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Purdue football ends the season with another loss, and this one is to IU. Were those 36 points just garbage time? Purdue basketball, unfortunately, has also left a sour taste in our mouth. Can the Colts rebound and do better than one and done in the playoffs this season? And can the Pacers be stopped? It wouldn't be an episode without college football talk. This week it's more non-support for OSU and conference championship talk.
High School Football is over, but the Colts and Pacers are getting added to the Purdue sports and BCS. Purdue Basketball has a huge match up to start their fall schedule and the Old Oaken Bucket is the only thing left to salvage the football season. Both Indy teams look good on the season. And the BCS is getting pretty close.
West Lafayette keeps cranking along. Only 2 wins left for the championship, can they do it? Meanwhile in West Lafayette the Boilermaker football team showed some improvement, will it lead to wins in the last two very winnable games? Our transition is starting as well as we move towards Purdue basketball, Pacers and Colts. But we of course wrap up with college football; the number 3 spot in the BCS and the soon to come Auburn and Alabama game.
There's only one Greater Lafayette high school team left, and West Lafayette has run through Sectionals. Can they keep it up? For Purdue football it seems to go from bad to worse. Perhaps a QB change? An offensive scheme change? And the family watches LSU versus Bama every year. That's over, what about the rest of the BCS. Can Baylor leap frog Ohio State?
CC takes a surprising early exit, but West Lafayette continues to dominate. Can McCutcheon get the upset. Purdue continues to look bad, someone suggests a QB switch. We also give our top four college teams, and who is number 2 is big debate. The SEC and some BCS busters are up for debate as well.
We're talking High School playoffs, especially after the big CC and West Side game before moving on to Purdue. With a bye, does a top 5 OSU team coming to town mean Spoilermakers? It is Hazell's former team. And a lot of top ranked teams lost this past week, so we are of course talking the SEC and the BCS title picture.
It's a brief touch on high school football as we talk Purdue football coming out of their bye. They've got a chance to possibly spring a trap on the Cornhuskers and their weak defense. Basketball has started as well. Can a young Boilermaker team rebound from a sub par year? And it isn't news, but the SEC continues to dominate college football.
It's just a little bit of high school football this week as we focus on Purdue Football this week with the new Danny Etling era at QB. The Boilers have a bye, are some more offensive changes coming? And of course, can't forget the big games this past weekend in college football.
This week we gauge some early post season action for the Greater Lafayette teams, especially with West Lafayette steam rolling everyone. For Purdue football, it's a big week as the Boilers do some soul searching in what looks like a must win game. And of course, so big time college games in the SEC which should shape the national title picture.
Another week, and more Greater Lafayette High School and Purdue Football! We of course talk about the Alabama and A&M game. The NFL is part of our weekly picks, so find out our 5 wildcards for this week. Top college football is of course on the docket as well, including our 4 teams for a playoff.
It's Monday and that's means an update on the Greater Lafayette area sports. In high school, perhaps it's not just CC and West Side this year. The Boilers got their first W of the season, but have a tough schedule for the next few weeks and rest of the year. And of course you got our weekly picks, as we add the NFL.
We're excited to bring you this podcast as we have added http://www.ourtown.com/lafayettewestlafayettein/ to our empire of sports coverage. We'll be broadening our local coverage as we start with the high school games and B1G Conference. As well, 5 wild card picks. It's going to be a great football season!
We're right in that middle area where the last Purdue season is completely over, but it's not time for the next one...yet. So we look back and review the Purdue Athletics' finishes and get into a little bit of the whole aspect of student athletes. They actually exist in West Lafayette.
We're back to get you your update on the Indianapolis Indians, who had a top prospect with a dominant performance, and of course Gerrit Cole. Also, there was a big commitment for Purdue Football and a basketball assistant is now sitting on the bench in the NBA. As well, several football players were put on preseason watch lists.
We start in Indy to give a small review on the Pacers before jumping over to Victory Field to take a look at the Indians. Top prospect Gerrit Cole was called up to the show. In West Lafayette lacrosse and hockey are coming to the Big Ten, but not Purdue, and the basketball team got another new face.