Purdue Basketball to Play in 2018 Charleston Classic

We now have our first look at the 2018-19 basketball schedule. Since NCAA rules allow for one “exempt” tournament for each team every year these events have flourished. The Maui Invitational is still the gold standard, while the Battle 4 Atlantis, Puerto Rico Shootout, Paradise Jam, and others are solid (shout out to the Great Alaska Shootout, which will hold its final tournament...
Via Hammer and Rails
1 day ago

Purdue Football: Tayvonn Kyle Commits!

Coach Brohm lands another wide receiver for 2018. Our friends at Gold and Black Illustrated just announced via Twitter that we have gained another commit for 2018. Tayvonn Kyle, out of Valdosta, Georgia, gave a verbal comittment to our Boilermakers this evening. Kyle plays at a position of high need at wide receiver. I imagine the possibility of contributing from day one played...
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2 days ago

Purdue Softball Flips KC Clapper from IU

Purdue Softball is keeping a local star, local. Coach Boo flipped a local athlete from playing for IU to now playing for our hometown Boilermakers. KC Clapper, a Junior from Frontier Junior-Senior High School, flipped her commitment via Twitter last night. Over her two year high school career, KC has been a standout. She helped Frontier to a State Runner-Up performance her freshman...
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2 days ago

Purdue Has a New Walk-on Hero.

Biggie who? It is no secret that Purdue lost an enormous talent in the frontcourt with Caleb Swanigan’s decision to head to the NBA. It was the right choice. He was ready and had nothing left to prove, but Purdue still needed to find a way to replace his minutes and production. Some of that would be replaced by Isaac Haas and Vince Edwards. Haas would now be the focal point in...
Via Hammer and Rails
2 days ago

Purdue Basketball: Giant Expectations

It’s not that Isaac Haas shrinks on the court. In his three years playing for the Purdue Boilermakers, he has led the team in percentage of possessions finished while on the court. But there’s no arguing this fact: despite all seven feet and two inches, he has played his entire career in the shadow of someone else. Haas has never shot less than 53% for a season. He has also...
Via Hammer and Rails
3 days ago

No. 19 Purdue controls paint to beat Marquette 86-71

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Seven-foot-2 center Isaac Haas scored 22 points, and No. 19 Purdue capitalized on its size advantage in the paint to beat Marquette 86-71 on Tuesday night. Carsen Edwards had 15 points, while Vince Edwards added 10 points and eight rebounds for the Boilermakers (3-0). They held distinct edges in rebounding (34-23) and points in the paint (30-12). Good ball movement...
Via MyNorthwest.com
3 days ago

Edwards helps No. 20 Purdue rout Chicago State 111-42

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Carsen Edwards scored a career-high 25 points, Vince Edwards added 15 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 20 Purdue routed Chicago State 111-42 on Sunday. After defeating Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 105-74 in its season-opener Friday night, the Boilermakers have now scored 100 or more points in consecutive games for the first time since February of 1974...
Via MyNorthwest.com
5 days ago

What Purdue football needs to do to get to a bowl game

The past three weeks have been tough for Purdue football. They have lost three games in a row after a close loss to Nebraska last week 25-24. Purdue took the lead in the second quarter, and held it all the way until Nebraska scored with 14 seconds left in the game. It was a game Purdue should have won, especially with how their season has gone. Now they have their backs against the...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: LSU QB Danny Etling leveled on huge hit

LSU was already down 7-0 at home against Troy Saturday when starting quarterback Danny Etling was hit hard and forced out of the game. It’s not yet known if Etling will be able to return. He was on the ground for quite some time and appeared to be in tremendous pain. Though, he did eventually get up and run off the field under his own power.Adding insult to injury, LSU kicker Jack...
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September 30, 2017  |  Discuss

3 keys for Purdue football’s bye week

Four weeks in, Purdue football is sitting at a 2-2 record with the two losses coming at the hands of top 15 teams. The most recent loss came against the #8 Michigan football team, 28-10. But now for the first time since the season began on September 2, Purdue does not have a game this weekend. And this bye week comes at the perfect time for the Boilermakers. Purdue led last week...
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September 29, 2017  |  Discuss

Staff Predictions: Michigan Football vs. Purdue

Michigan Football (3-0) will play at Purdue (2-1) on Saturday. Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. and the game will be televised on FOX. Click here for a complete game preview: Michigan at Purdue. Read on for the staff predictions, including a pick from our Purdue Football writer. Rob White So far this season Rob is 3-0 picking the results of Michigan games. You can follow Rob on...
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September 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Meet Jackson Anthrop, Purdue Football’s breakout star

Through three weeks of college football, the biggest breakout star on the Purdue football team has come on the receiving corps. And it is a surname fans of Purdue football and men’s basketball should recognize. It is redshirt freshman receiver, Jackson Anthrop. Anthrop was a senior at Lafayette Central Catholic high school when his brother, Danny Anthrop, finished his career at Purdue...
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September 20, 2017  |  Discuss

What to expect from Purdue Football in Jeff Brohm’s first season

Coach Jeff Brohm coming to Purdue brings excitement and hope for a better football team in the future. After suffering through five straight losing seasons going back to the Danny Hope tenure, Purdue fans are expecting better things. And this team will be better, it will just take time. In three seasons at Western Kentucky, Brohm went 30-10 and led the team to three straight bowl...
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August 23, 2017  |  Discuss

Caleb Swanigan will remain in NBA Draft

Caleb Swanigan will be staying in the NBA Draft.Many people in the sports world were waiting in anticipation of Swanigan’s draft decision. The Purdue big man declared for the draft but had until Wednesday’s deadline to announce whether he would remain in the pool of players or withdraw to maintain his college eligibility.Swanigan said on Twitter that he would remain in the draft...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 24, 2017  |  Discuss

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