Actually, he does. You see, he doesn't look 20 years in the mirror and say how great it is now. He looks at the present and the trends and sees where the big mojo train is headed.
Hint: One team's mascot is a train, a MOJO train. The other team's mascot is....well, nobody knows exactly wtf it is, and no one can pin it down. All anyone not from Indiana knows is that it's a deragatory term describing red neck gypsies.
Those went nowhere and did nothing. The knowledgeable IU fans comment was the most biased garbage I have read in awhile. You do know that there is a very good chance IU will get #21 in this upcoming season, don't you?<quoted text>
Knowledgeable IU fans would put their money on Painter over ANY IU coach, Sanctions or not, to win certainly the next B10 title between the two schools, and probably the next handful.
IU fans mostly THINK they are in Bloomington when watching them, when in reality they are In Denial, Egypt.
So the tournament success at Purdue is measured by beating Indiana in 1979? Where should I send your cookie?<quoted text>
Answer me this: The ONLY time Purdue and IU have faced off against each other in NCAA tourney was in 1979 in Lexington, KY. So, when a Final Four was on the line, which team wanted it more?
Yes, it was Purdue. In spite of having a slight geographical advantage, more Purdue fans showed and cheered on the Boilers to the win over RMK's team, and further to the Final Four.