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By MICHAEL MAROT
AP Sports Writer
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The front of historic Hinkle Fieldhouse is now covered with a large banner bearing Butler's logo and new league - the Big East Conference.
For the second time in two years, the Bulldogs have switched leagues. On Monday, they officially left the Atlantic 10 and became a member of the newly formed Big East.
Some things haven't changed inside Hinkle. As 160 basketball campers wrapped up their daily workouts, coach Brad Stevens barked instructions to the camp counselors and then to the campers themselves to line up for roll call.
But all around them there were signs of change - from the Big East banner hanging in the rafters to newly painted words at both free-throw lines on the court.

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