Despite Losing, Carsen Edwards Solidifies Legacy in College Basketball

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Winning is not easy. Particularly winning in the one-and-done, knockout NCAA Basketball Tournament. For junior guard Carsen Edwards, he was trying to change the winning landscape for the Purdue Boilermakers. Years of heartbreak and losing have defined Purdue basketball since their last Final Four appearance in 1980. Before the 2019 season started, Edwards announced that […] READ MORE


Big Ten Head Coaches on the Hot Seat

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The Big Ten has seen some coaching turnover in recent years with a number of teams hiring a new head coach in the past 18 months. With so many coaches being recently hired they are generally less likely to be fired whilst they try to bring about improvements to their respective teams. But there are […] READ MORE


Big Ten West Preview: Part II

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After sending 10 of 14 teams to bowl games last season, the Big Ten is getting ready for another season in hopes to prove that they can still keep up with the SEC as the dominant Conference in College Football. This will include key games like Ohio State at Oklahoma, LSU at Wisconsin, UNC at […] READ MORE





Things We Learned In College: Week 9 In College Football

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There is absolutely nothing better than when Halloween falls on a Saturday. College football all day, candy all night (living in a neighborhood with very few children has its perks), and, as a bonus, an extra hour of sleep in the morning. Any presidential candidate who wants to make this a regular thing, you have […] READ MORE


Huskers Face Purdue in a Must Win Contest

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Nebraska (3-5) will be travelling to West Lafayette to take on the Purdue Boilermakers (1-6) in a must win contest between the Big 10 West’s two worst teams. Nebraska enters the game coming off a mistake-filled 30-28 loss to Northwestern, and may be forced to play without starting quarterback Tommy Armstrong, who has yet to practice this week due to […] READ MORE


Big Third Quarter Lifts Minnesota Over Purdue; Huskers Up Next

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Once again, Minnesota has their defense to thank for keeping them in the game throughout a lackluster first half. The Gophers caught some breaks, including a missed PAT on Purdue’s first score of the day, an ill-advised challenge by coach Darrell Hazell in the first quarter, and some strange clock management by the Boilermakers on their […] READ MORE