Stevens out to prove Butler belongs among the nation's elite programs--Sports Illustrated
Morning Five: 09.28.10 Edition--Rush The Court
Wouldn’t it be great if Butler’s Brad Stevens ultimately decided to stay in Indianapolis for the next thirty-odd years and built Butler into a national powerhouse who competed with the likes of Duke, Kentucky, UNC and Kansas for the top recruits and slots in the Final Four every year? To say Stevens will never leave Butler for another job at a high(er)-major is unlikely — after all, never is a long time for a 33-year old — but according to this article by Seth Davis, it certainly appears that the coaching wunderkind is awfully comfortable with his office in Hinkle Fieldhouse, and we’re rooting for him to be in the old barn for a very long time.
Tip It With The Titans On Oct. 15--detroittitans.com
WSU to again host Howloween Hoops--Mark Katz's Blog
Howloween Hoops Set for October 28--wsuraiders.com