Tag Archives: Matt Painter

Indiana and Purdue both post big wins; might get back to the NCAA Tourney this year
November 21, 2014

by Kent Sterling Purdue beating Grambling State is hardly big news.  There is no way that Grambling State should ever be able to compete with the Boilermakers. It was the way Purdue won the game that’s impressive.  After a first half where they led 37-15, Purdue backed it up with a 45-15 half.  That showed […]

Indiana Basketball – ESPN ranks Tom Crean and Matt Painter outside top 50 coaches
June 3, 2014

by Kent Sterling There are some Indiana fans who remain unsold on the coaching acumen of Tom Crean, and after last season’s woes Purdue fans are losing a little patience with Matt Painter.  But very few could name 50 coaches better than both. Click here to follow Kent Sterling on Twitter Yesterday, ESPN released coaches […]

Purdue Basketball – A.J. Hammons Suspended for Three Games – What Does It Mean
October 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling A.J. Hammons is proof that sometimes God plays tricks on people.  Every once in awhile, he matches the wrong brain and body. Such is the case with center A.J. Hammons, who has always been physically gifted, but not a real fan of the game of basketball.  That’s the assumption I make from […]

Purdue Must Make Its “You Oughta Be Proud” Video Public Again
August 20, 2013

by Kent Sterling I wore a pimp outfit to school once.  Actually, it was pajamas with a sport coat over the top with a pair of boots and a wide brimmed hat.  There was no context for the stupidity – no dress up day or National Pimp Day to explain my idiocy, and as I […]

Transfers Bowing Out at Purdue and Indiana; Nothing Wrong with Any of Them
April 13, 2013

by Kent Sterling College basketball players come, and then they go – sometimes before anyone would have hoped when they made their commitment and signed their letters of intent.  Two from Purdue and one from Indiana decided earlier this week that their collegiate careers should continue elsewhere. There is nothing wrong with that.  Basketball players […]