AP: Brad Stevens '99 Experiences "Whirlwind Two Months of Celebrity"
June 15, 2010
June 15, 2010, Greencastle, Ind. — "Butler coach Brad Stevens says he still thinks constantly about that missed halfcourt heave against Duke," begins an Associated Press article on the 1999 DePauw University graduate. "At least his newfound fame gives him little time to agonize. Since Butler came within a missed buzzer-beater of winning the NCAA championship, Stevens has gone through a whirlwind two months of celebrity. Speaking engagements. Public appearances. Autograph requests," reports Paul J. Weber.
The Bulldogs came within an eyelash of victory in the thrilling national championship contest, notes AP, and "Stevens has been a star since."
Access the article at the Web site of USA Today.
Brad Stevens and his college coach, DePauw's Bill Fenlon, are both interviewed in a special which is airing this month on FOX Sports Midwest. (at right: Stevens is greeted by his former professor, Gary Lemon, on the stage of DePauw's Kresge Auditorium)
On June 4, Stevens signed with IMG Worldwide for exclusive management in all business areas including licensing, literary, speaking, broadcasting and marketing representation.Back