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Indianapolis — It wasn't as smooth as its opening win against Miami (Ohio), but the result was still what Butler wanted Monday evening.

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New York — It took No. 2 Villanova just five seconds to take the lead against Butler on Friday night in the Big East Semifinal at Madison Square Garden.

Chicago — If Butler is going to make the NCAA Tournament this season, games like Saturday's match-up with DePaul are ones they have to win.


Indianapolis — It wasn't a thing of beauty, but Butler got exactly what they needed from Saturday night's exhibition contest against Division II power Lincoln Memorial.


Memphis — Friday night's regional semifinal against No. 1 seed North Carolina in Memphis will be a homecoming of sorts for Butler senior Avery Woodson.

Milwaukee — Heading into Thursday afternoon's opening round NCAA Tournament game between fourth-seeded Butler and 13th-seeded Winthrop, a lot of the attention was focused in on the Eagles dynamic point guard Keon Johnson.


Indianapolis — To some programs, when earning their highest seed ever in the NCAA Tournament, it may be cause for celebration.


Indianapolis — DePaul head coach Dave Leitao could only sit back and express his admiration of what he had just seen Sunday afternoon at Butler's Hinkle Fieldhouse.


Indianapolis — After two weeks of appearing to be limping toward the end of the season, the 24th-ranked Butler Bulldogs got a much needed solid performance on Wednesday night against St. John's.

Indianapolis — The past two weeks have been the roughest patch of the season for the No. 24 Butler Bulldogs, who have lost three of games following Saturday's 71-65 loss at Providence.


Indianapolis — Outside the women’s basketball offices at Hinkle Fieldhouse, there is a quote from Tony Hinkle reading: “If only the Fieldhouse could talk. The stories it would tell.”


Indianapolis — After a blowing a 10-point second half lead and having a tumultuous flight home from their Big East opener, the 13th ranked Butler Bulldogs were more than happy to get back on their home court Sunday afternoon when they hosted Providence.


INDIANAPOLIS — Like many people at this time of the year, Zionsville native and former Butler University head coach Brad Stevens was able to come home around the holidays.


Indianapolis — With the shot clock winding down and less than a minute remaining, Butler senior Tyler Lewis spun and dished to classmate Andrew Chrabascz, who sunk a floating right-hander as the shot clock expired.


Indianapolis — The Butler Bulldogs had a bad taste lingering in their mouths after Wednesday night's loss to Indiana State.

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