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OMHR Spots Purdue a Lead; Wins Anyway

Purdue winless skid in the Big Ten will inch at least another seven days closer to the 700 day mark, as the Boilers were unable to overcome a somewhat listless performance from Iowa today and lost on homecoming 24-10. An agreement was clearly reached between the two hated rivals prior to kickoff, as the Hawkeyes spotted Purdue an early 10 point lead. Frankie Williams continued to...
Via Boiled Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan Warfare – The CMU Predicto

The relentless machine of destruction that is the Purdue Boilermakers football team continues its assault this weekend, making its way eastward across the state of Michigan. They began in the West and while the resistence there was perhaps more concerning than General Hazell may have expected, the forces of good did win decisively and moved forward. The men are in good spirits, singing...
Via Boiled Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

#WEWANTBAMA: Purdue beats a real football team!

Swamy’s Internal Monologue: Hmmm…the guys asked me to take this post-game. Should I talk about how mediocre we looked? Should I remain realistic, and talk about how shaky Etling looked in his second year starting? Should I be concerned that our entire strategy revolves around the extraordinary abilities of Mostert and Hunt, while no other aspect of the team looks even average...
Via Boiled Sports
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

No. 108 Purdue Boilermakers season preview

It was a year of sorrow in West Lafayette as the Boilermakers failed to win a single Big Ten Conference game. The lone victory of the season came against Indiana State and first year head coach Darrell Hazell was surely thinking about the glory days of 2012 when he led Kent State to the a MAC Championship appearance and a trip to the GoDaddy.com Bowl. The Purdue offense failed...
Via College Football Universe
May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Badger Opposition Research: 2014 Purdue post-spring edition

Last we looked over an opponent in our post-spring research it was the first time we’ve laid eyes on the Terps of Maryland in a serious way. Today is much different, as we take a trip to the wonderfully horrible world of West Lafayette, Ind. That’s right, the 1-11 and 0 for the Big Ten Purdue Boilermakers are up next. At least there is nowhere else to go but up in head coach...
Via Madtown Badgers
May 02, 2014  |  Discuss

BSRTV: Frankie Williams

Purdue defensive back Frankie Williams meets with the media, discussing the Boilermakers' Saturday scrimmage and more. Boiler Sports Report offers video of the interview.
Via purdue.scout.com
April 06, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 Spring Football Preview: Hazell era open to public at Purdue

Purdue ushers in a new era this spring as one of just two schools in the Big Ten to change head coaches this past offseason. Gone is Hope and in is Hazell, fresh off of a banner year as the head coach at Kent State - leading them to the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.  Hope was more than a little perturbed by being let go and the timing of it all, but life for the Boilermakers moves...
Via The B1g Time
March 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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