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The Train Stop, Episode 6.0


The Train Stop podcast's primer for the 2013-2014 Purdue Boilermakers basketball season, tipping off November 8, 2013 in Mackey Arena. We talk about late summer and preseason action vs the University of Indianapolis and Wayne State College, new additions to the team, and focus on Purdue's "big three" of AJ Hammons, Terone Johnson, and Ronnie Johnson. We also make our Big Ten team and individual award predictions, identify our non-Purdue man crushes, single out our favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, and make best case/worst case predictions for Purdue's season.

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

The Train Stop, Episode 5.0


A summer edition of the Train Stop, a Purdue (and Big Ten) basketball podcast hosted by HammerandRails.com and SB Nation. We talk about the Boilermakers' incoming and outgoing transfers, look at the progress of the current roster, introduce the freshman Class of 2013, and highlight possible recruits for the Class of 2014. We also take a look at the professional careers of Boilermaker alumni, and talk about possible Big Ten players who could make a name for themselves during the upcoming NBA Draft.

You've Got B1G Expansion Questions? Frank The Tank Has Answers


Frank is the king of expansion discussion and his excellent blog is a must read with some of the most detailed info you'll find. So get on Twitter and tweet your thoughts/ideas/questions...Or post below.

The Train Stop, Episode 4.0


We recap the tail end of the Purdue Boilermakers' men's basketball regular season, and hand out traditional Big Ten awards (POY, 1st/2nd/3rd teams, 6th Man, DPOY, All-Freshman team), along with a few alternative awards (Doucher of the Year, Crankiest Coach, All-Fun team, All-Ugly Team, Goober of the Year). We also give our thoughts on both the NCAA Tournament and the CBI, previewing Purdue's matchup with Western Illinois.

UMD to B1G in One FanShot


Welp, there goes the party. Looks like we'll be adding UConn, and ACC football will keep getting sadder. UPDATE 4:58PM: I called it. The ACC is looking at Big East teams to replace Maryland.

B1G Hoops Roundtable


The guys from Minnesota blog From The Barn invited me back for another preseason Big Ten basketball roundtable to discuss such things as who will be the surprise team this season, how the conference will shake out, and which players to watch -- including who the most feared player in the league is. UPDATE: Question #4 - Predicting the Big Ten's final standings

Soccer Preview: Where is Big Ten Race Headed?


Despite the success of the team this fall that plays what Rodger would call "real football", the team with the best chance to take home a Big Ten title is still the men's soccer squad who took home the crown last season. The 'Cats are struggling for the first time this season with consecutive non-conference midweek losses sandwiching a sloppy Big Ten win over Michigan State to maintain a first place tie with Indiana. They have the weekend off of Big Ten play, but play the tenth ranked, Notre Dame Fightin' Irish Tuesday. See how I think the Wildcats will do and what's on tap for the rest of the Big Ten this weekend.

Weekly Preview: Big Ten soccer begins


Big Ten soccer starts this weekend. See who has the necessary ingredients to win the conference based on my experiences and observations over the last five years. Northwestern and Indiana are the early front-runners.

Nebraska Week at Big Ten Powerhouse


We at Big Ten Powerhouse, a conference basketball blog, are dedicating this week to the Huskers. Come check us out a be sure to stop by later in the week.

B1G Baseball Scheduling/RPI - Purdue Coach Laying It Out There


Corn Nation (Nebraska's SB Nation blog) must have wrote an article critical of the B1G non-conference schedule. Purdue's coach wrote him an e-mail in response which really does a good job explaining the difficulties for the teams in the northern conferences when it comes to the sport. Read the post, he did a great job in arguing his points! (p.s. they are playing for 3-0 on the weekend right now, Boiler Up!!!)

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