Found April 22, 2013 on Know It All Football:
Spring football camps are closing up for summer all over B1G country. Purdue is the first team we at Know It All Football have had the privilege of previewing after the spring game. Luck or just poor timing by us? Call it what you will; this post-game preview allows us to take a little closer look at what we can expect for the Boilermakers heading into the 2013 season. PURDUE Camp Opens: March 18th Spring Game: April 13th First year head coach Darrell Hazell got his first up close and personal look at his team last week when Team Black defeated Team Gold 14-0 in a turnover-filled spring game at Ross-Ade Stadium. Heading into spring camp, the most obvious and glaring position race was at quarterback. The spring game did very little to provide any clarity on who the front runner will be this fall. Senior Rob Henry probably came out of the game looking the best as he was able to hold onto the ball and throw an 8 yard touchdown pass in the first half, while the rest of the quarterback f...
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