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For the third time Jim Calhoun got to cut down the nets on the final night of the season.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
For the third time Jim Calhoun got to cut down the nets on the final night of the season. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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From DePaul to Butler

It was a late Tuesday morning in early March and the UCONN Huskies were relegated to playing in the game no one in the Big East wants to play.  The bottom feeders of the conference are used to that opening game at Madison Square Garden, but the UCONN"s, Syracuse's, Louisville's, and Pittsburgh's of the league are perennially jockeying for the top four seeds and the coveted double bye.  In front of a modest crowd Kemba Walker scored 26 points as UCONN crushed DePaul 97-71.

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Jim Calhoun
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College Basketball’s Big Dogs

Monday night’s National Title men’s basketball game between Butler and UConn was one of the worst played contests in recent memory.

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The Butler Bulldogs will try and cash in on their second straight national championship appearance.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
The Butler Bulldogs will try and cash in on their second straight national championship appearance. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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Conn the Butler Do It One Last Time?

At this point we have run out of superlatives to describe what the Butler Bulldogs have done the last two seasons.  To me they are more wicked stepsister and less Cinderella.  Even though the name across their jersey says Butler, if it read Indiana no one would question it.

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Brad Stevens
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Ten Things I Learned – Butler is Back!

It was a busy sports week, dominated by the third and fourth rounds of the NCAA Tournament. As usual, there were plenty of surprises:

1. Butler and VCU belong in the Final Four. The Cinderella Bulldogs and Rams put on another great show for the college basketball world

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(Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
(Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
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The Birth of a Dynasty?

The Butler Bulldogs seem to have made the transition from perennial tournament team to legitimate Final Four contender.  Two amazing seasons is hardly an adequate sample size, but Brad Stevens has taken the program to levels that Todd Lickliter couldn't.  Can Butler do what Duke did nearly 30 years ago and go from a nobody to a national power?

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