Butler Bulldogs

Head coach Brad Stevens of the Butler Bulldogs celebrates defeateing the Florida Gators 74 to 71 in overtime by cuttin down part of the net during the Southeast regional final of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament at New Orleans Arena on March 26, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Butler Leaving Horizon League for Atlantic 10

Butler fills a void left by Temple, which will join the Big East. The only team farther west in the conference is Saint Louis.


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UConn Defeats Butler 53-41 for National Title

On a night when the massive arena felt like a dusty old gym, UConn made Butler look like the underdog it really was.


Shawn Vanzant #2 of the Butler Bulldogs goes to the hoop against Brandon Rozzell #32 of the Virginia Commonwealth Rams during the National Semifinal game of the 2011 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship at Reliant Stadium on April 2, 2011 in Houston, Texas. (Getty/Andy Lyons)

Butler Returns to NCAA Basketball Title Game

Bulldogs proved to much for VCU to handle in semifinals, 70-62


Brad Stevens

Butler Dances to 2nd Consecutive Final Four

#8 seed topples #2 Florida 74-71


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Wild Weekend Down, Another Coming Up at NCAAs

Upset specialists Butler, Marquette and Virginia Commonwealth have made it through, setting up another potential mid-major breakthrough.


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Bracket Busters, Top Seeds All Part of Round of 16

The conference that placed a record 11 teams into the 64-team field ended up with only two among the last 16.


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Butler Did It – Upset a #1

Announcers said game had the craziest final 7 sec. they’d ever seen.



NCAA Committee Has Tough Calls in 68-Team Field

Schedule strength and road wins get more credit than margin of victory, and finishing strong matters.



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