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No sense of urgency defined the last game of Purdue’s strange, surprisingly good 2020-2021 season. It’s a real shame, as last memories of a team tend to be the lasting ones. Tonight’s memory was an overtime loss against, frankly, a sharpshooting 13-seed North Texas Mean Green team that looked hungrier and often better than the Boilermakers did all …
 
Purdue got a #4 seed in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, in a region that includes Baylor, Ohio State, Villanova, Arkansas, and Wisconsin. We had March Madness thoughts, and decided to attempt a Livecast, with a nonzero amount of brown liquor and technological difficulties. Take a listen, and subscribe to our Youtube channel to get notified every time we …
 
We’re gonna try this whole livestreamed postgame out. Join J Money, Aneesh, and a (hopeful) Boilerdowd cameo to talk about the IU game, Purdue’s 2020-2021 season, expectations going into the Big Ten Tournament (that we absolutely definitely care a lot about), and March Madness. Feature image from @Boilerball…
 
The Big Edey led all scorers with 21 points, Ivey chipped in 18 and Wheeler went 3-3 from deep to pour in 11. Sash added 8 assists, while Edey and Tre both grabbed 7 rebounds. Tre was in foul trouble most of the game, Sash and Newman didn’t shoot well…AND YET, Purdue had other guys step up and step in to clinch an important win. Whether it’s Thomps…
 
Well it was a game only a blind mother could love. Purdue took care of the ball, so despite some very clear struggles on offense (and at times, defense) they were able remain in control of the game for most of the 40 minutes. MSU is still MSU, despite this being a down year for the program, so this was an important win for the young Boilers. Specia…
 
With Wheeler continuing to be ineffective and Tre Williams struggling with fouls, Purdue once again turned to their freshmen to put the Wildcats away. While they weren’t quite able to truly take Northwestern to the woodshed, they maintained their composure and some distance on the scorecard to ensure the game was never in doubt. Ivey had maybe his …
 
Brad Lambert has been hired by Jeff Brohm, and I like the hire. Lambert joins an experienced and energetic defensive coaching staff and the two recent hires of Hagen and English. Also, the Forces of Good are starting to string together two good halves of basketball and a pair of Freshman might be the catalyst.…
 
After an exhausting week Purdue found themselves in an absolute rock fight against #23 Michigan State in East Lansing. Purdue couldn’t have looked worse in the first half, but started the second half strong, hung around close and some good fortune mixed with some hustle put Purdue in the place to win, and Tre Williams’ jumper with 4.5 seconds left …
 
Led by Eric Hunter Jr’s complete game and Tre Williams’ resurgence in the post, Purdue beats Notre Dame in the Crossroads Classic to improve to 6-3 on the season. Marked by excellent defense and a balanced scoring effort, Purdue put together perhaps their most complete game all season. Which is some good momentum that they’ll need heading to Iowa i…
 
Tre Williams led the way with a complete game that almost earned him the triple double. 16 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists, yet again, off of the bench. Purdue had the lead from the 4:21 mark in the first half until the end of the game…solid effort. Coach Paint said Purdue fought harder than they had in any other game of the season thus far, and i…
 
Tomorrow is the oddest Senior Day we will ever see…but that has little to do with the opponent coming to God’s Country. Here are our thoughts on the match-up and what we think might happen tomorrow at noon. Subscribe to (& rate) the Boiled Sports Podcast Network on your favorite podcast platform. Buy Boiled Sports stuff from the BS Merch Store to l…
 
Not much to say about this one. Purdue had every right to win this game, but Rutgers just played (and coached) consistently better down the stretch. Making matters worse, Purdue loses a key player for next week’s game against Nebraska. What does this all mean? Probably more booze. Feature image from @PurdueFootball…
 
It’s Snacktime…and I’m not just talking about who’s playing QB this week v. Rugggger. Thanksgiving Week always gives us great sports, it’s no different, even in the crappy year that is 2020. Let’s talk about it. Subscribe to (& rate) the Boiled Sports Podcast Network on your favorite podcast platform. Buy Boiled Sports stuff from the BS Merch Store…
 
Purdue showed up physically, but perhaps not quite mentally Saturday evening, slogging their way through a loss to the Wildcats. In a quick, post game audio QuickCast Michael discusses the three main takeaways from the game: AOC’s limitations as a starting QB, Purdue’s failure to launch the running game, and Purdue’s defense doing a lot of bending …
 
We’re strictly a No Cats household here at Boiled Sports, so let’s take you through our thoughts for Purdue-Northwestern this weekend as they battle for the Big Ten West. Pay no attention to the mouth-breathers out there suggesting this is a reason for realignment — Michigan and MSU suck, too, so whatever. Things go through cycles. One day even Neb…
 
Purdue Beats Illinois 31-24 in spite of a lackluster fourth quarter. O’Connell leads the way by going 29/25 with 371 yards passing. Illinois was without about 15 players due to Covid, Purdue was without Karlaftis, Garvins, R. Moore and Doerue, due to injury for most of the game. (Photo Credit: TheStar.com) Subscribe to (& rate) the Boiled Sports Po…
 
Purdue came from behind in the fourth quarter today, led by former walk-on Aidan O’Connell, to beat Iowa 24-20 and move to 1-0 in this unusual, Big Ten-only season. Here with the recap is your host, J Money. (Photo credit: Clinton Cole) Your selected tweet: Game-winner. David Bell. #Purdue pic.twitter.com/Rxe8N13Eil — Clinton Cole (@cdcole55) Octob…
 
It’s game week again, finally, after a mere eleven months of waiting and hoping. As b-dowd put it on our pod a few weeks ago, none of us will be totally confident until the ball is actually kicked off in front of zero screaming fans but as of right now it is looking like football 2020 will get moving tomorrow at 3:30 PM Eastern on BTN. For this sea…
 
You didn’t think we’d forget to do a 2020 Season Predicto, now did you? We’re back and all the BS guys are here. Learn in a mere sub-10 minute pod what we think the season will look like. Sure, it’s shorter than you’ve come to expect from us, but so is the 2020 season, let’s be real. Subscribe to (& rate) the Boiled Sports Podcast Network on your f…
 
J Money, Boilerdowd, and Aneesh return to the internet airwaves to recap a very quiet uneventful offseason where Jeff Brohm and the team could finally just focus on football without distraction, Rondale Moore’s decision to return to Purdue and what might have changed to bring him back, exciting possibilities with the Version 3.0 schedule and return…
 
Boilerdowd and J reunited again late last week to record a Handsome Hour. Since you’re likely still looking for things to do, you could give it a listen. But be warned…it’s all over the place. Well, but maybe that’s to be expected — we did fill an hour about seven weeks after the last live sporting event was played so that’s a victory. In the first…
 
Michael comes out of retirement for a podcast appearance and invited not only his old friend Aneesh but also J to the party. They then discuss The Last Dance like all sports content producers this week and also veer into memories of the 1990s NBA. It’s more plot-less than a Smokey and the Bandit movie, but hey, you like these guys so give it a list…
 
Boilerdowd and J convened for episode 160 of the Boiled Sports Handsome Hour, which B-dowd’s father says is neither handsome nor an hour. You hurt us with your words, sir. We give you a tight hour here, wherein we discuss Matt Haarms transferring out, Austin Burton transferring in, our thoughts on whether there will be a football season, a special …
 
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