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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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  • State hoops: No. 5 Terps women win 14th in row, 77-62 over Penn State

    The fifth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team continued its stampede through the Big Ten on Thursday night, shaking off a sluggish beginning to overwhelm Penn State, 77-62, and remain the only undefeated program in the conference. The Terps (20-2,...
  • Mark Turgeon hopes win over Penn State helps Terps 'relax a little bit'

    Mark Turgeon hopes win over Penn State helps Terps 'relax a little bit'
    The question will continue to be asked until the Maryland men's basketball team wins another Big Ten road game or has a relatively easy game at Xfinity Center. Is the recent spate of underwhelming performances — blowout losses at Indiana and...
  • Late signings boost Illinois football recruiting haul

     Late signings boost Illinois football recruiting haul
    Illinois closed out its recruiting season with a few home runs. The Illini added some late gems to the Class of 2015, rated No. 45 nationally and No. 7 in the Big Ten in 247Sports.com's composite rankings. The class had been projected Wednesday...
  • Boilermakers manage to slow down No. 20 Ohio St. to pull off 3rd straight upset 60-58

    Purdue coach Matt Painter has his Boilermakers rekindling welcome memories. They're playing lockdown defense. They're beating opponents to loose balls. And, yes, they're even beating ranked teams with regularity. Rapheal Davis scored 20 points...
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  • Terps' Jared Nickens to start over Richaud Pack vs. Penn State

    In the aftermath of last Thursday’s 80-56 loss at Ohio State, Maryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon had to figure out what changes, if any, he would make to his starting lineup going into Wednesday’s home game against Penn State. Apparently...
  • Illinois recruiting class 'solid,' but Beckman's murky future an obstacle

    If there was ever a year for Illinois coach Tim Beckman to capitalize in recruiting, this was it. The Illini played in their first bowl game in his tenure. Their six wins were triple their total in his first season in 2012. The recruiting class that...
  • With brother in tow, McDonogh's Wyatt Cook prepares to sign with Purdue

    With brother in tow, McDonogh's Wyatt Cook prepares to sign with Purdue
    By eighth grade, McDonogh linebacker Wyatt Cook looked like a high school football player. At 6 feet 1 and about 210 pounds, he had outgrown the Westminster Wildcats one year early. Disappointed to have to leave his youth football teammates, Wyatt didn'...
  • Wisconsin buries Hoosiers with hot shooting

    MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin vs. Indiana was a battle of willpower and contrasting styles. The No. 5 Badgers attacked the lane on their first possession and never deviated from that plan. Indiana as expected spread the floor and attacked from 3-point range....
  • Raftery, Grant Hill to call Final Four in place of suspended Anthony

    Raftery, Grant Hill to call Final Four in place of suspended Anthony
    NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Raftery called the regional final when Grant Hill led Duke to the 1994 Final Four. The All-American couldn't help but greet him with one of the announcer's signature phrases — simply because it's fun to say "with a kiss"...
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