PURDUE LOST A BASKETBALL GAME! Is it all doom and gloom for the Boilermakers? Or is this a chance to recover and start a new winning streak and prepare for March? Juan and Travis discuss that, the upcoming Michigan State game, and more in this latest podcast. Bonus points if you listen to the end and know how to
In this episode, Travis, Juan, and Casey talk about Purdue steamrolling Mizzou 35-3 in Columbia this past weekend and start to discuss Purdue's next opponent, the Michigan Wolverines. We end the podcast talking about...stuff...I won't spoil it for you, you just need to listen to the whole thing.
Juan and Travis talk about Purdue's big Friday night win over Ohio and look at Purdue's trip to Columbia, MO to face the Tigers of Missouri, who recently fired their defensive coordinator. We also talk about our general optimism and how Purdue could go bowling this year. Additionally, we discuss how Purdue can claim TWO national titles from the 1930s and 40s. Listen in and enjoy!
We're back! The H&R podcast is back after another hiatus just in time for Friday Night Football. The boys discuss Purdue's trip as Team USA, Purdue's surprising showing against Louisville, they're upcoming game against Ohio, and which QB they want starting.
Earlier today, Purdue defeated Northwestern 69-65 to cap off their regular season, which featured Purdue winning their 23rd Big Ten Regular Season title (pure coincidence that this is pod #23). Juan, Ledman, and Casey discuss Purdue's hard fought road win over tournament-bound Northwestern, and preview Purdue's road in the Big Ten Tournament and possible seeding scenarios for the NCAA tournament.
After another hiatus, Travis and Juan welcome our newest writer, Andrew Rockwell, and discuss Purdue's game at Bloomington tonight against IU. We also discuss Caleb Swanigan's campaign for national player of the year, as well as discussing the NCAA tournament (though not originally planned).
We’ve taken some time away from our podcast the last few weeks due to the holidays and general life. But we’re back and ready to discuss some basketball! Swanigan continues to dominate and Purdue sits at the top of the conference. We also talk a little bit about Jeff Brohm’s hiring at Purdue since the last time we recorded a podcast, it was before the Bucket Game....oops.
Our latest podcasts takes us away from football and into basketball season as Travis, Casey, and Juan discuss the upcoming basketball season and what we expect to see. Our topics include the eventual return of Basil Smotherman, Ryan Cline’s suspension, what Spike Albrecht and Carsen Edwards bring, and how this team can move on from Hammons and Davis’s graduation. We also focus a good chunk of time discussing Purdue’s big game against Villanova on Monday night as well us the upcoming 2017...
After an embarrassing Homecoming loss to Iowa, Purdue fired head coach Darrell Hazell. It was an impressive move from athletic director, Mike Bobinski, who looks to possibly change the culture at Purdue and its football program. We also talk about possible candidates to replace Hazell, from Bo Pelini, to PJ Fleck, and more! In addition, we also talked about Purdue basketball's newest recruit, but in a weird move, we shifted the conversation towards basketball...weird. We ran into some...
In this week's podcast, jumboheroes and cryan26 have been released to rant and, no surprise, they have a lot to rave about. Casey and Andrew tackle the Kendall transfer (for the fourth week in a row), the Tyler Summitt controversy, and take on the giant monster known as the NCAA. Warning - if you're a football apologist, this one probably isn't for you.' I think that should do.