As always, In Tweets is a lot more fun after a win:
Can’t run all over us from the sidelines. pic.twitter.com/3WtrNPW4xM— Corey Ross (@CorRock3148) September 22, 2018
A Purdue tradition for over a decade.— #JuansTheOne2028 (@Air_Force_Juan) September 22, 2018
Holy shit we’re playing defense— Breezy (@OV_Breezy) September 22, 2018
RONDALE 4 HEISMAN— Slice (@enivedsparre) September 22, 2018
I SEXUALLY IDENTIFY AS RONDALE MOORE!— Corey Ross (@CorRock3148) September 22, 2018
Nothing but respect for my President pic.twitter.com/wXlEozcPCl— The Holmes of the Spider-Man PS4 (@Holmes_y_Rails) September 22, 2018
Clearly the Big Ten added the wrong New York TV market ♂️ pic.twitter.com/5V8Hy7M9Pq— College Football by SB Nation (@SBNationCFB) September 22, 2018
HOT TAKE: If #Purdue were 3-0, people would be talking about Rondale Moore on the periphery of the Heisman conversation.— Brian Neubert (@brianneubert) September 22, 2018
All three phases played into that #Purdue touchdown. Defense forced three-and-out inside BC 20, nice punt return for Moore, offense finished the job.— Nathan Baird (@nbairdjc) September 22, 2018
In other words, the kind of synchronicity the Boilermakers have been looking for through three-plus games.
I love to see my dog doing his thing. Rondale Moore one of the most explosive playmakers in college football... please @ me ♂️ @Rondale_Moore03— Stephen Jr. (@stephenherron_) September 22, 2018
You won't bring @Rondale_Moore03 down on the first attempt...you just won't.— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 22, 2018
The @BoilerFootball star WR just picked up his second TD of the game, and it's not even halftime: pic.twitter.com/CN4XucHxgK
what is happening.— #JuansTheOne2028 (@Air_Force_Juan) September 22, 2018
Where has this team been for the past three weeks?— Harrison Metz (@HarrisonMetz) September 22, 2018
Boston College is scoring 39.4 ppg in its last 10 games, going over 500 yards six times.— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) September 22, 2018
37 yards and 7 points at halftime at Purdue.
"Fire up the furnace." -ESPN as they return to Ross-Ade.— #JuansTheOne2028 (@Air_Force_Juan) September 22, 2018
Never reference that nickname again.
@AntonioBlackmon walks into the room.— It's College Football Season! (@NukeBoiler) September 22, 2018
*Hold my Gatorade*
Boston College averaged 577 yards over their first three games. Right now, they have less than a hundred total against...Purdue.— BUM CHILLUPS (@edsbs) September 22, 2018
Purdue's defense had produced just two turnovers all season coming into today. The Boilers have intercepted Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown four times today. Kenneth Major comes up with his second INT of the season.— Mike DeFabo (@MikeDeFabo) September 22, 2018
I think what we are watching right now is the beginning of hockey season— (NR) BC Interruption (@bcinterruption) September 22, 2018
True story, Purdue is French for LOST.— (NR) BC Interruption (@bcinterruption) September 22, 2018
Boilermakers finally remembering they're supposed to be kinda good this year— Pat☝️ (@Puffadda) September 22, 2018
Purdoom— The Smoking Musket (@smokingmusket) September 22, 2018
One of he big ten teams I insisted is “better than being winless” is showing it tonight. *Pokes Nebraska*— Zach Martin (@zamartin) September 22, 2018
Cant tony levine just open a chik-fila in West Lafayette?— Bill Hoffmeyer (@whoffmey) September 22, 2018
BC fans, here is something to make you feel better. My son Miles is watching his first BC game (I’ll apologize to him for putting him through this later) pic.twitter.com/M9WsBIhiA2— A.J. Black (@BCHysteria) September 22, 2018
It’s over. They can’t hurt us anymore— A.J. Black (@BCHysteria) September 22, 2018
UNDEFEATED SINCE AUTUMN. pic.twitter.com/vnNLq81SY5— #OnlyTheStrong (@PurdueSports) September 22, 2018
Two years ago on homecoming: Purdue booed into the locker room at halftime in what became Hazell’s last stand.— Mike DeFabo (@MikeDeFabo) September 22, 2018
Last year: Led No. 8 Michigan at halftime, but couldn’t finish.
Today on homecoming: Throttled No. 23 Boston College for first win over a ranked team since 2011.