Yes, it’s just three games in the 2019 season. But even with Ryan Day replacing Urban Meyer as Ohio State coach, the Buckeyes so far have showed no signs of slowing down in their quest to win their fourth Big Ten title in six years.
Through two games, Purdue has displayed one of the most prolific pass offenses in college football, ranking third in the country in FBS teams at 466 yards per game.
West Lafayette — Injury-ravaged Purdue suffered another blow Wednesday when it was revealed senior linebacker Markus Bailey suffered a knee injury and is out for the season.
Purdue sophomore receiver Rondale Moore wasn’t completely satisfied after a career-record day that included 13 catches for 220 yards and a touchdown against Vanderbilt.
Purdue will honor the late Tyler Trent on what would have been his 21st birthday by unveiling and dedicating the Tyler Trent Student Gate at Ross-Ade Stadium before its home opener against Vanderbilt on Saturday.
After trailing 24-7 at halftime, Carson Strong, the first freshman quarterback to start a season opener for Nevada since 1998, led the Wolf Pack to a 34-31 victory Friday against Purdue for the second win against a Big Ten team in program history.
Purdue's football team on Tuesday picked up a 2020 commitment from Christian Gonzalez, a highly regarded defensive back from The Colony High School in the Dallas suburbs.
Culver Academies basketball star Trey Galloway on Friday announced his verbal commitment to Indiana with a post on Instagram.
The week started with nine of the 14 Big Ten football teams coming out of spring practices planning to continue quarterback auditions in August. The number was down to seven by Friday.
The season did not end as Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett intended. The fabulous freshmen came to Duke to win a national championship and their bid came up short with a loss to Michigan State in the Elite Eight.
Former Indiana star Calbert Cheaney, former Purdue star Terry Dischinger and former Valparaiso coach Homer Drew are part of the 2019 class selected Tuesday for the College Basketball Hall of Fame.
Michigan State's Cassius Winston is The Associated Press player of the year in the Big Ten Conference and Purdue's Matt Painter is its coach of the year.
Michigan State guard Cassius Winston and Purdue coach Matt Painter on Monday won the Big Ten’s top men’s basketball awards. Winston swept Player of the Year and Painter swept Coach of the Year in separate voting done by league coaches and media.
EVANSTON, Ill. (AP) — A shaky start to the season didn’t rattle Purdue. The Boilermakers believed they were setting themselves up to go on a big run, and look at them now.
Amir Coffey matched his career with 32 points, making two free throws with 2.5 seconds left Tuesday night to seal Minnesota's 73-69 victory over No. 11 Purdue to give the Gophers a big boost for an NCAA Tournament berth and spoil the Boilermakers' bid for an outright Big Ten title.
Purdue's Grady Eifert headed toward the basket when he saw Carsen Edwards put up a 3-pointer and the No. 15 Boilermakers leading Nebraska by a point with two minutes left.
One look at the Big Ten men’s basketball standings shows No. 15-ranked Purdue and Indiana have gone opposite directions since their first meeting of the season.
Halfway there in its bid for a ninth straight victory, No. 12 Purdue suddenly became incapable of making a layup, popping a short jumper or sinking a shot from beyond the arc.
Matt Painter was surprised to see his best player getting open shots early. He wasn't surprised when Carsen Edwards made one after the other, and then drained the well-defended ones later.
Purdue's Carsen Edwards was pouring in points with shot after shot. Somebody had to match him if Texas was going to find a way to end a frustrating early-season losing streak.
Known for his catchphrases, Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck had one for his defense that he repeated often in the week after firing defensive coordinator Robb Smith: sound, simple fast.
After missing on the College Football Playoff last year, the Big Ten is poised to be a major contender this season. Five teams are ranked inside the top 15 for the first time since 1959, led by No. 4 Wisconsin.
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