The Indiana State Sycamores and Purdue Boilermakers are both looking for their first win of the season on Saturday.
Indiana State (0-1) got shellacked by Indiana last week 73-35 and now must travel to West Lafayette to face Purdue (0-1) who is coming off a dismal showing in a 42-7 loss to Cincinnati.
Saturday’s (August 7) game will air on the Big Ten Network at 12...
When your team loses its season opener by 35 points, you know it's bad. When your team's starting QB later that night apologizes to the world for his performance, you know it's really bad.
Well Purdue fans, it's really bad.
Folllowing Saturday's 42-7 loss to Cinicinnati , Boilermakers quarterback Rob Henry took to Twitter to apologize for his performance.
After his team was shellacked by Cincinnati 42-7, Purdue QB Rob Henry took to Twitter to say he was sorry for both his and the team's performance.
Darrell Hazell is all about formality.
Purdue's new coach expects his players to be sharp, follow the rules and dress appropriately for their role as campus leaders. He won't accept excuses, and he refuses to change the standards for anyone.
On Tuesday, he found another succinct way to deliver his message when he showed up for this season's first weekly news conference...
One things is for sure, there is no shortage of offseason quarterback battles across the Big Ten heading into 2013. However, one battle is officially over as Purdue head coach Darrell Hazell publicly named Rob Henry his starting quarterback.
It's redemption for Henry, who was supposed to be the starter in 2011, but went down with an ACL tear and never got a chance...
A healthy Rob Henry finally has his old job back.
On Sunday, first-year Purdue coach Darrell Hazell tabbed the senior as his starting quarterback. Henry had been battling true freshman Danny Etling and redshirt freshman Austin Appleby for the job.
Henry, elected a captain by his teammates in 2011, outplayed Etling and Appleby in the spring game, and again when the Boilermakers...
Coach Darrell Hazell made one of his first monumental move for Purdue's football future, naming fifth-year senior Rob Henry as the Boilermakers' starter at quarterback. Beyond this season, Henry won't be a part of Purdue's rebuilding effort, but Hazell's pick shows he's all in on winning this season.
Head Coach: Darrell Hazell 1st
Rob Henry (Photo by: Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
“In a Word”…transformer…Danny Hope could never seemingly make up his mind with his offense…there were times he wanted to throw all over and there were times when he wanted to run the ball right at you. We should see more pro set formations this season...
Locked in a battle to be the Boilermakers' top quarterback, fifth-year senior Rob Henry is focusing on improving his game. Purdue's lone veteran quarterback won't be satisfied with just getting by.
Purdue senior quarterback Rob Henry meets with the media, recapping the Boilermakers' Saturday scrimmage. Boiler Sports Report offers video of the interview.