Purdue finished the regular season on top of the Big Ten West Division this weekend, going 8-4 in its conference.
ORLANDO, Fla. − Drew Brees called the bowl games “a reward for a hard-fought season,” sentiments which Cam Allen echoed on Saturday ahead of his team’s postseason matchup against LSU.
After playing in the Big Ten Championship for the first time in program history, the Purdue Boilermakers football team heads south to face LSU in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl.
- Ethan Trent, younger brother of Tyler Trent, to play football at Purdue
- Brees is back
- Reports indicate Purdue football has found its offensive coordinator
- Ryan Walters and the no-name defense
- The coaching search: Purdue’s new offensive coordinator
- Ryan Walters' defensive background a shift for Purdue
- Purdue football announces head coach
- The search is on
- Louisville makes announcement of Brohm's hiring
- Devin Mockobee announces he’s staying
- Reports: Jeff Brohm set to leave for Louisville