No. 18 Clemson holds off Purdue

No. 18 Clemson holds off Purdue

There are 12 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 27, 2007, titled No. 18 Clemson holds off Purdue. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

K.C. Rivers' soft floater with 31.2 seconds left broke a tie and sent No. 18 Clemson to a 61-58 victory over Purdue on Tuesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

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Mark

Huntsville, TX

#1 Nov 27, 2007
Nice going for a young group at Purdue. It sucks that they didn't win but those guys are loaded with potential. Can't wait to see them towards the end of the season!
David

United States

#2 Nov 27, 2007
Wow. Disappointed about the loss, but encouraged about the future! Go Boilers!
boiler in bloomington

Lexington, KY

#3 Nov 27, 2007
Please quit crying about James Mays being hurt and out of the game. That is all we heard of ESPN2. Not a word about us losing Watt, our most experienced man for the year and definitely no mention here about Chris Kramer sitting about all the entire second half due to a head injury.
boilers

Newport, KY

#4 Nov 27, 2007
it's so encouraging to watch this team after such a disappointing football season. the basketball team plays to its potential and is very exciting to watch. this should be a great season, and when these guys are juniors and kramer is a senior, watch for the boilers to make a run at a national title. the freshmen really showed a lot of promise for what should be an exciting future for purdue basketball
BTFU98923

Newark, OH

#5 Nov 27, 2007
Very encouraged by tonight's game, even if it didn't end in a W. We definitely deserved to win that game though. Oh well, all I heard about that game coming into it was how tough Clemson's press was going to be. The next few years are bright, as the Boiler Men's Basketball team is headed in the right direction! BTFU!
Old Roy

Louisville, KY

#6 Nov 27, 2007
Once again the boilers have let down the Big Ten. IU won one for the conference, but all the boilers could do was choke again.
Purduefan

Newark, OH

#7 Nov 27, 2007
Old Roy wrote:
Once again the boilers have let down the Big Ten. IU won one for the conference, but all the boilers could do was choke again.
IU barely holds on to the win against an unranked team on their own court! Purdue is extremely young and lost their first road game against the 18th ranked team.
Boiler in Iraq

Chevy Chase, MD

#8 Nov 27, 2007
Old Roy wrote:
Once again the boilers have let down the Big Ten. IU won one for the conference, but all the boilers could do was choke again.
The only one choking is you Roy and probably off the "crack " pipe that you just took a hit off of, I.U. shoots 18 more then G.T. at foul line and only wins by 4 at home.
On the road Purdue started 3 freshman and 2 sophomores. Our team captain gets hurt and doesn't score a point. Clemson shoot's 16 more at the line and we still take them to the wire. A great showing by a very young team. Keep it up Boilers !!!!!!! Yes, I AM A AMERICAN !!!!!!!

“Play more golf!!!”

Since: Nov 07

West Lafayette, IN

#9 Nov 28, 2007
Old Roy wrote:
Once again the boilers have let down the Big Ten. IU won one for the conference, but all the boilers could do was choke again.
The young Boilers played a great road game tonight against a ranked team from a great conference. Our youth showed at the end, but Clemson made plays so give them credit. Our "kids" learned a lot tonight and I'm thinking we've got a shot in Assembly Hall now that I've seen both teams play. We went on the road and gave ourselves a chance to win with great defense and everyone stepping up to score points, esp with our leader Kramer going out. I doubt IU will be this competitive on the road against an unranked mid-major when they go to SIU.

“Play more golf!!!”

Since: Nov 07

West Lafayette, IN

#10 Nov 28, 2007
I forgot --- GO-O-O-O BOILERS!!!!!!!!!!
OldRoys Boyfriend

United States

#11 Nov 28, 2007
Has anybody seen old roy on here? If you do tell him hurry or he is going to miss our spanking time together.
Woody Boyd

Bloomington, IN

#12 Nov 28, 2007
boilers wrote:
it's so encouraging to watch this team after such a disappointing football season. the basketball team plays to its potential and is very exciting to watch. this should be a great season, and when these guys are juniors and kramer is a senior, watch for the boilers to make a run at a national title. the freshmen really showed a lot of promise for what should be an exciting future for purdue basketball
****Oh come on! If Clemson would have hit there free throws they would have won by 20. They didn't even have there best player on the floor.

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