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- Netanyahu’s spokesman: Safe to fly to Israel
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Topic - Ronald Nored
Keep shooting, the Butler players told each other over and over, the shots are bound to start falling.
Butler assistant head coach Matthew Graves estimates the Bulldogs' coaching staff is averaging 4-5 hours of sleep during the NCAA tournament, skipping a good night's rest to pore over game film.
Butler's trip is 1,036 miles this year, not six. The only way players are getting to class is if they Skype. And it's a safe bet there won't be 30,000 Bulldog fans jamming Reliant Stadium for open practice Friday.
Second-best just won't cut it for Butler this year.
Ronald Nored looks around Hinkle Fieldhouse and sees change.
Before the Final Four, junior point guard Ronald Nored said Mack promised him they would finish their careers together.
"I'm not going to convince him," Nored said last week. "When you're in that position, you have a more clear idea of where you will go."