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Butler's Nored cracks tooth, returns

Butler senior guard Ronald Nored isn't having a fun little Saturday.  Just minutes into Butler's game against the University of Detroit Mercy, he did a face plant into the Hinkle Fieldhouse floor.  The floor got the best of him. And the result...not for the squeamish...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
February 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Butler guard Ronald Nored trades his hightops for a clipboard

Whereas most coaches enter the profession only after they're unable to play basketball at a high level anymore, Butler guard Ronald Nored didn't have the patience to wait that long. The senior-to-be has begun preparing to enter the college coaching ranks after graduation by spending part of the past two offseasons coaching an Indianapolis-based 17-and-under summer basketball team...
Via The Dagger
July 22, 2011  |  Discuss

Even at 2 a.m., Butler receives a well-deserved hero’s welcome

Butler guard Ronald Nored is apparently as comfortable with a microphone in his hands as he is with a basketball. Speaking in front of hundreds of Butler fans  Sunday morning at an impromptu 2 a.m. rally following the team's arrival from New Orleans, Nored thanked the crowd for braving the cold to celebrate the Bulldogs' unlikely return to the Final Four. Then Nored promised that...
Via The Dagger
March 27, 2011  |  Discuss

Let’s Take A Look At Butler

We are now just 1 day away from the start of the 2010-2011 basketball season. The Cards will open up against the #17 Butler Bulldogs, a team who is coming off its first final 4 appearance in school history. Starters: Ronald Nored: PG - JR. 6’0 174 - Started 33 games last year. Not a big threat to score on offense, but does a great job at controlling the game. Named Horizon League...
Via The Cardinal Connect
November 15, 2010  |  Discuss

Why Butler's Ronald Nored almost didn't get to the Final Four

Of the many memories Ronald Nored shared in a blog post looking back at Butler's historic Final Four run, the most interesting was an anecdote that revealed how close the sophomore guard came to not participating in any of it. When the Bulldogs were in San Jose for first- and second-round games against UTEP and Murray State last March, they spent some downtime walking around the...
Via The Dagger
September 03, 2010  |  Discuss

Butler Drops The Cuse

The Orange led 54-50 with about three minutes to play when Ronald Nored’s deep three and an inside bucket by Matt Howard gave the Bulldogs a one-point lead. Syracuse turned the ball over on the next possession, and Willie Veasley got a kind bounce on a corner three to push the lead to four. From there it was fouling and free throws and the Bulldogs held on to win, 63-59. Butler closed...
Via The Scores Report
March 25, 2010  |  1 Comment

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