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No. 5 Purdue tops Illinois 76-71
"Number 5 perdue saw a 24 point second half lead evaporate, but held on at crunch time for a 76 71 win over Illinois. Brandon Newman had 19 points to lead the 26 and 5 boiler makers and says this type of win is good preparation for tournament games. Obviously it's march, you know, it's a good time of year, beautiful time of year. And it's going to be a lot of close games. It's going to be a lot of back and forth. Pointing at 11 Illinois held Purdue to just 29% shooting in the second half. Matthew Meyer led the align I was 16 points. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
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Hood-Schifino helps No. 17 Hoosiers sweep No. 5 Purdue
"Indiana freshman Jalen hood chicano had 35 points as the 17th ranked hoosiers have set in state rival Purdue for the second time this season 79 71. You come to Indiana and you know Indian anniversary rivalry and everything. So, you know, I knew 5 a big time game. I can go down as you know, one of the big time in the end of play. So, you know, it was definitely great to have a performance like I did. The 5th ranked boilermakers were outscored 45 33 in the second half in losing for the fourth time in 16 games. Zach edi had 26 points for 24 and 5 perdue, while Indiana in peruse to 20 and 9. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
Bloomberg Radio New York
"west lafayette" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Folks, this is iconic. Yes. The only one I could think of like is Harry's chocolate fountain. In West Lafayette, Indiana. Is it the equivalent? And you go in the wrong go and it sort of like is Rick danko here. You'd be looking around for the band or whatever, right? Exactly. You know, it was a few years ago. This is a serious pod to summarize, you know, he's a math geek, I get it. But to pull that into the real world, Paul, this is not a normal distressed workout, is no, and this is first of all, the $8 billion of debt and you remember, there's less than a $1 billion of EBITDA. So the leverage multiple is double digit. So this is a disaster from a balance sheet perspective, but the problem is you've got all these rights holders, the Major League Baseball teams, the NHL, the NBA. Yeah, come on, it's a fossil. They're holding on to a past that's gone, am I right? Exactly. Court cutting is just crush these regional sports networks. And if you're a local baseball team, that's what you do rely upon. You have to stay with this folks over the next hour. We have key economic data. We do this with a two year yield 4.80% back to where it was 16 years ago. The ten year yield 3.94% is unwatched. The Dow over negative 400. Stay with us. I'm Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg surveillance. Bloomberg television first in global business news. The markets matter and they are moving. Yields actually lower globally from New York to San Francisco. Headlines involving Twitter. From London to Hong Kong. It has been a week of huge gyration. The world turns to Bloomberg for market moving headlines. All eyes are on what's going on in the tech space. The dollar really taking control here. Bloomberg, television
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Edey has 21st double-double as No. 3 Purdue tops Ohio State
"Number three Purdue got well in a big way against Ohio State. The 24 and four boilermakers had a 44 to 21 rebounding advantage in an 82 to 55 win. Producer Zach Edie led the team with 26 points and 11 rebounds. We take a lot of pride on the controlling the glass, you know, getting those offensive rebounds. A lot of times, coach pain says, when you take a good shot, a good thing is going to happen, like we got to get offensive rebounds like that. The 11 and the 16 buckeyes have lost 8 straight while Purdue maintains its hold on the top spot in the Big Ten. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
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Braden Smith leads No. 1 Purdue past Iowa 87-73
"Purdue freshman brayden Smith played more like an upper classman in the boilermakers 87 to 73 win over Iowa. Smith had 24 points as number one Purdue improved to 23 and two. Shots just fell and kind of just play how it went. So with shots being able to fall, obviously confidence goes up a little bit. So that's what was happening. So it just felt good to make a couple shots. The boilermakers saw a 21 point second half lead cut to 6 with 6 minutes left, but it was all Purdue after that. Chris Murray had 24 points to lead the 15 to 9 hawkeyes. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
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Gillis scores 29, No. 1 Purdue rolls past Penn St. 80-60
"Mason Gillis averages 5 points a game for Purdue. But in an 80 to 60 win over Penn State, Gillis had a breakout game, 29 points, 27 of them, on three pointers, and Gillis ignited an early second half boilermaker rally that put the game away. There's no reason I can't make shots sometimes as more of like a self confidence that I kind of hesitate whenever it's a night. The first couple ones went in and I was like, I'm gonna just keep shooting it. Purdue is now 22 and one and leads the Big Ten by three and a half games, Penn State falls to 14 and 8. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
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Edey scores 38 as No. 1 Purdue overwhelms Spartans 77-61
"Zack Edie has Michigan state's number twice in two weeks the Purdue center has recorded career scoring highs against the Spartans. In the latest ED had 38 points in the boilermakers, 77 to 61 wins. They play super physical, they kind of file every time and that kind of gets me going. I like playing physical. I like those types of games and it kind of shows you kind of got me going when they started following me and they started hacking me and started doing things really busting my live in the second half. Number one Purdue is now 21 and one. It has a commanding lead in the Big Ten. Michigan state drops to 14 and 8. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
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Edey, No. 3 Purdue fend off Terrapins' late charge 58-55
"Purdue is 19 and one for the first time in school history, but getting there wasn't easy. The boilermakers held off a Maryland comeback attempt for 58 55 win. Purdue big man, Zach Edie, had 24 points and 16 rebounds. He says the boilers haven't reached their potential. You have a really good game, for example, like today, we out rebounded them by a lot. It doesn't mean that we're satisfied with our rebounding. I mean, we don't feel like we could and better on the glass. Marilyn at 12 and 7 got 19 points from Julian Reese, Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
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No. 3 Purdue uses 3-point flurry to take down Nebraska 73-55
"After scoring 22 points against Nebraska last month, Purdue, freshman guard Fletcher lawyer finished with a career high 27 in the second meeting between the teams. With Zach Edie feeding lawyer the ball, the 16 and one boilermakers cruise to a 73 55 win. The defense they play with sit in low on Zach. We'd have a lot of kick out shots and a lot of opportunity for me, so I knew I needed to just be ready to shoot in same with everyone else. Purdue out rebounded the cornhuskers 38 to 19, Derek walker had 19 points to lead Nebraska. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana.
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Late 3-pointer sends Rutgers past No. 1 Purdue again, 65-64
"Number one perdue goes down for the first time this season. Rutgers cam Spencer hit a three pointer with 14 seconds left for a 65 64 win. It was just a team effort all the way and I thought we were very connected tonight and stayed poised throughout that whole second half. You know, they made a run, but I thought we stayed poised and just so proud of our guys. The boilermakers rallied from 13 points down in the second half, but were done in by turnovers and poor free throw shooting. Paul McKay he led the tenon for scarlet knights with 16 points. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
"west lafayette" Discussed on WTOP
"A new drama set in an English town in the early 1980s. It's called empire of light and it follows the life of a manager of a struggling movie theater, played by English actress Olivia Colman, who's known for her role in The Crown and films like the favorite. Look around you. This whole place is for people who want to escape. People who don't belong anywhere else. How do you feel? Do you feel a bit? How am I supposed? The world is changing I talked with film critic Christian toto to get his thoughts on the film. It's set in 1980s in England. And it's about a theater manager in all the different problems that she's facing. She's unhappy with her work. She's in this sort of odd relationship with her boss. But then a new employee comes along and she strikes up a relationship with him. So it's about that romance. It's about the racism of that era because she is white and he is a black employee. And the main character here is Olivia Colman, who's just one of our best actresses. She's wonderful here. She brings so much nuance and texture to the role. But I think it's the kind of movie where there are so many different competing themes. You've got the problem of racism. You've got her main character and all the complications that she's going through. You've got this sort of love letter to the theatrical experience and all these glowing images of the theater. It's one of those old school houses where you don't see many of them these days. It's sort of the director Sam Mendes has really connecting to our love of our childhood and what movies used to mean to us. But I think with all those different elements not one of them really kind of jumps out at you. So it's a fine experience, but I just didn't think it was compelling enough despite the fact that Coleman is always so good on screen. That is film critic Christian toto of Hollywood in toto dot com. In coming up the Maryland women taking on Purdue this evening in West Lafayette will check in with rob woodfork just ahead. It's 8 13. Do you have a heating and air emergency? If so, you need HAC 9-1-1. Call 301-939-0499, or visit our website, HAC 9-1-1 dot com, backslash D.C. for service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The chili temperatures are setting in now, and it's not even winter yet
"west lafayette" Discussed on WTOP
"Numbers on Wall Street. Wall Street gained ground today the Dow up a 184 points, IBM is buying a big resting company. I'm Jeff clayville. Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. 6 45, rob wood here, let's talk a little women's basketball. Yes, let's Maryland underway over its West Lafayette Indiana, the home of 8 one Purdue, the 20th ranked women's Maryland women rather, off to a little bit of a slow start shooting the basketball. They're down 19 to 14 as the first quarter winds down the boiler makers, boiling hot, making 8 of their first 11 shots. In this week's D.C. sports subtle, we beg the question, when was the last time the best team in the D.C. sports landscape wore burgundy and gold, this was Dave Preston's answer. 99, they went ten and 6 were this close to advancing to the NFC championship game. They lost a tough one to Tampa Bay. A game that they very well should have won they had a 4000 yard passer and Brad Johnson. They looked like this was going to be the contending team in the NFC east. And that a lot of people forget that offense for Washington back then was second only to the greatest show on turf rams. That season. So that was a better team that I feel like people remember. And my answer was actually more recent than 1999. You can check out the full discussion on WTO P dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. And as we speak in Los Angeles Baker Mayfield taking practice reps during warm ups that's kind of in blind, you might actually start tonight
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Edey's 31 points, 22 boards lead No. 5 Purdue past Minnesota
"8 and O Purdue took a 22 point first half lead and never looked back for an 89 70 win over Minnesota. Boilermaker center Zack Edie had 31 points and 22 rebounds, both career highs. Edie says his rebounding is creating scoring opportunities. Whenever I'm around the room trying to finish trying to finish over the room, a lot of times when you go in with that mentality, you get vowels, you get those layups, get those easy dunks. Minnesota, which is now four and four got 21 points from jamison battle. Tom mccabe, West Lafayette, Indiana
"west lafayette" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Now, 72 O'Hare, 74 midway, and at 68 currently downtown along Chicago's lakefront. A Purdue university student killed in a residence hall early this morning and police are questioning the roommate. In fact, the roommate now may be facing charges. The school in West Lafayette, Indiana, said in a statement that police were called at around 9-1-1 at about 1245 in the morning from the victim's roommate, police chief Leslie wheat, saying that 20 year old Varun cheda, a senior majoring in data science from Indianapolis was found dead in his room at mccutcheon's hall, his roommate, a 22 year old, is now on charges being accused of charged with murder. This is a junior majoring in cybersecurity and is an international student from Korea. I believe this was unprovoked. In senseless. That's the chief of police there and investigation is currently underway. There is no threat to the community or the university community. The vehicle suspected of being driven in a hit and run that killed a toddler Monday in Albany park has been located. Police did not release where the pickup truck was found just set the investigation remains ongoing. The family of the 18 month old boy who was killed is pleading with the hit and run driver, who struck the child to come forward, turn himself in. The number of deaths being blamed on hurricane Ian, up to 103 in Florida, 5 in North Carolina, President Biden there today with First Lady Jill Biden, they're traveling to Fort Myers to meet with families and survey the damage there the president to meet with Florida governor Ron DeSantis as well. And did you miss it the other night the American League has a new home run king New York Yankees slugger Aaron judge swatting his 62nd home run of the season into the left field bleachers during the first inning of Tuesday night's game against the rangers. This is what it's about. You dream about stuff like this. He breaks a record held by Roger Maris. He held that record for more than 60 years. WLS news times 1232. On
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"west lafayette" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Well, I'll let you know about going to Dublin next year at this time. Please do. I would love the opportunity. I'm very honored to receive the invitation. Sure. And how many are you trying to get back to my homeland? And anything to get back. For a second, I thought you were talking about double Ohio where I'm from. In Ireland, that makes sense. Do you have an accent? Because we're demanding that everybody who goes has to be able to say, you know, have some kind of accent there. When I get drunk, yes. Okay. Great. That comes out. And naturally comes out. All right. My grandpappy. All right. Yeah, because patty Fitzgerald just brought northwestern back there, so. We had him on yesterday. It takes a few beers. We can work that week and there will be a few of those. Thank you, Brady. And have fun in West Lafayette, Indiana. Well, do you think about it? That's Brady Quinn. Eggland's best is done this pony lesson. Organico the egg landscape. Eggland's best continually. This business must be Tamina. Solo eggland's best. The 2022 NFL season is underway, and there is no better way to stay current with all the news from around the league than with the NFL now podcast. Reporters in the field
"west lafayette" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Spencer now that you were always rooting for giant institutions to fail. Basically, now that you're essentially a rebel snowspeeder flying through hoth, hoping the AT at walkers just collapse and trip over themselves. It does raise a follow up question for me here because when you look at everything that's happening in college football right now, I'm curious what makes you just like belly laugh. I love the idea of, yes, UFC playing an Ann Arbor in November. I love that struggle. I want to see it. I want to see Lincoln Riley try to throw the ball 55 times when it's 25° and blowing sideways. That fills me with joy. I love the idea. You have the idea of Lincoln Riley opening up a tauntaun and climbing inside to survive halftime. Yes, yes, that's pretty much what he's going to have to do. I love the idea of all of those modern day kids, all of these like southern California football players going to like yes, West Lafayette or going to Madison in a driving snowstorm. And just really wondering what mistakes they've made in their life that got them to this point. I love the idea of Texas, which is the most moneyed program in college football in terms of just cash. Sheer cash, not performance, obviously. But cash. I love the idea that they're going to go into the SEC and they are going to struggle. They're going to struggle mightily. That's one thing that Texas is really going to discover is hard about playing in a conference where they are not the big fish with a little carefully manicured pond constructed around them. I think they know that. I think they know what's going to be hard. There's going to be an adjustment period. But knowing an experiencing are two entirely different things. But it sounds like Spencer more than anything. You want the culture shock. You like kind of the idea that the multiverse of college football is ripping apart. And we're going to find out what it's like when people just show up places that they were never intended to be. We get complaints for the better part of 20 years about weakening schedules and about people no longer playing intersectional games where a team from the West Coast plays a team from the east coast where you don't have substantial out of conference games. Congratulations. We just brought the conference into the conference. Now you get a lot. This is not just pimp my ride, but for conferences. We heard you like conferences. So we put a conference inside of your conference. That's correct. That's correct. We put a UCLA on the dash of your Big Ten. Enjoy. If you don't like it, too bad. That's what you get now. Also, we got complaints about, well, you know, if we have divisions, you don't get people playing across. Well, that's eliminated now. That's fine. You can see some real anarchy and scheduling, and you can see one of my favorite things in college football in a sport where styles make fights a lot and the timing matters in terms of who meets who win and who's healthy. You can get my favorite thing which are more instances of Purdue, Ohio State. If you don't know, every now and then Ohio State will just show up for the Purdue game and get waxed. Dilated, right? Every now and then, you know, a job or faces a champ at the exact wrong time for the champ, maybe he had food poisoning. Maybe the job was just feeling good that day and lands a lucky punch. And sometimes a beat down ensues. And those are my favorite things because those teams don't play a lot so they don't exactly have the book on each other. Alabama and auburn have the book on each other. They know what they're going to see year to year. Oklahoma playing, let's see, Kentucky, right? Kentucky to me, we do thinking out loud on the SEC network and the most fun we've had is watching Kentucky weekend and week out just beat people up. They might lose that happens, but Kentucky Mark Stevenson built what is to be pound for pound the meanest program in terms of what you're going to face every week.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"west lafayette" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This Do you ever signs of paycheck That's a wins your bracket So boiler up go produce I do Purdue I'm with you All the way just to management We're going to do the show from Harry's chocolate shop in West Lafayette Purdue takes it all Team coverage That's right now Mary's chocolate chip Not quite Let's get to Bloomberg Maria teneo in Brussels Marie I want to start with a comment we heard from the Kremlin this morning Go through the mentality haven't Poland they are Well Jonathan is so difficult to decipher when we are at this stage The Kremlin now saying that there could be an option of neutrality Remember this is the buzzword We've heard this repeatedly for the past two weeks It means Ukraine does not enter a military alliance with NATO would stay neutral in the case of conflict but of course there are many details around it that would be pending Would they keep an army Would they have to pledge additional concessions to Russia Remember the Russians that you say neutrality could work but they also keep using this word dean at the country being a Nazi by the way in Russia is a very very serious insult They're really trying to dehumanize the other side of the talks here But again it's very difficult to figure out what's going on here because neutrality can mean anything and everything When you speak to the Ukrainians that tell you yeah that is an option but it would need very serious security guarantees And this is not just about Russia It would be a brown every neighbor around Ukraine but also countries like the United States and the European Union would have to agree on it The one thing I would note however is that the two sides over the past 24 hours have made it clear that the positions are becoming more realistic but also a major reality check for the Ukrainian government now singing openly explicitly NATO is probably not an option for the country Maria got 18 questions on the military on the map on this war but let me go to you for a Bloomberg question Are the sanctions are the financial pressure are the most favored nation pull away from Russia Is it working Well when it comes to the European air response to that and it was only announced yesterday so Thomas essentially we're talking about 24 hours in which the European Union through the WTO pulled out the most favored nation status This is repeated with the United States did last week but when I speak to European finance ministers and I had conversations yesterday with the German finance minister mister lindner I also had a conversation with America They do say their work and the pressure is on and Russia's standing very close to potentially a default So they do feel the pressure on the economic front is there but the problem is Thomas you know for the Russian government this is not an economic story This is existential This is about Ukraine and it's about Russia It's a political story for them in ways that many in the west probably don't even understand for the Russians This is not just about an economic crisis as a fundamental question about whether or not Ukraine belongs in the Russian Federation and for the Ukrainians is precisely about breaking free from the Russian Federation Anne Marie just quickly here how much has this become a politicized issue in Washington D.C. with some Republicans coming out and saying that the Democrats are not going hard enough not supplying enough ammunition not necessarily providing enough support to Ukraine I think you'll see a lot of that today when we hear from president zelensky 'cause he's really going to implore lawmakers to do more with setting up either a no fly zone which by the way that has bipartisan support in terms of not doing that There's a lot of Republicans who agree with the administration that can be very much so an escalatory response but when it comes to Polish fighter jets or any sort of jets from a NATO country getting over to Ukraine many Republicans think this is something that should be delivered that they should take this advice on from president zelensky He knows on the ground what is needed and you had senator McConnell yesterday in a speech on the floor of the Senate minority leader talking about the fact that he thinks the administration has been a bit hesitant on this and dragging its feet So potentially I think president zelensky is really going to put the Biden administration in a very difficult place today and almost immediately after he speaks this morning President Biden is also going to speak and talk about the military aid the U.S. is sending I am age Thank you with Maria today On that important conversation Tom did we ever find out why facilitating the transfer of megs to Ukraine was considered an escalation Did we ever get a full explanation of that John I don't know The full explanation is simple and I thought Gregg villier captured it perfectly this morning It's a moment the emotion we're going to see at 9 o'clock at 9 20 this morning will be extraordinary and the adult in the room is at 1600 Pennsylvania avenue and he has one thing on his mind and that is nuclear weapons and the deterrent forces on both sides The issue I have now later is that once you've established defined it as an escalation then ultimately can you go through with it But the problem right Right it's a self fulfilling prophecy How can they now say okay we can supply those aircraft But now it's not an escalation How do they determine that And how do they basically frame that to the Kremlin It's almost self imposed Futures at 1.2% on the S&P on the NASDAQ count by 1.75 yields on tens to 16 Your fed decision just around a corner This is Bloomberg.
"west lafayette" Discussed on WCPT 820
"This is the Tom Hartman program Well Republican death calls alert Welcome back to the third hour of our program The South Dakota attorney general was a guy by the name of Jason ravensburg Yeah that's a very strange name But who can pick on people for their names Anyhow they didn't choose it But he was driving down the road at high speed and looking at and reading on his phone and anti Biden article and he hit and killed a pedestrian And then just apparently the guy just came right up on his windshield and went flying off the car and he just kept on going And when he got where he was going and he told somebody that he killed a deer Right He killed a person He's the attorney general The chief law enforcement officer for the state of South Dakota And he then cut a plea deal with a friendly judge and he didn't go to jail He got no jail time For killing this guy And there was an attempt guy the governor Christy nome she came out and said he should resign He said nope I'm not going to resign The Republican controlled state legislature There was an effort to impeach him mostly by the Democrats and the Republicans said no we're good with him He was after all reading an anti Joe Biden article when he killed this guy And so anyhow the punchline for this whole thing or where this has come to Now this all happened you know like last year so a political consultant who's working with this guy sends him a text message that says well at least you kill at least the guy was a Democrat And it turns out that was the case it was a Democrat Meanwhile also in the Republican death called three men pleaded guilty Now this was a few weeks ago Three men pleaded guilty to crimes related to a scheme to attack power grids in the United States in furtherance of white supremacist ideology I'm reading this from a press release from the Department of Justice's office of public affairs According to court documents Christopher Bryant cooked 20 of Columbus Ohio Jonathan Allen frost 24 of West Lafayette Indiana and of Katy Texas and Jason Jackson Matthews samwell 22 of Ajax Wisconsin Each plea to guilty to one count of conspiring to provide material support to terrorists And.
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No. 3 Purdue blocks Maryland in final seconds for 62-61 win
"Purdue fought back for sixty to sixty one win over Maryland the third ranked Boilermakers went on a fourteen to nothing run midway into the second half after falling behind by twelve Jaden ivy who averages seventeen points was limited to eleven but his basket with thirteen seconds ago sealed the win with the Terrapins leading scorer Erica yell out Fatts Russell picked up the slack finishing with twenty four points Purdue is now twenty two and four Maryland falls to eleven and fourteen Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana
CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"west lafayette" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"On to Tuesday, which is just jam packed every week now. We were in studio last night, Adam Zucker described Tuesday as baby Saturday. It really has become the busiest day of the week for college basketball. Other than Saturday. And I don't know if it's always been that way, has it always been that way? No, it's been that way this season to an extent because you had PAC 12 and WCC makeup games on Tuesday and that those West Coast leagues never played on Tuesdays and Mondays normally. So that has been part of it. Yeah, Tuesday's pretty packed. Wednesday traditionally is the most populated non Saturday day, but Tuesday has been a lot of fun. And yeah, last night was just one after another after another. A lot of stuff to kind of keep track on deep into the night with the WCC in UCLA stuff. Oh, boy, don't talk to me about deep into the night. When you gotta wait till one 20 to do a C block for inside college basketball. You had to talk on TV. I had to write a Shaun White column. Yeah. Yeah. All I had to do was a Santa Clara highlight call it a night. So I was had to make sure Shaun White's competitive snowboarding career wasn't over at like one 15 in the morning. All right, okay, I'll start complaining. I'll stop complaining. Purdue beat Illinois by 16 on Tuesday night, so this is weird. This is a weird things happen. Internet, alive and well in West Lafayette, but wildly unreliable throughout the rest of Indiana, because Indiana suspended 5 players on Tuesday and then lost to northwestern. Johnny.
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Ivey 3 in last second, No. 6 Purdue fends off No. 16 Ohio St
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"west lafayette" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Coming up WGN sports in college basketball northwestern had no answer for produce offense of West Lafayette yesterday They lost to the fourth running border makers 80 to 60 for their second loss in the last three games The lowest state also lost they fell at Evansville on Sunday by the score of 56 to 53 The red birds are once again at the 500 mark with a record of ten and ten They've lost three of their last 5 games WGN traffic archer avenue willow springs is now closed between 95th street and willow springs road due to a fatal accident Consider using the Stevenson instead Senator Joni Ernst is sending Russian president Vladimir Putin a very clear message Pushing back against Russia we need to show strength and not be in a position of doctrine of appeasement Appearing on CNN State of the Union The Iowa Republican war and Putin quote don't do it in reference to the continuing threat of invasion in Ukraine Ernst said despite the political divisions in the U.S. Democrats and Republicans are united against Putin's threat of aggression She also called for sanctions against Russia to be put into place immediately Senator Chris Coons is condemning Senate Republicans for the death of two voting rights bills All 50 Democrats voted for the John Lewis voting rights restoration act and for the freedom to vote act and none of the 50 Republicans in the Senate joined us appearing on ABC's this week A Delaware Democrat says both democratic senators Joe Manchin and Kirsten sinema followed other democratic senators and supporting two voting rights acts He said voter suppression was alive and well in the U.S. he cited the rejection of mail in ballots and getting rid of drop boxes for COVID vulnerable citizens as proof The forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center says light snow moves in during these early morning hours Temperatures will be in the teens Later today smoke continues through the morning commute and into the afternoon one to three inches are expected Eyes reach the upper 20s Then tonight clouds will decrease but it will be very cold with those in a single digits A winter weather advisory goes into effect for northeastern Illinois at three this morning and for northwest Indiana and 5 this morning in the last two this afternoon because of the snow right now we have scattered snow showers light snow showers anyway throughout the Chicagoland area Temperature wise it is 13° at O'Hare.
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No. 2 Purdue holds off Iowa 77-70 in Big Ten opener
"The the number number to to produce produce survived survived a a late late Iowa Iowa rallied rallied for for a a seventy seventy seven seven seventy seventy win win the the victory victory over over the the previously previously unbeaten unbeaten Hawkeyes Hawkeyes will will likely likely propel propel the the Boilermakers Boilermakers into into the the top top spot spot in in the the rankings rankings Iowa Iowa cut cut a a nineteen nineteen point point produce produce second second half half lead lead to to two two with with just just over over two two minutes minutes left left but but was was shut shut down down over over the the remainder remainder of of the the game game Jaden Jaden Ivey Ivey led led the the boilers boilers with with nineteen nineteen points points and and brought brought down down on on the the phone phone like like you you know know there's there's you you know know we're we're on on the the run run and and you you know know we we just just we we just just kept kept battling battling on on we we got got some some rebounds rebounds and and you you know know the the led led to to you you know know them them filing filing striving striving on on Williams Williams pulled pulled down down eighteen eighteen rebounds rebounds were were produced produced Patrick Patrick McCaffrey McCaffrey had had fifteen fifteen points points to to lead lead Iowa Iowa Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana
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No. 2 Purdue uses scoring combination to KO Seminoles 93-65
"Purdue Purdue out out shot shot and and out out rebounded rebounded Florida Florida state state in in a a ninety ninety three three sixty sixty five five win win the the second second ranked ranked Boilermakers Boilermakers said said fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of their their shots shots and and held held the the thirty thirty six six to to twenty twenty five five rebounding rebounding advantage advantage five five Purdue Purdue players players were were in in double double figures figures led led by by Jaden Jaden ivy ivy with with eighteen eighteen points points we we take take you you know know what what the the coaches coaches say say and and we we you you know know we we just just buy buy and and and and then then when when the the game game comes comes you you know know we're we're we're we're ready ready we're we're executing executing it it perfectly perfectly and and you you know know if if we we just just keep keep doing doing that that I I think think we we can can be be a a really really good good team team led led by by sixteen sixteen at at halftime halftime then then put put the the game game out out of of reach reach in in the the second second half half the the Boilermakers Boilermakers are are now now seven seven oh oh heading heading into into their their big big ten ten opener opener the the Seminoles Seminoles now now five five and and two two got got twenty twenty two two points points from from Caleb Caleb mills mills Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana
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O'Connell, Bell help Purdue take down No. 5 Spartans 40-29
"The last of the big ten unbeatens has gone down Purdue in becoming bowl eligible stage for forty to twenty nine win over Michigan state with boilermaker quarterback Aiden o'connell passing for five hundred thirty six yards goes back to our team our coaches the players on our team just wanted to win and believing that they can win so that's what it's all about you know week after week it's it's a battle in the big ten and every week's gonna be a dogfight Purdue receiver David bell hauled in eleven catches for two hundred seventeen yards eight in one Michigan state tied it at twenty one only to see the Boilermakers score sixteen unanswered points Spartan running back Kenneth Walker rushed for one hundred forty six yards Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana
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"west lafayette" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Matchup for the eagles running back to the detroit. Lions one of the very worst against fantasy running backs and then the chargers after that their thirtieth so you've got gained well and scott heading into matchups against twenty ninth and thirtieth against fantasy running backs. Welcome to the show. Are we going to pick them up. How much fat or are we going to spend. We'll tell you right now. Who are we prioritizing. Ademi's or jimmy is a bergen. Dave richard here on fantasy football today. Your waiver wire addition recap another game. That was kind of hard to watch but had a little drama in it and that monday night football game. Thirteen ten saints. Good morning jamie. Has the waiver wire looking the waiver wires looking looking like that monday night game but you know what west lafayette. Yeah but you know what the devante atoms situation sucks in. Billy does so many levels but it does give us allen lazard dave. How're you how. What are your thoughts now other waiver. Wire all my fab on allen lazard and maybe a finger cross on. Martha's vowed gatling robert tongeren just any any packer. That's going to catch passes from aaron rodgers on thursday with davante adams has a chance can't wait just excited bursting at the seams. Obviously we hope devante is okay. He's vaccinated pretty sure that hasn't been officially confirmed so should be fine but Yeah from a football perspective. This was the early super bowl. This was the best game of the year and it might still be. The packers have rolled without devante atoms over the last couple of years. Aaron rodgers if you're sitting there thinking do. I need to pickup taylor. Heineke or dana jones or retool and a shallower leak or something. What do you guys. Think is aaron rodgers. Still a start this week in six games over the last two seasons without adams he scored nine points then. He scored twenty two fifty three thirty to thirty and thirty seven. In six point per passing touchdown league so one horrible game one may and four monster games. This will be tougher competition. Though jamie is aaron rodgers. Still a starter. We'll be playing. Should we be playing the waiver wire. He's still start the only guy that hasn't been playing or playing well and they'll reason i phrase it that way because her cousins coming off a bite. That's the only guy. I would start over him that you might not consider. Okay all right so that'll start the show with our big news dave so basically your reaction to this devante adams's who by the way. He has not been ruled out officially yet. But it's going to be close for tough for him to get back on a thursday. They're hoping david bahktiar as the left tackle compla- but that's probably still a little unlikely. Mvs may be able to play this week. It is so important and it is part of the waiver wire as we talk about lazard and tanya and maybe even. Aj dylan's eighty two percent roster. What's your take on the packers and how they get it done against the cardinals. I think they try and get it done with the ground game and it just makes sense..
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"west lafayette" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Me? Remember this? It's been a while. Welcome in Michigan Women's basketball getting set to return to action. After three weeks off tonight, the Wolverines are in West Lafayette, Indiana, to face Purdue. Ironically, the team they were scheduled to face on January 24th. Just before the entire Michigan Athletic Department was put into a two week pause. The Wolverines were unable to play since the last time they took the court, which was on January 21st. They lost to Ohio State in Columbus on that Thursday. It did so behind the historic effort from now as Hillman, who scored 50 points in that game. The Wolverines have not played since. Meanwhile, per do it has been a struggle this year for the Boilermakers. A perennial powerhouse in the big 10 that his sort of fallen off of that perch Right now. Purdue finds itself in the bottom four in the Big 10. They are three and eight in Conference six and nine overall under their long time head coach here in verse, it They are a team in a bit of transition. They're missing their best player from the last couple of seasons. We'll talk about that when we return. Plus also just what exactly is Michigan gonna look like tonight? We'll share some thoughts on that. As the Wolverines and the Boilermakers get set to square off for the first time this year. In West Lafayette, Michigan and Purdue. Maurin a moment you're listening to Michigan women's basketball from Lear Field. I am G college. BT makes it easy for all customers to score a renewable energy touchdown. When you join my green power, you helped build more wind and solar parks and.
"west lafayette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hey, this right here is why I don't like what? Right Where? Right here. This story right in front of me. What is it? The story right? My hands. Well, read it. Wish. TV. The pretty university basketball team was forced to board a second flight on Monday night after their first charter plane to the Tuesday game in Maryland had to make an emergency landing in Indianapolis. What sort of emergency landing Well, it doesn't go into intimate detail, but the team was heading from West Lafayette, the Baltimore when the plane experienced mechanical issue, like, See if they were on a bus that could just put Over to the side of the road and said second bus come get us and carrying us away. Well, they did exactly that. It sounds like in an airplane, right? Yeah. What if they hadn't been able to make the emergency landing? They did for now. You know what? You should do what you should get on. Take talk. No, no. There is a pair of their twin pilots and they fly together. The women pilots, airmen mail pile. Well, I'm out. But their whole account is set up for people exactly like you who have all kinds of phobias about flying. And so they go through like the common things that people are most afraid of, and they tell them here is why you don't need to be afraid has been really helpful for me because I don't love flying. I mean, I'll do it. Obviously, I'm not as fearful as you are, but I don't like it and there's a lot of things that scare me to death. And so they calm me down. I usually watch their stuff like right before I take a flight on like, what about the turbulence? Like, what does that mean? And then I'll listen to their videos about turbulence. So a couple of follow up questions on this. Let's say you were on a plane that had to make an emergency landing. Would you be OK getting on another plane and continuing on your journey? Are you like This flight is so cursed. I'm out. No, I would get on. I'd get on a new plane. And in fact, I've gotten on planes. This happened to me Just going to Tucson Over Christmas. There was a delay on my way back. I was leaving Tucson and there was a delay getting on the plane because of mechanical difficulties on and so they were like we have to fix these before we allow you to get on the plane, and I still got on the plane and went so that would would be the next question. This plane here. Let's say they landed, They said We fixed it. Let's go. Would you be comfortable staying on that plane? Oh, Johnny. Tough guy. Not so tough anymore, huh? It depends on the mechanical issue like it wasn't something is an engine related, Or is it like the windshield wiper doesn't work they have of landing. An emergency landing of the windshield wiper doesn't work mock. Well, maybe it's a lavatory issue You don't ever really know this isn't Tommy boy and also don't think it's an issue with the bathroom. I think there's something serious that they require the plane to make an emergency landing. Hence the word emergency. It was just, you know, out of oil. You just don't know if it was an easy fix or not Oil like a jiffy Lube. Pull over the jiffy Lube up. Yeah, Okay. Brandi just needed to check that dipstick. Yeah, that's all damage joke. You're gonna love this one. This one came on our voicemail. Why was the snow smiling? I don't know why I was the snow smiling. Saw the snow blower coming. Oh, yeah. There you go. Very good. Right up your alley. We actually got this one from our boss. David, would this next story? Oh, yeah. This is a good one from Yahoo, a public high school teacher in San Francisco named Ingrid's sire Oci. Wrote an op ed for the San Francisco Chronicle that appeared on Sunday and went quickly. Viral has an objection to the quote, privileged white privilege, male privilege and class privilege symbolized by Bernie Sanders, choice of a relatively casual Burton snowboarding jacket and repurpose wool mittens. Can you believe that? This is a thing? She's mad of the Bernie Mim. I'm of him bundled up with looking angry. Yeah, she's claiming that is privileged white privilege male privilege in class privilege. It's just It's the epitome of all of the privilege, she says, because And her rationale for this because I was like, what in the world. How do you get privilege out of this ridiculous get up, And she says it's because ah woman would not be allowed to dress that casually to dress down that much at an inaugural event which I call Bs on. Would you like to read the meter? Read the quote, please. What did they see? They saw a white man in a puffy jacket and huge mittens, just it not only in his social distancing but in his demeanor and attire. What did I see? What did I think My students should see. Ah, wealthy, incredibly well educated and privileged white man showing up for perhaps the most important ritual the decade in a puffy jacket and huge mittens. And Well, if Bernie Sanders deserves whatever he gets, so I'm not wondering what he's getting is like piles and piles of money from capitalizing on this whole thing Well, and to his credit, I believe that, at least on his in the he has donated most of it to of charity meals on wheels to help poor people, which is great. It's how capitalism actually works, Bernie You get to make money off of stuff that people want. And then you can use it for your own purposes. Whether those are altruistic or otherwise. I love this quote. I don't know many poor working class or female or struggling to be taken seriously. Folk who would show up at the inauguration of our 46 president dressed like Bernie? Yeah, they locked down the capital. Regular people can't get in. Hello. But I mean, that's her point is completely nonsense. If a woman wanted to wear that exact get up, people would make fun of her exactly like they're doing with Bernie. It would be like equal opportunity mockery. That's how the world works. It wouldn't be like she would be seen out. She wouldn't be allowed to attend. Her whole argument is preposterous. Just one more thing that's making me furious today. Boy, you are rolling so mad today and so many things. What is new Year? New Year's at the thing? What's going on over here? Well, it's February. This is the worst month of the entire U Look. Valentine I love Valentine's Day. That's the saving grace of out of February but February as a month Sucks, because it's you know, it's like the dead of winter. It's like the wintry ist of winter months, and it's when it's gray all the time. And I just hate February. Uh, Can we switch gears here? Yes. Did you know Jenna Jameson is 46 years old? Well, you told me that And I guess I thought like she was actually a little older. Really? Not because she looks bad. I'm not saying that. I just thought she was a little I thought she was close to my age..
"west lafayette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"County. Log cabins, calm over 100, secluded cabins, many with hot tubs and game rooms. Brown County log cabins dot com. Welcome back in their small stock, as we're looking at some of these games from across the state of Indiana will start and McCutchen and then if he had Harrison West Lafayette, 64 to 59 Mariana On top of four way, Northrop 60 86 to 68 west Washington was defeated by logo T 67 41. Liberty Christian Feeds Clinton Central 71 2 33. Leo defeats Belmont 47 to 43 Lawrence North on top of Jeffersonville in a close 1 55 50 0 kill Also a power 50. 47 Lakeland Christian defeats Southern while 65 to 48 River Forest Falls, The lake Station 60 to 55 Lavinia, Jeff. Over Park Heritage 54. 49 Welcome O defeats Lewis cast 58 Have 53. Indianapolis Lutheran over traders point Christian 67 to 47 in the game of the night in double overtime. Indianapolis Herring over southwestern Shelbyville 89. 85 Change in North defeats DeKalb 68 60 years. And Heritage Hills overhaul of Princeton, 58 to 48 for network Indian sports. Um Isaiah Jacob. Welcome back to Indiana Sports talk brought to you by the Indiana donor network. Again, You can find out more about becoming an organ donor, saving up to eight lives or saving up to 75 lives. Tissue donation at driven the number two that's driven to save lives. Dot com Saving my life, at least for the manner of this particular segment. Joining us now is Jimmy Hello, Who is the beat writer The Indianapolis Colts for the Indianapolis Star to talk about Jim. Theoretically, it's supposed to be an off season for you. But there really is no off season and that work has only accelerated, is it not when Jimerson holds court for 45 minutes or so, and talks about everything that's gonna go on? You're thinking yourself. Yeah, Things are gonna kind of amped up and be a little bit busy here for you, right? Yeah. I mean, it was. It was two weeks after his fellow talking 45 minutes And I thought, Okay, I got a few stories, their numbers retired £6 of retires, and then The coaching staff is getting pillaged by Nick Syriani in Philadelphia. So yeah, it's been It's been gonna whirlwind. But you know, I can't really complain about having more content. I guess so. Having the owner talk for 45 minutes in order, who is it was honest and and, like, kind of kind of put it up front. So what he's looking for. It does certainly help you do your job. The quarterback situation is gonna be a big topic here, Jim. But let's shelf that for right now, let's begin with this. What did you take away from? And for those that are unfamiliar with what we're talking about, Jimmer say the owner of the Indianapolis Colts held kind of state of the Union address. If you will, with media covering the team about his thoughts in the offseason, aside from The elephant in the room, which is the quarterback position. What else jumped out at you about what Jimerson had to say. So two things. The first thing that straight that jumped out at me is that he believes wholeheartedly that he has the two best people to leave the cultural Natalie Prince Pound bank, right. I mean, he said it about 100 different times and 100 different ways that he believes he's got two people in football, even around football for decades, and that These guys are that if somebody the only to the Colts to a Super Bowl or back to the Super Bowl, I should say it's going to be these two was that was the one thing and then the other The other thing that jumped out to me. It was unbelievable. He believes the culture close to being bankers. You think that has some holes? Obviously quarterback one obviously left tackles, another that the people, the places the need to shore up But he believes that they were close to beating the bills. The heartbreaking loss is a part of him died that day when we lost to the bills, but that's the team I think you could reasonably say is is the next best team in the NFC in city, and they obviously gave him you know all they could handle in that game, so I think he thinks and may be reasonably so the clothes are Super Bowl contenders and again with the good off season. Led by Frank Breaking Chris Ballard thinking that but the challenge here, Jim, is it not, You know, you previously worked for those that are unfamiliar covering the IndyCar series and the Indianapolis 500 notably, okay. Saying Our team is right on the cusp. If only for the quarterback and left tackle position is kind of like we can win the Indy 500 as soon as we get a driver and a front left tire, right? I mean those air to critique, you know, pretty critical positions here at 100%. True, Actually, it's funny that my I wrote a column I think right after they lost to the bills, and this is I also admit I thought they were just coming back. And I wrote something to the to the tune of. I think the Colts Close to being Super Bowl contenders and my brother called me Thief in Chicago. But you read the column because how could you say that without knowing what the future is a quarterback and then some other spots, And I said, Well, I feel pretty good about it. And then looking back. I'm like, maybe maybe I jumped the gun a little bit there. Maybe it. Maybe I should have waited on what Philip Rivers was gonna do. And like you said, Anthony Castonzo is a huge piece of left. Actually, your If you said any other team and the Colts fans here's hoping for the team be the best. But she said any other team all the guys who stick the quarterback. Pick the left tackle. Get a really good pass.
"west lafayette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Boat in loss of traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter Wi be see Traffic 23 degrees in the American Standard Heating weather Center the time right now it's 6 35. This is inside Indiana Business radio. I'm West Mills. The Indiana State Department of Agriculture has unveiled an updated Indiana dairy strategy, which focuses on dairy business expansion, development and attraction to the Hoosier State. I SDA first issued a dairy strategy in 2015 B AG department says the 2.0 version was developed to better understand the state's current dairy industry environment and its strength. AG Secretary Bruce Cutler. Like everything in the industry of agriculture, and there is certainly no different. There's constant change and new data that we need to have brought forth that we're going to have a strategy that works V. I S D. A says Indiana produces a net surplus off £3.5 million of milky today, so it needs to find markets for the extra milk. The National Science Foundation has awarded a $256,000 grant to a West Lafayette based startup to help in the fight against Cove in 19, a condo cure Pharmaceuticals says it will use the funding to further study and develop a drug to treat severe cases of the disease and potentially stop future outbreaks that involved other viruses. Bloomington based Atlas Solutions has launched a software platform and pilot program to help nonprofit organizations manage grants more officially, the start up received a $20,000 investment from L. A. Adventures Community Ideation Fund and 2020. Atlas says it streamlines the grant process by integrating with the nonprofits accounting software to track budgets and prepare reports you're listening to inside Indiana BUSINESS RADIO Indiana Pacers basketball is back single game tickets for the Blue and gold are on sale. Now Safety is our top priority as we welcome you backed up. Bankers Life Fieldhouse enjoy a fun.
"west lafayette" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Are still going to fight the decision. Now we WGN sports. Here's David it good morning. Things looked ugly for the Bulls when they dropped their first three games. Turns out they were just warming up since then, all four in one record, including three wins on the road on Lee, the defending champion Lakers won more games away from home. The Bulls came from 20 points down, still trailed early in the fourth quarter before pulling out a 1 11 1 await win. In Portland seven Bulls in double figures, led by Kobe White with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Otto Porter Jr. 19 and 13 and the Bulls are four in four. College basketball continues to struggle with covert 19 Last night's to Paul Villanova game had already been postponed, and Nebraska and Purdue postpone their game last night, West Lafayette and tonight. A Penn State at Ohio State. Georgia Tech at Notre Dame already off in Ohio, beat Northern Illinois 76 73, then the big 10 23rd ranked Michigan State looks too If shaken off. Oh, in three conference start blasting number 15, Rutgers, 68 to 45, Alabama wide receiver Devante Smith captures the Heisman Trophy and a virtual ceremony. He's the first wide receiver to when it since Michigan's Desmond Howard in 1991 and the Bears back to work today, back on the practice field for Sunday's wild card game at New Orleans. Dave at it. W G M Sport Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center Piers meteorologist Morgan Cook Mayer. Good morning. Another dense fog advisory in place this morning for almost everybody that does not line the lakefront area. So county's off to the West and South and North west under this dense fog advisory until 10 o'clock in the morning, with that comes areas of patchy fog even closer toward the lakefront temperatures for the most part er down into the twenties and below freezing, so freezing fog, also a concern. In addition to her Boost visibility above all that is a cloudy sky that will stick with today in a few flurries even possible here, especially throughout the morning hours. Temperatures hover near freezing this afternoon with winds east northeast around five MPH. From the WGN Weather Center. I'm working Kottmyer. Wow. These guys right now it's 31 degrees at O'Hare Midway and the lakefront It's 26 in DeKalb 28 Aurora 24 this morning in Valparaiso. Now your money on WGN the opening Bell rings this morning his investors who wait final results of that.
"west lafayette" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Give your fellow gets his first one. Think about that Illinois physical game with Purdue. Has only committed four fouls here. The 1st 19 minutes plus on Illinois, looking to guard the inbounds morning looking at Matt Painter as to where do you want me to set up and now he's watching sitting right next to me. I think Here comes Harry Cutter Wailer actually checks into the game for produced 5.4. Seconds on the clock. Illinois Latino run 33 20, Illinois on the inbounds out Tom Wheeler +43. Okay from the top of the key Ballotta Fraser. Three quarter court shot on. It's to the right of the hill has taken every time he tries that he gets pretty close to the line. I go to the locker room of 10 here in West Lafayette is Wheeler hits a three year in Champagne for the team from West Lafayette, 33. 23, Illinois overproduced. One. A flurry should the end of the half Illinois unattended to run to finish the half on, they lead it by 10 going to the locker room and champagne 33 to 23 0. Well, you know, it's always those nose beginning of the quarter into the corner, always extremely important. So the sea Illinois going on his run, and they did it the right way. Paul, moved. Andre Cabello got in the lane was able to find the mind staying for a couple of of wide open shots in the corner, with the transition started by their deeds. It has been key to Illinois this afternoon. Yes, the turnovers so far. Five for produced six for Illinois. The rebounds. 24 17, Illinois with a plus seven. They came in with leading their opponents by 14 and the rebounding category this year. They're up 10 at the half after a very dismal shooting. Start for both teams. 33 23, Illinois and half in Champagne are two seconds. Halftime show is coming up next after this on abusive bank Alana Exports Network Littlefield, I am Jay College. A lot goes into keeping a precision operation moving the.
36 Purdue University students suspended after off-campus party
"Another college. Another case of Copan 19 transgressions, CBS's Jim Krystle Purdue University has suspended three dozen students for attending a large off campus party. The action came less than 24 hours after the president of the school in West Lafayette, Indiana, made it a university violation Tau host or even go to a party that didn't follow the school's Koven 19
Bill Self on 'embarrassment' of Kansas-Kansas State brawl: 'Ridiculous' it happened in the stands
"Break college basketball last night barely got twenty five from jail and Smith the rally from fifteen down and beat northwestern seventy seven sixty six hello I blew out Purdue in west Lafayette seventy nine sixty two fifth straight win for the alumni and former Illinois coach bill self calls it an embarrassment a brawl at the end of the Jayhawks win over Kansas state that spilled into the stands harsh penalties expected for both
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Purdue defense bottles up No. 8 Spartans in 71-42 upset
"Michigan state coach Tom Izzo called it one of the most demoralizing losses of his career his Spartans winners of eight straight loss to produce seventy one to forty two the Boilermakers went up by twenty two in the first half and twenty nine in the second they for sixteen Michigan state turnovers and held the Spartans to thirty five percent shooting Travian Williams led Purdue was sixteen points Cassius Winston who averages nineteen was held to just ten and had nine of Michigan state's turnovers Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana