Does Isaac Haas play?
If he does, is he effective?
Can Purdue win this one without him?
We’ll learn all of this. Purdue is going for a second straight Sweet 16 appearance and a school single-season record 30th win against an in-state foe that has gotten the better of us for most of the last 20 years. We did get them back in Indy thee months ago though.
We know a date with Texas Tech in Boston awaits next week, but there is still work to do.
From: Indianapolis, Indiana
Date : Sunday, March 18, 2018
Tip Time: 12:10pm
Location: Detroit, MI
Arena: Little Caesar’s Arena (20,491)
Online: March Madness On Demand
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(subject to regional availability)
Radio: Purdue Radio Network
SiriusXM Satellite: XM (Ch. 381); Internet (Ch. 968)
Live Stats: bit.ly/PurdueLiveStats
2015-16 Record: 25-9, 12-6 Big East (Lost to North Carolina 92-80 in Sweet 16)
2016-17 Record: 21-13
Opponent Blog: Butler Hoops
Series with Purdue: Purdue leads 38-19
Last Butler Win: 74-68 in Indianapolis (Crossroads Classic) on 12/19/2015
Last Purdue Win: 82-67 in Indianapolis (Crossroads Classic) on 12/16/2017
NCAA History: 16 Appearances, 2x NCAA Runner-up (14 appearances in last 20 years)
Coach: LaVall Jordan (21-13 in First Season)