Today's Boilermakings have no links pertaining to football, as every article i found says the same things that we have all discussed and read here at H&R over the weekend and today. I also know, that everytime I re-read the happenings of Saturday it just shows an ugly day and makes me feel dirty and used.
On to other Purdue Sports:
Purdue hosts tournament based on 'Harry Potter' sport - Journal and Courier
Purdue may have struggled on the football field last weekend, but there was one sport in which the Boilermakers ruled the field.
the rest of your great tasting but less filling Boilermakings after the jump...
Purdue Wins Every Event At Indiana Intercollegiates
Men's and Women's swim teams both won every event... impressive.
Final Day Of Play For Men's Tennis At USTA/ITA Regionals
We had a freshman upset a ranked opponent.
Comeback Bid Falls Short Against No. 13 Michigan
Volleyball rallies from two sets down, but falls in five sets to Wolverines
Purdue "amped up" to disprove doubters - News Sentinel
A nice article that shows our Boilers are going to be successful on the court.
Boilers' success tied to youth movement - The Journal Gazette
Baby big-men are going to need to step-up for us this year.
Robbie Hummel's injury forces Purdue to shuffle the deck - ESPN
ALSO, Conference Commissioners are looking at scrapping the summer recruiting period. I don't think I would like what that does for Painter's recruiting efforts, what do you think?