1. Rick Mount

    Rick Mount

  2. "One of the most interesting recruits in recent Purdue history is 7-1, 275-pound center Isaac Haas from Hokes Bluff High School in Piedmont, Ala. Haas, who is as interested in the school’s biomedical engineering classes as he is basketball, made an official campus visit this past weekend and tweeted that Purdue has set the bar very high."

    "One of the most interesting recruits in recent Purdue history is 7-1, 275-pound center Isaac Haas from Hokes Bluff High School in Piedmont, Ala. Haas, who is as interested in the school’s biomedical engineering classes as he is basketball, made an official campus visit this past weekend and tweeted that Purdue has set the bar very high."

  3. womenandsports:

Purdue wins the Big Ten. (via Purdue Boilermakers - espnW Photos of the Week March 10, 2013 - espnW)
  4. Purdue

  5. Matt Painter

    Matt Painter

  6. This. Just. Happened. Oops. #GoDawgs (by ButlerBlue3)

    This. Just. Happened. Oops. #GoDawgs (by ButlerBlue3)

  7. Purdue men's basketball ready to jump into new era | Journal and Courier | jconline.com

    ROSEMONT, ILL. — When Robbie Hummel picked up his college diploma in May, did it mark the end of a six-year run of Purdue basketball excellence?

    During that period — which began with Carl Landry and David Teague leading the Boilermakers to a 22-12 record in 2006-2007, included four seasons in which JaJuan Johnson and E’Twaun Moore were All-Big Ten players and was capped by a Hummel-led 22-13 season a year ago — Matt Painter’s program never suffered a hiccup, going 73-33 in league play.”

  8. Purdue’s Paint Crew

    Purdue’s Paint Crew

  9. Robbie Hummel Out for Season: Are my Boilers Done?

    Wow, dude. Did you schedule this two years ago?

    keithentzeroth:

    Purdue vs. Minnesota Highlight

    While I love to think that E’Twaun, Jajaun and Keaton are enough to keep the Boilers as one of the most feared teams in the country, the loss of Hummel takes away one of our most consistent players and our best pure shooter.

    I hope the team can step up without him, but right now I’m worried that history may be repeating itself. See 2008-2009 season and Robbie’s back injury…

  10. "First of all, with him, how could you not respect this guy? To go through what he’s gone through physically and still play at a high level… the guy is averaging over 16 a game, coming off of two ACLs. Stud. Stud."

    KU coach Bill Self

    Robbie Hummel has KU’s respect | KUsports.com