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The Butler Buzzerbeater

It’s great having a basketball team that performs very well (on most years) and gets opportunities to travel to Maui for an invitational tournament. My friend on the cheer-leading squad  has been looking forward to it the whole semester, and couldn’t stop talking about it over the last few days.

What’s even more fantastic is having a team perform exceptionally during the tournament! I had caught some of the game on the radio as I drove home, but I wasn’t able to catch the last few minutes. As soon as I got home, my facebook newsfeed was on fire with comments about the game. And what did most of the comments have in common? This clip, courtesy of Rotnie Clark.

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Some may look at this as a redemption of Hayward’s missed last minute three point shot in the final moments of the March Madness tournament. I imagine this is how our team is preparing for another such event, should the need arise for a buzzer-beating three pointer. And judging by the results, we’ll be prepared next time. March Madness, here we come.

2 Responses to The Butler Buzzerbeater

  1. Kristen Raves says:

    Great game! Too bad we couldn’t pull out the final game. Also, I have a feeling one day we’ll win that championship ring. After all, we are one of only 10 team to go to back-to-back NCAA final four games.

  2. Nick says:

    Congrats on the win, although you’ll never win the big one at least they’ll have something to tell their grand kids about, and dream on about what a championship ring would look and feel like, while we keep polishing ours

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