All in 2015-2016

Actually, It Is Worse

Sure, NCAA titles don't tell the whole story, but Big Tenteen titles paint the same picture: when it comes to championships, Purdue is nowhere near the class of the conference. (Also, let's give thanks for Title IX; without it, the Boilers would be just three ahead of a team that joined the conference in 2014-15.)

It Could Be Worse

Three is not a big number, but some schools would love to have that many NCAA titles, and I don't just mean Coastal Carolina. Before we examine Burke-era results, it's helpful to have context, so let's get some. Context, I mean.

A Legacy of Less

2015-16 NACDA standings are out, and they tell us the same story we've heard every year under Morgan Burke: he delivers less than he promises. How much less? Dig in to find out.

NCAA/NIT Viewing Guide, Week 1

Postseason play goes into full swing this week as both Purdue teams begin their quest for a title. The fifth-seeded men open against Arkansas-Little Rock at 4:30 PM Thursday on TBS, while the 11th-seeded women open against Oklahoma at 1:30 PM Saturday on WatchESPN (and possibly ESPN2).

MBB Conference Tournament, Day 1: Yawn

The first day of the men's Big 14 conference tournament in Indianapolis went as expected, with Illinois blowing out Minnesota 85-52 and Nebraska beating Rutgers 89-72. They will advance to meet Iowa and Wisconsin respectively as Day 2 action begins with the early session on BTN starting at noon; the late session will be shown on ESPN2 starting at 6:30.