Noon tomorrow…Purdue looks to get their first win…a few quick thoughts
Volleyball survived two five-set scares and swept Alabama in Tuscaloosa to move to 11-0; they’ll defend that mark against conference rivals Illinois and Northwestern this weekend in Holloway.
Can Purdue bust out of this barely-lose-every-week tailspin? It’s the BC predicto!
The BS Summit at Ross Ade for Purdue-Mizzou was a rousing success, so we just talked about about a memorable weekend and a Brohm Boilermaker team that rediscovered its fight despite losing.
Purdue offense finally found some rhythm Saturday night…the defense is still searching for answers.
Purdue shows heart but then has that heart mercilessly removed by Drew Lock and Missouri.
Coming off of two-straight losses, the questions are getting harder to answer…
It’s the Predicto for Mizzou week — and finally there is some dissent among the staff. Somehow, they’ll all be wrong.
VB moved to 8-0 and #13 in Massey by winning the Stacey Clark Classic last weekend, capped by a five-set thriller over Louisville. They’ll play in the Crimson-White Tournament at Alabama this weekend.
The EMU loss, expectations, Brohm’s playcalling, our official Boiled Sports Roadtrip to Purdue this weekend, and previewing this Saturday night’s game vs Missouri with the Mizzodcast’s Brendon Anthony.
Mistakes and dumb penalties doom the Boilers…while reminding us of the not-so-distant past.
Reality strikes again as Purdue fell to Eastern Michigan 20-19, losing on a game-winning field goal as time expired on a cold and rainy West Lafayette afternoon.
On Tyler Trent’s 20th birthday, I wanted to honor one of my favorite Boilermakers.
It’s that time…Three Big Questions
Could a Boilermaker beat up an EMU? Would that be abuse? So many questions to be answered at noon this Saturday.
There were some gross reactions from the Purdue fanbase after last week’s Northwestern loss. Let’s hold each other to a higher standard.
J and Boilerdowd serve you up a plate of handsomeness. Enjoy.
Volleyball moved to 5-0 with 3-1 wins over Oakland and Notre Dame. They’ll look to improve on last year’s 7-1 start in this weekend’s Stacey Clark Classic as they host Xavier, Lipscomb and Louisville.
Good guys come up short in the 2018 opener…here are a few quick thoughts the morning after.