Gold and Black Illustrated
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Purdue is looking to build off its breakout 2017 season, but it’ll face many challenges in 2018. Get a full preview of the Boilermakers, with offensive and defensive previews, plus features on Markus Bailey, Kirk Barron and Joe Schopper. Also, read about where Purdue stacks up in the Big Ten and get a first look at the Boilermakers’ opponents. And there’s more inside on Purdue’s June recruiting surge.
Purdue made progress this spring, despite having to deal with a number of key injuries. Where do the Boilermakers stand before the 2018 season? Read more inside, including an overview of the spring storylines, a Q&A with Jeff Brohm, a depth chart, features and more. Plus, a detailed look at men’s and women’s basketball, the life of Joe McConnell and updates from baseball and volleyball.
Purdue heads to the NCAA Tournament on the strength of its seniors, who are one of the winningest classes in the history of the program. Inside, read about how the four arrived at Purdue and their final game at Mackey Arena. Plus, get a full account of Jeff Brohm’s 2018 recruiting class, with bios of each of the 24 signees and features, as well. And read about a couple seniors who are leading on the diamond.
The Boilermakers completed a ‘storybook’ season with a victory in the Foster Farms Bowl to finish with a 7-6 record. In this edition, we look back at Purdue’s turnaround, plus project ahead to 2018, and we feature Nick Holt, who got to return to his roots after retooling the defense. Also inside are glances at men’s and women’s basketball, including features on freshmen Matt Haarms and Karissa McLaughlin.
The Boilermakers’ four seniors want to repeat as Big Ten Champions, feeling their vast experience will give them a chance in 2017-18. Inside, we take an in-depth look at the Boilermakers, including features on Vincent Edwards, Dakota Mathias and Carsen Edwards. Plus, more on recruiting, the Big Ten and a full preview of the women’s season. And we take a look back of the life of Joe Tiller.