Hummel powers Purdue past Penn St.

Hummel powers Purdue past Penn St.

There are 17 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jan 23, 2008, titled Hummel powers Purdue past Penn St.. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

Purdue has come to expect big things from freshman Robbie Hummel. Hummel had 15 points, 11 rebounds and five assists to lead Purdue to a 64-42 victory over Penn State on Wednesday night.

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S_boiler

United States

#1 Jan 23, 2008
Funny how IU makes the top clicks. F em.

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Purdue Is Kicking It

Winter Haven, FL

#2 Jan 23, 2008
Purdue continues to beat Purdue-IU's common opponents by more that IU can manage. IU's game is stagnant while Purdue's game looks better by the week. Great job Boilers. Great job Matt. Purdue will continue to win while IU loses 3 out of the next 4 games and at least 6 losses in the Big Ten. Penn State couldn't even begin to run their offense because Purdue was taking them out of their game at will. Purdue will continue to win with that motion offense that they run so well and that stifling defense; while IU will typically fall flat on their face at the end of the race.
S_boiler

United States

#3 Jan 23, 2008
I forgot to add. They made TOP CLICKS without a single entry in comments. Wow, those are some unopinionated readers.
Boiler Grad 07

Jeffersonville, OH

#4 Jan 23, 2008
Come on now... let's not worry about the star and what they do. Let's just be happy that both teams won. Besides, we can't worry about IU just yet, we have to start directing our focus to the other undefeated team in the Big Ten... Bo Ryan's badgers... they are rather good as well.

Good Win Boilers and to IU also
Valpo fans

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Jan 23, 2008
Good job, Robbie. It's really fun to watch this team.
Start Sat in High Gear

Winter Haven, FL

#6 Jan 23, 2008
Boiler Grad 07 wrote:
Come on now... let's not worry about the star and what they do. Let's just be happy that both teams won. Besides, we can't worry about IU just yet, we have to start directing our focus to the other undefeated team in the Big Ten... Bo Ryan's badgers... they are rather good as well.
Good Win Boilers and to IU also
Who's worried about IU? Purdue looks like the better team. IU romps over another cellar dwellar, at home. Woo Hoo!
It seems Purdue does play better on the road than at home (too bad for the Hoosiers).
Purdue can't afford a slow start on Saturday. Wisconsin will be quite a test; the likes of which IU has yet to face, and IU's ranked 7th in the national popularity poll. They'll say goodbye to that soon enough.
BOILER UP

Buffalo, NY

#7 Jan 23, 2008
Great win boilers!! Bring on the badgers!!!
Boiler Grad 07

Jeffersonville, OH

#8 Jan 23, 2008
Start Sat in High Gear wrote:
<quoted text>
Who's worried about IU? Purdue looks like the better team. IU romps over another cellar dwellar, at home. Woo Hoo!
It seems Purdue does play better on the road than at home (too bad for the Hoosiers).
Purdue can't afford a slow start on Saturday. Wisconsin will be quite a test; the likes of which IU has yet to face, and IU's ranked 7th in the national popularity poll. They'll say goodbye to that soon enough.
We've played probably the same quality of teams as IU in the Big Ten so far... so whatever crack you have on them can be said for us. I'm excited but I'm also realistic and there are still 12 more conference games. Stay focused boilers... beat Bucky!!!
TJIrish34

United States

#9 Jan 23, 2008
I work at Star (Purdue Fan). More IU fans in Indy & buy Star. So Star coverage is going to be biased towards IU. That's just way it is and has always been. I really like this Purdue team. While it may sound like sour grapes. The way this Purdue team is playing right now. I will argue with Zellar and his supporters all day long that if he had decided to go to Purdue. Purdue would at very least be just as good as North Carolina next year. Considering Purdue's one big hole was a legit center and with the talented youth on team. While I realize it's NC (blah Blah). I really don't see why Zellar didn't give Purdue more consideration. Having said all that I wish him the best. Purdue's goal this year is to make NCAA tournament. Anything better is icing on cake.
iu student

Bloomington, IN

#10 Jan 23, 2008
Start Sat in High Gear wrote:
<quoted text>
Who's worried about IU? Purdue looks like the better team. IU romps over another cellar dwellar, at home. Woo Hoo!
It seems Purdue does play better on the road than at home (too bad for the Hoosiers).
Purdue can't afford a slow start on Saturday. Wisconsin will be quite a test; the likes of which IU has yet to face, and IU's ranked 7th in the national popularity poll. They'll say goodbye to that soon enough.
it never suprises me how cocky purdue fans. the star doesn't cover you beacuse you have no "program to speak of, at the moment...maybe in time. iu has lost 1 game.
and as long as purdue fans keep talking stuff...WAFFORD!!
iu student

Bloomington, IN

#11 Jan 23, 2008
it was double important
iu student

Bloomington, IN

#12 Jan 23, 2008
ok after further review...wOfford

that is how bad they are, I'm not even sure how to even spell it
what

United States

#13 Jan 23, 2008
where's the moron who said PU's road win over Iowa was a "once in a lifetime" thing?
LOL

United States

#14 Jan 23, 2008
iu student wrote:
ok after further review...wOfford
that is how bad they are, I'm not even sure how to even spell it
And that's an IU educated kid right there.
Don Sanders

Westerville, OH

#15 Jan 23, 2008
Purdue Is Kicking It wrote:
Purdue continues to beat Purdue-IU's common opponents by more that IU can manage. IU's game is stagnant while Purdue's game looks better by the week. Great job Boilers. Great job Matt. Purdue will continue to win while IU loses 3 out of the next 4 games and at least 6 losses in the Big Ten. Penn State couldn't even begin to run their offense because Purdue was taking them out of their game at will. Purdue will continue to win with that motion offense that they run so well and that stifling defense; while IU will typically fall flat on their face at the end of the race.
You must be smoking crack again...
Don Sanders

Westerville, OH

#16 Jan 23, 2008
TJIrish34 wrote:
I work at Star (Purdue Fan). More IU fans in Indy & buy Star. So Star coverage is going to be biased towards IU. That's just way it is and has always been. I really like this Purdue team. While it may sound like sour grapes. The way this Purdue team is playing right now. I will argue with Zellar and his supporters all day long that if he had decided to go to Purdue. Purdue would at very least be just as good as North Carolina next year. Considering Purdue's one big hole was a legit center and with the talented youth on team. While I realize it's NC (blah Blah). I really don't see why Zellar didn't give Purdue more consideration. Having said all that I wish him the best. Purdue's goal this year is to make NCAA tournament. Anything better is icing on cake.
Do all Purdue fans do drugs?
These posts are dillusional. A perfect example of the long term drug use theory. Does W. Lafayette have a rehab center?
lol

United States

#17 Jan 23, 2008
Don Sanders wrote:
<quoted text>Do all Purdue fans do drugs?
These posts are dillusional. A perfect example of the long term drug use theory. Does W. Lafayette have a rehab center?
What does "dillusional" mean? It appears you are an example of "long term mental retardation". Or, in other words probably an IU grad...

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