Hoosier Headlines for March 3, 2010: Purdue pregame.

  • Purdue seniors Grant, Kramer gain inspiration from 'Titans' characters (The Indianapolis Star)
    "Grant and Kramer, roommates as freshmen, are one victory from setting the school record for wins by one class. The Class of 2010 has 98 victories, tied with the classes of 1996 and '97 for the most in program history."

  • Boilers looking for more rebounds (Evansville Courier & Press)
    "Matt Painter is trying to remain positive, but he still doesn't have proof that his Purdue University basketball team can compensate for the season-ending knee injury suffered by junior forward Robbie Hummel."

  • Historic streak or upset on line at Purdue (Indiana Daily Student)
    "During this 10-game losing streak — one that will become a record-low if it stretches to 11 — IU has lost by an average of 15.2 points per game in its road losses."

  • 'Pressing' need for change (Indiana Daily Student)
    "But it’s been 41 days since IU’s last victory, as one-by-one the Hoosiers have been hit by a storm of losses ever since the Jan. 21 victory at Penn State."

  • Purdue remains tough despite loss of Hummel (Indiana Daily Student)
    "Purdue has a ton of experienced guys who have been battle-tested," Crean said. "And you could see in their games recently that they have risen to the occasion more times than not."

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