Why Does Michigan Deserve This National Championship?

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There is no question about it. The Michigan Wolverines deserve this national championship. But, wait, this team? Even after losing to Pennsylvania State at the end of the regular season? Yes. But, it’s a lot deeper than this team. Inside the […]

Butler’s “Blue II” To Retire This Week

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The Butler Bulldogs mascot, Blue II, will retire at the end of this season. No, this isn’t a joke. Butler University has had the next mascot, Blue III, or better known as “trip”, training for almost a year now. The current […]

Is Kentucky Afraid Of Indiana?

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The Indiana Hoosiers and the Kentucky Wildcats are one of the better rivalries in all of college sports when it comes to basketball, and thanks to the strange stance John Calipari has taken, the classic rivalry has seen its last days. […]

Butler’s Hinkle FIeldhouse Fighting To Stay Historic

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Butler’s historic Hinkle Fieldhouse is more than a basketball arena; it’s a basketball sanctuary. Built in 1927 and only slightly renovated twice it was officially named a national historical land mark in 1987. The movie Hoosiers that tells the story […]

If Tradition Doesn’t Graduate, Perhaps It Should Rennovate

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In Indiana there are traditionalists that believe in keeping things the same way; I’m not one of them. In Bloomington there is rich tradition in basketball history from the glory days of Branch McCracken and his two national titles at […]

Hats Off To Indiana’s Maurice Creek

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When Kentucky freshman Nerlens Noel went down after tearing his ACL Tuesday night I couldn’t help but think about how unfortunate that is. A young player that is sitting atop NBA mock drafts for this coming June took one wrong […]

Atlantic 10 Basketball: How Charlotte Exposed A Very Vulnerable Butler

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The Butler Bulldogs may be in bigger trouble than anyone could have possibly fathomed. Without Andrew Smith, their 6’11 senior center, the Bulldogs have a lot of holes on offense and defense that directly correlate to the void their big […]

Could Butler Earn A One Seed In The NCAA Tournament?

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If the Butler Bulldogs win the remaining seven games on their schedule and finish the regular season at 27-4 and then go on to win the Atlantic 10 conference tournament, there is a strong possibility the Bulldogs would have a […]

Indiana’s Hardest Test Has Yet To Come

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At 21-3 the Indiana Hoosiers have six games remaining in an absolutely stacked BIG 10 Conference that could do wonders for Tom Crean and his player’s confidence. It could also be the source of an absolute nightmare. Indiana still has to play at Minnesota, Michigan State and Michigan as well […]

Would Brad Stevens Ever Leave Butler?

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Butler’s Brad Stevens may very well be one of the best college basketball coaches we will ever see pace the sidelines. The 36-year old almost has a .800 winning percentage along with his two Final Four appearances that led the […]

Is Cody Zeller Ready For The NBA?

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When it comes to expectations in sports it is often hard to truly live up to, if not exceed, those expectations. That doesn’t mean it’s a free pass to be nowhere near where many analysts and fans expected you to […]