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Matt Painter Still Sounds a Little Suspicious on This Whole Missouri Situation

Friday, April 1st, 2011

I'll admit, I haven't listened to enough of Matt Painter, so perhaps this is how he always sounds. But, now that he has tested the waters in considering a move to Missouri, something about the whole thing still smells a little fishy to me -- especially after listening to the ...

Cuonzo Martin Isn’t Worried About Pending NCAA Punishment at Tennessee

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Amidst the firing of Bruce Pearl and more impending NCAA strife, it still didn't take Tennessee long to hire a new men's basketball coach. The Volunteers snagged Cuonzo Martin, who coached Missouri State to a National Invitation Tournament appearance this season. Martin, who played college ball under Gene Keady at Purdue ...

VCU Pulls Off the Unthinkable, Winning Three Games in First Week to Earn Sweet Sixten Spot

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Virginia Commonwealth began the NCAA tournament as a team that most analysts argued should not even be a part of it. One week and three victories later, the Rams have just as good a chance as any of the 16 teams remaining to land a spot in the Elite Eight. VCU ...

Matt Painter on the Rematch Against Ohio State: “We’re a lot better team than we were a couple of weeks ago.”

Friday, February 18th, 2011

Before this season even started for Purdue they got devastating news that Robbie Hummel would once again be forced to miss an extended period of time due to injury. After injuring his tearing his ACL late last season, Hummel re-tore his ACL before a game was even played for the ...

Robbie Hummel’s Injury Has Hardly Derailed Boilermakers

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

The Purdue Boilermakers lost one of the biggest keys to achieving their lofty goals before the season even began, but they haven't seemed to notice. Senior forward Robbie Hummel tore his right ACL for the second time in less than a year during the Boilermakers' first full practice, an injury that ...

The Purdue Boilermakers Sit Atop the Big Ten Conference Standings

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

Purdue started the season with high expectations and a 14-0 start to the season had them looking like the team to beat in the Big Ten. However, after getting off to such a great start, the Boilermakers slipped midway through the season, dropped three straight conference games and looked vulnerable. ...

Tuesday Sweet 16 Coaches Recap

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

Sports Radio Interviews has searched high and wide the last few days to give you analysis from the coaches still left in the Sweet 16.We've done seven so far in individual postings and here are the first seven in one large posting. This year's Sweet Sixteen is full of huge college ...

Matt Painter Has Purdue Going Full Steam Ahead

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

It looks like Purdue Boilermakers head coach Matt Painter has completed the turn-around of the program that Gene Keady had built up then let falter in his final years of his illustrious career. Painter took over officially in 2005 and only won nine games his first year. But his teams ...