Last night's basketball discussion was a welcome respite from the mess that is football. It is never a good place when you have fans making Craigslist posting for the head coaching position, the athletic director is making the public vote of confidence (that almost always results in a firing), and the head coach believes that the quarterback controversy is media created. Soon football will be over and we can talk endlessly about our handful of Johnsons in the backcourt.
Boiled Sports: Purdue Basketball: Oh Exhibition Games
Boiled Sports wraps up last night's game.
WVU football looking for defenders - SB Nation Pittsburgh
News on where former Purdue commit Randy Gregory may end up.
Post Week 9 - Bowl Projections - Off Tackle Empire
Off Tackle Empire's latest bowl projections for the Big Ten and the BCS following week 9 of NCAA football action.
Rockets will waive Forbes, Brockman and Johnson - The Dream Shake
The Houston Rockets have some maneuvering to do in order to make the pieces fit in the James Harden trade. One of those moves was cutting JaJuan Johnson.
What Joe Tiller did at Purdue looks more like a magic trick every year | PennLive.com
It's quite an indictment of Purdue's program.
B1G Power Poll: Horror Movie Edition - Off Tackle Empire
From the Exorcist to something you've never heard of, we match every B1G team to a horror movie.
Is E'Twaun Moore a Point Guard? Does It Even Matter? - Orlando Pinstriped Post
E'Twaun Moore is a natural shooting guard whom Orlando hopes to convert to point guard. Have the Magic erred in trusting their second-unit offense to him?
Terre Haute quarterback prospect eager to reach Purdue - Purdue Exponent: Home
Purdue’s most highly-touted 2013 football commitment plans to graduate mid-term and enroll at Purdue in the spring.
College football hot seat watch 2012: Who's next to go as firing season approaches? - SBNation.com
Who is most likely (and most quickly) going to be looking for work?
We've Got An Enthusiasm Gap! - Off Tackle Empire
This is kind of a ridiculous piece to write, because we all love college football so damn much. And of course we love our teams so much, thick and thin, yada yada.