The Butler Bulldogs struggled, uncharistically, in their first season in the Big East Conference. The Bulldogs shocked everyone around the college basketball world when they rose to prominence, advancing to back to back national championship games in 2010 and 2011. Those runs deep into the tournament were, of course, led by Brad Stevens. Stevens has moved on to the NBA and now it is Brandon Miller’s turn. Miller’s first season with Butler was the 2012-2013 season and finished the year with a record of 14 and 17. The second year of the Brandon Miller promises to be more of a success. Butler returns leading scorer (16 PPG) Kellen Dunham. The sharp-shooting guard hoisted up over 200 threes last season and will once again by the primary option for Butler on offense.
The Butler Bulldogs play their home games at legendary Hinkle Fieldhouse. In addition to Big East, Butler has also spent time in the Horizon league and Atlantic 10 conference. Gold Coast Tickets has you covered with the best seats in the house!