There are few NCAA basketball coaches, if any, that have a brighter career ahead of them than Brad Stevens, the head coach of the Butler Bulldogs.
The baby-faced Stevens, who turned 36 just a couple weeks ago, is beginning his 6th season at the helm at Butler, where he’s already had a historic run.
Brad Stevens has Butler poised for consistent success as the Bulldogs leave the Horizon League for the Atlantic 10.
Stevens’ Historic Career Start
With an outstanding career record of 139-40, Stevens has set the NCAA record for most wins by a coach in his first five seasons (he also holds the record for most wins by a coach in his first three and four seasons).
But perhaps more impressive than his overall win total is the NCAA Tournament magic that has occurred for the Bulldogs under his watch. Butler, a perennial Horizon League powerhouse, has made the tourney four out of five years under Coach Stevens, with the highlight being back-to-back trips to the championship games.
The first run...