Tag Archives: Gordon Hayward

Top six very, very good things about the Butler Way
August 17, 2016

For the third time in 2016, Butler’s basketball program has suffered a profound loss. First came the expected but extremely sad passing of Andrew Smith, whose goodness and competitiveness forever endeared him to staff, teammates, and fans for the latter seven years of his way-too-short 25 year life. Then we heard about “Little Em” Kampen, […]

2010 Final Four – Butler Can Win It All at Home
April 2, 2010

by Juston Whitaker Four teams have made it through the madness of March to this year’s NCAA men’s Final Four, and one can win the title in its home city. UCLA did it in 1972, in Los Angeles. Now, the Butler Bulldogs, whose first Final Four is in their home city, are two games away […]

Should Brad Stevens Be the New Head Coach for Indiana University Basketball?
March 30, 2010

by Kent Sterling There is some discontent in Bloomington.  The Hoosiers have posted 16-wins over the past two seasons, and that isn’t going to get it.  The recruiting class that is supposed to prove that last year’s top ten class was no fluke currently consists of two kids at positions where Indiana already has depth. […]