bulldogs’ (25-9) Sweet 16 opponent, playing for the right to face the winner of the No. 2 seed Florida Gators and No. 3 seed Brigham Young

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