Matt Howard of the Butler Bulldogs is to committing a good hard foul what Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is to being unfunny and possessing no wit. Howard benefited greatly from sophomore Center Andrew Smith breaking the starting lineup. This allowed Howard to move from the five to the four, giving him more experience playing the only position he has a legitimate chance of … [Read more...] about Can Butler’s Matt Howard Make it in the NBA?
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Butler senior forward Matt Howard has been named the 2010-11 NCAA Division I college basketball Academic All-American of the Year. Howard was chosen to the Capital One Academic All-America Team, for a school-record third consecutive year. Howard was one of two repeat selections on the University Division first team. Graduate student Tim Abromaitis of Notre Dame also was … [Read more...] about National Academic All-American of the Year: Butler’s Matt Howard
For a solid blueprint to success, the team playing at the campus colloquially known as "Circle" can look to their "Circle City" conference brethren. "Butler has a program that we're aspiring to be, not that we're trying to be Butler," said UIC first year Head Coach Howard Moore, who previously worked as an assistant under Bo Ryan at Wisconsin. "We're aspiring for that … [Read more...] about Butler Bulldogs a Good Role Model for UIC Flames
If you read a lot of March Madness bracket projections (as college hoops nerds such as I often do) you might have noticed the Butler Bulldogs beginning the day as one of the last college basketball teams into the field of 68. So with a road trip to UIC and a home game against Loyola waiting to finish up the conference slate, it was imperative the Bulldogs win big over … [Read more...] about Butler Bulldogs 79, UIC Flames 52: Rapid Reaction