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Purdue Boilermakers

Purdue Boilermakers
The Purdue Boilermakers are the athletic teams at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. They compete in the Big Ten conference, and the school colors are old gold and black. Famous athletes include John Wooden, Len Dawson, Bob Griese, Drew Brees, Glenn Robinson and Rick Mount. Longtime basketball coach Gene Keady won 550 games over 25 years at the university.
The Purdue Boilermakers are the athletic teams at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind. They compete in the Big Ten conference, and the school colors are old gold and black. Famous athletes include John Wooden, Len Dawson, Bob Griese, Drew Brees, Glenn Robinson and Rick Mount. Longtime basketball coach Gene Keady won 550 games over 25 years at the university. « Show less

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  • Recap: Central Michigan 38, Purdue 17

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Central Michigan 38, Purdue 17 Central Michigan 38, Purdue 17: Cooper Rush threw two touchdowns and Thomas Rawls racked up 205 total yards and two scores as the visiting Chippewas upset the Boilermakers. Rush was 11-of-16 for...
  • Central Michigan crushes Purdue

        Cooper Rush threw two touchdowns and Thomas Rawls racked up 205 total yards and two scores as the visiting Chippewas upset the Boilermakers 38-17 in West Lafayette, Ind.   Rush was 11-of-16 for 172 yards for Central Michigan (2-0), while...
  • Preview: Northern Illinois at Northwestern

    The first week of September seems a tad premature to talk about must-win situations, but Northwestern faces a critical early season matchup when it hosts Northern Illinois on Saturday. After being surprised last weekend at home by an improved California...
  • Preview: Central Michigan at Purdue

    One week after picking up a rare win against an FBS opponent, Purdue hopes to put together a mini-winning streak Saturday when it hosts Central Michigan. The Boilermakers had lost 12 straight games against major college competition prior to last Saturday'...
  • NIU and Northwestern both have something to prove

    NIU and Northwestern both have something to prove
    Rod Carey insists he did not give Northwestern a second thought before this week. But immediately after Northern Illinois dominated Presbyterian 55-3 on Aug. 28 in DeKalb, the Wildcats became his No. 1 focus as the Huskies travel to Evanston on...
  • Racing at Laurel resumes Friday; Drunken Love heavy favorite

    Et cetera Racing at Laurel resumes Friday; 'Love' heavy favorite Live racing returns to the major Maryland tracks for the first-time since early June as the 65-day Laurel Park fall meeting begins Friday. Admission and programs are free on opening day....
  • Maryland men's basketball picked to finish 7th in Big Ten by Sporting News

    Maryland men's basketball picked to finish 7th in Big Ten by Sporting News
    Maryland's men's basketball team has been picked by The Sporting News to finish seventh in its first season in the Big Ten. Senior guard Dez Wells has been chosen for the all-conference team, and freshman guard Melo Trimble was picked for the all-...
  • Confident Boilermakers try for 2-0 start

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Purdue - INSIDE SLANT Purdue may have started the season with a win, but the 43-34 victory over Western Michigan left Darrell Hazell with a lot to work on heading into this weekend's game with Central Michigan. But...
  • Trevor Siemian eager to get NU passing game going

    Trevor Siemian eager to get NU passing game going
    After one week, Northwestern's passing game rates 92nd nationally out of 120 teams. To add a sorry footnote, NU's issues came against a Cal pass defense that last season rated among the nation's 10 worst. So no wonder quarterback Trevor Siemian said...
  • UCF president John Hitt on Power Five autonomy: "We'll still be able to stay in the game."

     UCF president John Hitt on Power Five autonomy: "We'll still be able to stay in the game."
    The President has spoken. He has given his State of the Program address in the wake of the groundbreaking vote last week that gave the Power Five conferences the sovereignty to create their own rules and regulations. Not to worry, UCF president John...
  • Ten-game Big Ten schedule would solve conference's issues

    Ten-game Big Ten schedule would solve conference's issues
    What if there was a way to make Big Ten season ticket holders happier, to give players a better experience, to get more cash from TV partners, to create a more legitimate conference champion, to impress the playoff selection committee and to avoid writing...