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Boilermakings Is Cheering On Women's Tennis

Purdue sports news, notes, and links for May 10

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There may be blood in my home this weekend and young Dillon is torn. The Purdue women's tennis team is in its second straight NCAA Tournament starting today against South Carolina. A victory in that match likely sets up a second round match with No. 6 national seed and regional host... Miami. It's the rare Hurricanes-Boilermakers blood feud that will end with me sleeping on the couch, and it kicks off today's links:

NCAA Women's Tennis Championship Central - University of Miami Hurricanes Official Athletic Site
For the ninth straight year, the University of Miami women's tennis team will host an NCAA Regional at the Neil Schiff Tennis Center. Purdue is playing down here in its second straight NCAA appearance.

B1G 2013 // Keeping the Enemy Close: I Love Indiana Football - Off Tackle Empire
Now that I've given it some thought, I no longer hate IU football. In fact, I love it. Here's some reasons why.

Has the Big Ten improved their out of conference slate? - Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State has been busy trying to improve their out of conference games to prepare for the playoffs. Other Big Ten schools have as well, to varying degrees of success. We look at who is putting on their big boy pants, and who is scheduling Tulane.

Badger Bits: Wisconsin football is an underdog again - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Ohio State should have a fine football team in 2013, but Wisconsin shouldn't be half bad, either.

Big Ten Realignment Analysis By A Bored High School Student - Black Heart Gold Pants
We enlisted our expert analyst, Bored High School Student, to talk about the Big Ten's new divisional structure.

Florida high school sports | Purdue football gives Hernando OL Connor Foradas his first offer
Purdue has offered a big offensive lineman out of Florida.

Northwestern-Illinois SEETHING RIVALRY update: Tim Beckman steals "W.I.N.", Snoop Dogg stokes flames - Sippin' On Purple
Northwestern-Illinois hate doesn't take a day off. Tim Beckman co-opted Northwestern's acronym, and Snoop Dogg forgot which side of a bitter hatefeud he finds himself on.

Bernard Pollard wants to lead by hitting | ProFootballTalk
Part of the reason safety Bernard Pollard is in Tennessee is to provide some leadership to a defense that allowed 471 points last season. Pollard isn't one for leading with words, though.

Purdue one of seven NCAA Division I athletic departments not to receive subsidies | Journal and Courier |
Just 23 of 228 athletics departments at NCAA Division I public schools generated enough money on their own to cover their expenses in 2012, including Purdue the report showed.

Edwards recruitment has Big Ten feel | Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis
A little more than a year after receiving his first scholarship offer from Indiana, the recruitment of 2015 East Chicago Central point guard Hyron Edwards is

College football betting division odds: Ohio State a massive favorite -
Clemson, Miami, Ohio State, Michigan State, Alabama and Georgia/South Carolina (tie) are early division favorites on the betting line.

THE EDSBS CHARITY BOWL 2013 IS ON - Every Day Should Be Saturday
Give some money to a good cause in the name of Purdue.

Drey Mingo - 5/7/13
Drey Mingo talks about working with the Washington Mystics.

Purdue's Ryan Russell driven by Den tradition - ESPN
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Purdue's reputation for producing great quarterbacks is recognized throughout college football, as names like Brees, Griese, H

Scouting: 2013 Spiece Run-n-Slam Part B — UM
Part two of our scouting evaluations from the 2013 Spiece Hensley Memorial Run-n-Slam Classic feature notes on the two prospects with Michigan offers in action in Fort Wayne as well as a handful of other notable targets. Vince Edwards (2014,

Texas WR Trae Hart quite a catch for Big Ten school - ESPN
Wide receiver Trae Hart (Dallas/First Baptist) didn’t need to make the recruiting process a drawn-out event. He picked up his first offer, thoug