It is officially a snow day in downtown Indy, so if I can find something to write about there is time for some significant content here at the site. In the meantime, here are some Boilermakings notes to get you through the morning.
H&R Presents Two More Nights With The Pacers - Hammer and Rails
Once again, Hammer & Rails has a special ticket deal to see Purdue alums play against the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis.
Weekly Bowl Preview - Black Shoe Diaries
A good look from Black Shoe Diaries at this week's bowl games.
All The Big Ten Wants For Christmas Is...A Three Win Bowl Season - Off Tackle Empire
Will the B1G find a couple bowl wins under the Christmas Tree?
Big Ten Hoops Preview and Where Does Minnesota Fit in The B1G Picture? - The Daily Gopher
There is no doubt that Gopher Basketball fans are very excited about the upcoming Big Ten season.
WNDE’s Interview with Darrell Hazell | The Black Hammer
A talk with Purdue football's new head coach.
Comparison Time: Ronnie Johnson’s First 11 vs. Lewis Jackson’s First 11 " The Railroad Tie
Taking a look at how RJ stacks up to LewJack through 11 games.
Illinois high school basketball: Purdue recruit Kendall Stephens leads St. Charles East past Elgin in Upstate Eight River play - Chicago Tribune
Although Kendall Stephens was speaking for himself, the entire St. Charles East team could have been included in the Purdue recruit's postgame assessment.
SAC tournament tough, fun | The Journal Gazette
– Despite the prospect of a busy week, it was too good of an opportunity for Northrop to pass up. Bryson Scott has a busy week with the SAC tournament and the Hall of Fame Tourney in New Castle.
Editorial: Dallas should put its heart into its new bowl game | Dallas Morning News Editorials - Opinion and Commentary for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News
Organizers hope to turn Heart of Dallas into a year-round nonprofit to invest in causes that make our city a better place.
Cowboys dealing with uncertainty before Heart of Dallas Bowl game with Purdue Boilermakers
The departure of Oklahoma State's offensive coordinator and buzz about the Cowboys' defensive coordinator and head coach haven't distracted the team from its bowl preparations.