My apologies for this column sucking this week. The bad cell reception in Ross-Ade was somehow even worse this week, so I could barely keep up with anything going on outside of the stadium. It was almost like it was 2004 or something with no idea of what was going on elsewhere.
So here is In Tweets:
Sindelar or not, this afternoon feels like a tipping point game for Purdue’s season.— Derek Schultz (@Schultz975) September 28, 2019
Beat Minnesota and things can get back on track, especially with a manageable remaining home schedule. Lose and they’re staring 1-4 in the face with a trip to Happy Valley looming.
Rondale Moore hurt. Needing to be helped off. pic.twitter.com/7TLwMl3kzo— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) September 28, 2019
obvi if it is a clavicle and an acl, purdue just went peak purdue and we're just not topping this, fam.— Casey Bartley (@CaseyBartleyhr) September 28, 2019
Starting a petition to expel Minnesota from the Big Ten for crimes against athlete knees— Paul Branham (@BoilerPaulie) September 28, 2019
This is the most Purdue scene I have ever seen— Purdue ACL Tear Today? (@PU_Torn_ACL2Day) September 28, 2019
With no Rondale, David Bell may become a star quickly.— Tyler Trent Fan Account (@Holmes_y_Rails) September 28, 2019
Purdue can have no nice things whatsoever.— Michael Hartman (@FtWaynesFinest) September 28, 2019
Maybe we should call a Rabbi... it's almost the Jewish New Year.— (((Disloyal to Nazis Cohen)) (@LRCIndy_MSW) September 28, 2019
Saw a lot of positives today. This team fought its ass off after Moore and Sindelar left. Probanly looming at a 4-8 season. But with a lot of fight for 2020.— Travis Miller (@JustTMill) September 28, 2019
Brohm on struggles: We inherited a team with veterans that was ready to win. Now we have more young guys than we'd like. We have some young talent with a bright future. Not where we need to be in the trenches. Probably hurting us we missed on some grad transfers.— Tom Dienhart (@TomDienhart1) September 28, 2019