Even though the NCAA final game was NOT what anyone expected, I have never been so proud to be a Butler alumnus. The team wasn't for sure if they would even be in the tournament to then make it to the Final game back-to-back. The team and Coach Stevens showed the true meaning of being a team: integrity, class, maturity, sportmanship, selflessness, being student athletes, etc. These guys are great role models and gave hope during a time in sports when we don't read many hopeful stories. I could go on and on, but if you saw or read anything about the Bulldogs then you probably already know this.
We went up to Indy to watch the Final Four game with fellow Butler alumni. The Callahans hosted us and the Sabelhauses came over along with some other Butler fans. It was a quick trip for us, but I really wanted to be around Butler alumni to watch at least one of the games. Since I went to the final game last year and was in a Butler bar in downtown Indy for the Final Four game last year this was the least I could do. It was a great game!
BU cupcakes before Jeremy let Addie carry them to the car...they did not arrive in Indy this pretty! Grr!
So maybe we were being neglectful parents. The kids were watching a movie on the main floor while we were watching the game downstairs. :) It wasn't too long until all of the kids were downstairs with us.
Cole cheesin' for the camera!