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Retailer pays a price for getting too close to Obama
Topic - Khyle Marshall
Butler's usual March has already begun.
Alex Barlow knew he would have the opportunity to showcase his jump shot against DePaul.
Alex Barlow scored a career-high 19 points to lead Butler to a 79-46 victory over DePaul on Thursday night.
Hours after Brad Stevens told athletic director Barry Collier he was leaving Butler for Boston, he sat down to explain the decision to his players.
Shelvin Mack scored 27 points, including five in overtime, and Butler returned to the Final Four with a 74-71 victory over Florida on Saturday.
Of course Butler erased a late deficit. Of course the Bulldogs hit a clutch 3-pointer late in overtime. Of course they're going back to the Final Four.
But after a dismal first season in the Big East, capped by an 0-7 record in February, things looked as bleak as they have in recent memory when their final two players from Butler's 2011 runner-up team - Erik Fromm and Khyle Marshall - said farewell to the Hinkle Fieldhouse crowd Saturday.
Dunham scored 12 points and Khyle Marshall added 11 for Butler.