No.8 Purdue Boilermakers A Road Favorite Over No.25 Minnesota Golden Gophers

January 13th, 2011- By Bryan Cross A top-25 showdown in the Big Ten takes place on Wednesday night when the No.8 Purdue Boilermakers travel to face the No.25 Minnesota Golden Gophers in an early conference showdown.  For the Gophers, it might be getting close to a must-win situation, as they try to avoid falling into … Read more

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Purdue A Slight Favorite Over Texas A&M

March 20th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The second round in the South regional of the 2010 NCAA Basketball Tournament matches No.4 seed Purdue up against No.5 Texas A&M, after both teams took care of business avoiding the upset in the opening round. Purdue came to the tournament without their star player in Robbie Hummel, and … Read more

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Bettors Loving Siena As Four-Point Underdogs Against Purdue

March 17, 2010 – By John Ritter Had Robbie Hummel gone injury-free this season, and made his way to the NCAA Tournament, the Purdue Boilermakers may be a two-seed by now, and heavily favored to make a deep run. But Hummel didn’t, and Purdue isn’t. The forward ruptured his right knee almost a month ago, … Read more

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Syracuse Back Atop College Basketball Polls, Kansas And Kentucky Fall

March 1, 2010 – By John Ritter Losses by Kansas and Kentucky over the weekend have shaken up the college basketball polls, and Syracuse is left standing at the top. For the first time since 2003, the Orange reached the peak of the national landscape with 23 first-place votes and 766 total points in the … Read more

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Despite Hummel Injury, Purdue Coach Thinks Team Heading In Right Direction

By John Ritter Purdue may have to finish the 2009-10 season without sharpshooter Robbie Hummel, but head coach Matt Painter isn’t sweating just yet. Despite having just two players on the roster scoring in double-digits, Painter believes the Boilermakers could still fulfill the pre-season goal of a conference championship this weekend  against Michigan State. “A … Read more

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Ohio State Buckeyes, Purdue Boilermakers Fight For Big Ten Conference Lead

February 17th, 2010 – By John Ritter You’ll be hard pressed to find a closer team than the group in red and white from Columbus. Led by one of the country’s most rounded players in Evan Turner, the Ohio State Buckeyes have benefited from such good team chemistry that they are back on top of … Read more

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