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Boilermakings Is Staying Cool And Not Starting Fires

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It's probably going to hit 100 degrees in Indiana today. We're under a burn ban and fireworks are not allowed to be set off because some redneck yokel is likely going to set the state on fire tonight by ignoring the law. If that happens I hope this is not the final entry at the site. If so, here are some 4th of July links even though Juan already posted the most important one. Stay cool and safe out there today.

#59 Purdue Boilermakers: College Football 77 in 77
But getting back to hope, now the football program has experience and depth and signal caller, because of everyone who's had to play in spite of injury.

#77 Indiana Hoosiers College Football 77 in 77
The ship certainly exploded, and sank, and well you need a lot of metaphors for describing how bad they were.

#77 Minnesota Golden Gophers College Football 77 in 77
a loss to dreadful North Dakota State which kicked off a horrendous four game losing streak that saw the Gophers outscored 31-144. New regimes take time, so maybe year two will be better?

#65 Marshall Thundering Herd: College Football 77 in 77
The offense wakes up and learns how to regulate QB Rakeem Cato, cuz there's no one else beyond him.

Video: Kevin Plawecki homers for the Cyclones | MetsBlog.com
Kevin Plawecki hits the game-tying homer for the Brooklyn Cyclones on Monday.

FULMER CUPDATE: THE LEGACY OF ISAIAH CROWELL - Every Day Should Be Saturday
Patrick bade becomes the third Boiler this year to score Fulmer Cup points, joining Ralph Bolden and Antavian Edison.

Indy Corn Rows | Pacers Summer League Roster Includes Kramer, Vaden And Hansbrough
Chris Kramer was added to the Pacers summer league roster.

B1G Links- NBA Draft Picks - BT Powerhouse
Four Big Ten players were selected in the 2012 NBA Draft. The links are here in the latest edition of Big Ten links!

Is Natural Grass Dying in College Football? - Vanquish The Foe
How many stadiums in college football still have natural grass fields? As the numbers are examined, a clear trend is revealed. As I noted, Purdue is the only one in the Big Ten to have never had an artificial surface.