1. Badgers Run Over Purdue In 37-0 Laugher

    On October 31, the Purdue Boilermakers football team headed to Madison, Wisconsin looking to “treat” itself to a third consecutive win. Instead, the Boilers walked straight into a house of horrors at Camp Randall Stadium...

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  2. Carrying On: The Worst 45-Point Win in Ohio State History?

    Ohio State-New Mexico State summary, glass half-full edition: "They had 310 rushing yards, so that's pretty fair."—Jim Tressel, describing his offense's performance against NMSU...

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  3. Three Reasons Why Purdue Quarterbacks Are Undefeated In The NFL

    As the calendar turns from October to November this weekend, there are only three undefeated teams remaining in the NFL: the New Orleans Saints, the Denver Broncos, and the Indianapolis Colts...

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  4. Another Blow for Iowa Hawkeyes, Adam Robinson and Dace Richardson Out for Year

    In today's media teleconference, Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz confirmed what most already knew or suspected after the latest Hawkeye depth chart was released: His undefeated team will have to start ...

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  5. Boilermakers Take Care Of Business Against Cellar-Dwelling Illini

    The story of Purdue’s 24-14 victory over Illinois on Saturday was not so much what happened, but instead, what didn’t happen. Purdue turnovers?  Didn’t happen...

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  6. Are We Done Criticizing Ohio State's Terrelle Pryor Yet?

    This is the Oct. 24 edition of Carrying On About Big Ten Football, a weekly series. So far this season, I've watched three Big Ten football games from the comfort of the press box. I like this...

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  7. No Redshirt For Purdue's Al-Terek McBurse: Is That A Good Thing?

    After the first six games of Purdue's 2009 football season, super-hyped freshman running back Al-Terek McBurse hadn't seen the field for a single play...

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  8. Lucas Oil Stadium: Showcasing Indianapolis Sport

    Article originally posted on www.stadiumjourney.com Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis is one of the country’s newest venues, opening just in time for the Colts’ 2008 NFL season...

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  9. Purdue Boilermakers Stun No. 7 Ohio State, Give Danny Hope First Big Ten Win

    Throughout their five-game losing streak, the Purdue Boilermakers have been victimized repeatedly by the turnover bug. Turns out other teams can catch the bug too...

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  10. Carrying On About Big Ten Football: October 17

    Welcome to the Pet Peeves edition of "Carrying On About Big Ten Football".  This week's column will be completely normal with the exception of random PET PEEVE alerts every few paragraphs to ...

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  11. Ohio State-Purdue: How Likely Is an Upset Victory for Boilermakers?

    There's no question a Purdue victory over Ohio State Saturday afternoon in Ross-Ade Stadium would be a monumental upset...

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  12. Illinois Fighting Illini Back at Square One with Two Quarterbacks

    CHAMPAIGN, Ill.—Illinois football coach Ron Zook isn't ready to say who will start at quarterback for his team when they travel to Bloomington Saturday night to face the Indiana Hoosiers.Sure, that makes sense...

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  13. Purdue Can't Snap Skid in Minnesota, Turnover Woes Continue

    The script has become all too familiar through the last five weeks.Purdue takes first quarter lead.Purdue self destructs.Purdue loses.The end...

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  14. Carrying On About Big Ten Football: October 10

    CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-- As many of our readers know, I wrote a column less than two months ago predicting the result of every game in the Big Ten...

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  15. Carrying On About Big Ten Football: October 3

    Random trivia you care nothing about, part 1: this week's Microscope game, the showdown between in-state rivals Michigan and Michigan State, was ultimately decided on an overtime touchdown run by Larry Caper, a native of Battle Creek, Michigan...

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  16. Butterfingers Cost Boilermakers Dearly as Losing Streak Continues

    With about 12 minutes left in the second quarter of Saturday’s Homecoming game, Purdue led the visiting Northwestern Wildcats 21-3...

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  17. Purdue's Keith Smith Catching On At Wide Receiver

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.—Whenever the Purdue Boilermakers needed a big play from one of their wide receivers Saturday night against Notre Dame, quarterback Joey Elliott was always looking for the same target...

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  18. 2009 Purdue Boilermakers: One Play Away

    WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA-- Purdue quarterback Joey Elliott and some of his senior classmates helped create a motto for this year’s Boilermaker football team: “Opportunity Now for Everyone...

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  19. Boilermakers Can't Hold Late Lead, Drop 24-21 Heartbreaker To Notre Dame

    WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA--  The stage was set.  The stadium was rocking.  The black-clad student section was deafening.  The Purdue Boilermakers had come from ten points down in the fourth quarter to take a late lead...

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  20. Carrying On About Big Ten Football: Sept. 26

    "We don't quit. Boilermakers don't quit. That's just the way it has to be.... I don't think we're all that far off. I don't think we've arrived yet; I don't think we're ready to take on the Patriots yet, but we certainly have a lot to look forward to...

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  21. Covering Minnesota's Eric Decker: An Attempt at the Impossible?

    If I was coaching against the Minnesota Golden Gophers this fall, my scouting report would be all of three words long. No color-coded booklet. No bullet points. No Xs and Os. Just three words...

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  22. Purdue Drops 28-21 Decision To Underdog Huskies

    Even casual football fans understand the purpose of a punt. When a team is about to run out of downs, they choose to kick the ball to their opponents, giving up possession willingly ...

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  23. Carrying On About Big Ten Football: September 19

    Well, a Big Ten team finally beat a Pac-10 opponent. It was due to happen eventually, right? After Ohio State dropped a heartbreaking three-point decision to USC, Purdue lost by ...

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  24. First Team to 50 Wins: Why Toledo Is A Trap Game For The Buckeyes

    Everyone in Ohio is talking about the wrong game this week. Buckeyes fans can't get over a heartbreaking loss to USC, spending their spare time discussing Jim Tressel's game management, conservative ...

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  25. Boilermakers' Mistakes Come Back to Haunt Them in Oregon

    Purdue surprised quite a few experts on Saturday night in Eugene, Oregon. The double-digit underdog Boilermakers made the long cross-country trek, ignored a hostile crowd, survived a rainstorm ...

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