The Boilermakers are looking to move on following a disheartening second-round exit from the NCAA Tournament, where it suffered an overtime loss to Cincinnati. A gallery, takeaways, notes and more from Louisville. Plus, the latest from football, a feature on baseball’s Kyle Wood, and recruiting and wrestling inside.
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The Boilermakers are in the NCAA Tournament, selected as the No. 9 seed in the Midwest Region, where they will face No. 8 Cincinnati Thursday, with top-ranked Kentucky up next. A full preview inside, plus the latest notes, galleries, a look back at the Big Ten Tournament and more. Plus, the football team has completed its first week of spring practices, the women’s team saw a departure and swimming and diving has a big weekend ahead. All that inside.
The Boilermakers are headed to the Big Ten Tournament as the No. 4 seed following their senior day win over Illinois on Saturday. We’ll look ahead to the tourney, breaking down chances of each of the 14 teams. What’s Purdue’s path? And what are the Boilermakers’ chances now of the NCAAs? Plus, the women’s season came to an end after a solid effort in the tournament, and spring football practice starts Tuesday. All that and much more inside.
The Boilermakers let an opportunity slip by on Sunday night, losing at Ohio State, but others await, incuding Wednesday’s game at Michigan State and the senior day contest against Illinois Saturday. We’ll preview inside, plus look at the impact Jon Octeus has made in his only season at Purdue. Also, the women’s Big Ten Tournament begins this week. And the women’s track and field team finished third at the Big Ten indoor meet. Those stories plus the latest in football notes, as well.
Inside, a full breakdown of Purdue’s 2015 recruiting class, with a signee-by-signee look at the next Boilermakers. Plus, breakout features on two Mr. Football honorees – Markell Jones of Indiana and Elijah Sindelar of Kentucky – and others, like the junior college wide receivers, who might make an early impact in their Purdue careers. Also, A.J. Hammons has risen in the last month, with his strong play leading the Boilermakers toward the postseason. And another is inspiring the women’s basketball team in a different fashion. Also, recruit updates, baseball and softball season previews and much more.