It’s that time again. Football season is winding down, a sprinkling of snow has hit the Midwest, and the rivalry between the basketball state’s two college powerhouses is renewed. It’s time for IU v. Purdue.
As the Indiana versus Purdue rivalry ratchets up again this weekend, we take a closer look at the Boilermaker roster by analyzing the strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies of Purdue’s major contributors.
Prior to Monday night’s game against Nebraska, freshman forward Jerome Hunter declared his intention to red shirt this season during a pre-game radio interview.
The Hoosiers return home for a much needed energy boost after two difficult road tests where the Hoosiers did not come out victorious.
The Hoosiers take care of business against a pesky Illini team in the re-opening of conference play.
Indiana returns to Bloomington after a rough two games on the road and looks to bounce back from back-to-back losses. Tim Miles brings his Husker squad that has been playing very impressively over the course of the season, exceeding many of the preseason predictions.
The middle of the Big Ten validates the upcoming Big Ten conference bloodbath of 20 games.
Romeo Langford led an unconscious comeback, but his efforts were not enough to overcome IU’s deficit.
All three guys are back this week to jump right into talking about the beginning of January play for men’s basketball. They briefly cover the amazing accomplishments of Andrew Gutman and the Women’s basketball team over the weekend, but then get into a brief overview of the Illinois and Michigan games.
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