Purdue’s leader is optimistic about resuming classes in West Lafayette!
The Purdue ICONS series culiminates with the #1 selection, quarterback Drew Brees. Yes, I am aware I have a total man crush and I am okay with it.
The greatest coach in the history of college basketball was a Boilermaker.
Bob Griese may be Purdue's best all-around athlete ever.
One of the greatest legends of basketball in Indiana, rick mount still endures today.
The Big Dog was a dominant force during the 1993-94 season.
Gene Keady is Purdue's all-time winningest basketball coach and one of the few men to edge Bobby Knight in his career overall record.
Rod Woodson is one of the greatest defensive backs to ever play the game of football.
Mike Alstott is simply one of the greatest fullbacks in college football history.
Leroy Keyes is possibly the greatest football player in 125 of Purdue football.
One of Purdue's all-time great, Joe Barry Carroll has an unfortunate wrap of being a draft bust.
6-time National Champion David Boudia is one of the most decorated athletes in Purdue history.
The Father of the Cradle of Quarterbacks was Purdue's first Super Bowl MVP.
Stephanie White is probably the most famous women's basketball player in Purdue history.
JaJuan Johnson heads to the NBA after a memorable Purdue career.
10-time gold medalist Ray Ewry still rates highly as a Purdue ICON even 100 years after his athletic feats.
Purdue's legendary Ward "Piggy" Lambert still ranks as one of the most successful coaches in Big Ten history.
Women's Basketball player Katie Douglas was selected as the #17 ICON in Purdue history
Terry Dischinger had a record breaking career in West Lafayette and solid pro career.
Joe Tiller is Purdue's all-time winningest football coach, and a legend in West Lafayette.
Citizen Pain is enjoying a front row seat for the NBA playoffs, and making a cool million to do so.
Purdue's Mark Herrmann set national records as a Purdue quarterback and earned him a place in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Smooge comes in at #22 as a Purdue ICON
Otis Armstrong might be the greatest running back in Purdue football history.
Kyle Orton is having a solid pro career, but at Purdue he was an ICON
Ukari Figgs finished her career as one of Purdue's most memorable women's basketball players.
The Purdue ICONS lists moves to the edge of the top 25
The countdown of the top Purdue sports personalities all-time continues.
Here are the Purdue ICONS that received votes, but did not make it into the top 50.