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Purdue news and notes for January 14.
Pardon me if I am distracted today, but my oldest nephew is having heart surgery today to correct W-P-W Syndrome at Peyton Manning Children's Hospital. Here are some notes from the Penn State game as well as the upcoming Nebraska game.
Bruins crush Knights | The Journal Gazette
Bryson Scott went OFF, yo.
City Tournaments this weekend: IHSAA Weekly Prep Roundball Roundup
Lawrence North with Basil Smotherman fell in the semifinals of the Marion County tourney to No. 1 Pike.
The Reads: Tim Miles is a Wizard - Corn Nation
Salt Creek implores you to support Nebrasketball while we review Nebraska's rather good weekend for Olympic sports. And we make a joke about Monte Kiffin. Join us for today's open thread!
Game 16: Purdue Recap - Black Shoe Diaries
The Nits will get back to layup lines after leaving many points on the floor.
Seau report backs Purdue conclusions | Journal and Courier | jconline.com
Continual research about the causes of brain damage from playing football is needed to make the game safer for players, said a lead investigator of the Purdue University Neurotrauma Group. The group's research backs the conclusions that it was the multiple and repeated hits to the head, not concussions, that caused the CTE brain damage found in the brain of longtime NFL linebacker Junior Seau after he committed suicide in May 2012.
GRADING THE COACHING CHANGES - Every Day Should Be Saturday
Arkansas, Brett Bielema: I like that George Clooney - your dad and I just rented Three Kings, have you seen it yet? - but I don't approve of this whole wear a suit and a dress shirt without a tie....
EDSBS Memes - Challonge
Purdue doesn't exist is the No. 20 seed.
PURDUESPORTS.COM - Purdue Official Athletic Site - Tickets
Season tickets are now on sale for baseball at the new Alexander Field.
Oregon State's Eric Moreland suspended indefinitely - SBNation.com
The Beavers will be without Eric Moreland, their best interior player, for an indefinite period of time thanks to an undisclosed violation of team rules.