After a disappointing 0-4 start in the Big East, with close losses to Seton Hall and Villanova, DePaul (13-5, 1-4) left little doubt against Butler that its nonconference season wasn’t a fluke. Butler, which was coming off a home loss to Seton Hall on Wednesday, never led and trailed by double digits the entire second half. After a tough home loss to Seton Hall and the blowout loss to DePaul, the Bulldogs have to face Villanova next. With the convincing win over Butler, DePaul proved to be in the mix for its first NCAA Tournament appearance since the 2003-2004 season. ADNO HANGOVERButler forward Sean McDermott said there was no carryover from Wednesday’s loss to Seton Hall.
Source: Washington Post January 18, 2020 21:00 UTC