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No Storybook Ending For Butler

April 06, 2010 By: Katchop Category: NCAA

Butler lost against Duke in the 2010 NCAA Finals.

Butler's 2010 season () a Hollywood ending in the 2010 NCAA Finals against Duke (katchop)

Butler's 2010 season did not have a Hollywood ending in the NCAA Finals against Duke (katchop)

Kyle Singler scored 19 points and Brian Zoubek rebounded Gordon Hayward’s half-court miss with 3.6 seconds left Monday night to help Duke beat Butler 61-59, ending the tiny underdog’s try for a “Hoosiers” sequel one win short of the Hollywood ending.

The Blue Devils (35-5) snapped Butler’s 25-game winning streak and brought the long-awaited fourth national title back home to Carolina and the Cameron Crazies.

The “Big Three” — Singler, Jon Scheyer and Nolan Smith — won the Big One for coach Mike Krzyzewski, his first championship since 2001 and the fourth overall, tying Coach K with Adolph Rupp for second place on the all-time list.

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