Purdue Coverage

The Indiana Pacers season ended Monday night, after they were swept out of the Eastern Conference Finals by the Boston Celtics.   It was a disappointing end to what has otherwise been a thrilling season. The Pacers had playoff hopes going into the year, and those hopes were amplified when they traded for Pascal Siakam. […]

I said earlier today on The Wake Up Call that a growing pet peeve (despite understanding the content machine, website clicks etc) is the “Way Too Early Top 25’s” you see being posted as the college hoops has come to an end. Again, I understand the new for content but at this point in the […]

It was a tough night for the Purdue Boilermakers in the NCAA Tournament Championship, where they fell short against UConn 75-60.   Zach Edey was his usual self, putting up 37 points, but it wasn’t enough, as UConn overwhelmed the Boilers with their talent, and effectively shut down Purdue’s shooting from distance. The game was close […]

It’s finally time.  The Purdue Boilermakers will take on the defending champions the UConn Huskies in the NCAA Tournament finale. It’s a clash between two top-seeded teams, a matchup that fans and experts alike had circled as a potential title game. For Purdue, it’s their first shot at the title since 1969. The Huskies, meanwhile, […]

Purdue center Zach Edey was named Associated Press National Player of Year on Friday, becoming the first back-to-back winner since Virginia 7-footer Ralph Sampson who took the honor three straight years in the early 1980s. Edey received 57 of 62 votes from journalists who vote in the weekly AP Top 25. Tennessee’s Dalton Knecht received three votes […]

It’s been a magical run for the Purdue Boilermakers and their legion of faithful fans up to this point.   The team has finally made good on the hype surrounding it and, for the first time since 1980, will play in the Final Four. For former players and fans alike, the past week has been […]

On Saturday, the Purdue Boilermakers will take on the North Carolina State Wolfpack with the chance for Purdue to win its first NCAA Tournament Championship game.

Purdue Basketball Interviews On 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan During NCAA Tournament Run 93.5 & 107.5 The Fan, has been actively engaging with Purdue University’s basketball program through a series of radio interviews while on their NCAA Tournament run. These interviews have featured Purdue coaches, players, former players, and alumni, providing valuable insights and perspectives […]

After 44 years of waiting, the Purdue Boilermakers and their fans are just days away from the Final Four and a date with N.C State.  The journey to this moment hasn’t been easy, starting with last year’s tournament disaster. Most Purdue fans spent the entire season essentially waiting for March, for the only thing that […]

I’ve sat here trying to figure out a few different blog topics the past couple of days, but nothing has really stood out. Sure, I thought about topics such as “Top 10 players in the Final Four” or “Who is the best remaining coach” (I kinda like that one) left in the tournament. And while […]