David Nugent turns 44 today (Oct. 27, 2021) and we celebrate the big day with the Boilermaker defensive tackle who roamed the Purdue sidelines from 1996-99. Nugent was a somewhat unsung in the days of Rosevelt Colvin, Chike Okeafor and Matt Mitrione, but was an important part of the Boilermakers' dramatic turnaround. A converted tight end from the Memphis, Tennessee area, Nugent bulked up and became a mainstay of the Boilermaker front in the first three seasons under coach Joe Tiller that was made even more notable by two career "scoop and scores" in wins against top-five ranked teams: No. 4 Kansas State in 1998 and No. 5 Michigan State in 1999. Nugent was a sixth round pick of the New England Patriots and he talks about his notable roomate, Tom Brady, and what paying on a Super Bowl Champion team meant. Still living in the Memphis area, Nugent is in medical sales and lives with his wife and three children.
Expectation levels have probably never been higher for the Boilermakers, a No. 7 ranking in the preseason, a Big Ten favorite and among the most-likely for a Final Four run. Let's preview all of it, with conversations with Matt Painter and Jaden Ivey, on Gold and Black Radio podcast.
Head Coach Scott Frost and Nebraska football players met with members of the media Monday to preview this Saturday's Big Ten West Division clash with Purdue in Lincoln. The Huskers and Boilermakers meet at Memorial Stadium for a 2:30 p.m. (CT) kick-off, with live television coverage from ESPN2. The game can also be heard across the Huskers Radio Network.
The Boilermakers — again — couldn't handle the physicality of the Badgers, falling to Wisconsin for the 15th consecutive game. What went wrong? And what will Purdue need to fix before playing at Nebraska Saturday? All on Gold and Black Radio.
-Look at the Buckeyes—they had zero test from Indiana in a 54-7 win on the road. -Also, 9 OTs for Penn State/Illinois?! And…Illinois WON?! -Also—Sip was watching Purdue/Wisconsin…what happened to the Boilermakers? Show sponsored by GANA TRUCKING
In this week's GoldandBlack.com Saturday Simulcast — brought to you by the Purdue Union Club Hotel — Alan Karpick, Tom Dienhart and Brian Neubert break down the Boilermakers' 30-13 loss to Wisconsin.
The Boilermakers are coming off one of the biggest wins in program history, now needing to focus on Wisconsin, an opponent it's not beaten in nearly 20 years. We'll preview Saturday's game on the Gold and Black Radio Pregame podcast.
Welcome back! In today's episode, Coach Riley touches on the Wisconsin - Army game and previews the Wisconsin - Purdue matchup. Can the Badgers defense contain the Boilermakers' passing attack? Join the conversation and let us know what you think. Want to support the show? - Subscribe today, leave a 5-star review, and tell a friend! That is the #1 way to help us grow. Looking for more content? Listen to Season 1 of Badgers & Friends on Spotify and Apple Podcasts featuring Adam Bay, Garrett Groshek, Adam Krumholz, Nick Herbig, Faion Hicks, Keeanu Benton, Joe Schobert, Scott Nelson, Logan Bruss, Jon Chenal, Hayden Rucci, & Collin Larsh. Just search "IKE Badgers Podcast" Season 2 just dropped its first episode with Raiders Captain and Full-back Alec Ingold. Out every Wednesday. Follow IKE Badgers on Twitter: @IKE_Badgers Follow Coach Riley on Twitter: @BadgersRiley The #1 rated Badgers Podcast on the Apple Podcasts Platform. @welcometoike
A Thursday red line radio that feels a lot more like the barstool Chicago radio hour with some loaded topics. Things start nice and easy with a recap of our favorite months before getting into some inter barstool news with the recent DPS show. Things lighten up when we get into the greatest fart helmet debate of the 21st century. There's an asking price to suck WSD's ass and we'll get to the bottom of it one of these days. Elsewhere, the Cubs hired a new GM. The Blackhawks stink. And we sit down for a nice 1-on-1 with Purdue Head Coach Jeff Brohm to talk about the rising Boilermakers coming off their Iowa beat down. It's a loaded show just how we like it. All Gas No Brakes.
Asher and Ben go through the weekly Paul Chryst presser for words of wisdom and look at how the Boilermakers match up with the Badgers ahead of Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rich previews the Browns vs Broncos on Thursday Night Football and explains why Cleveland fans shouldn't press the panic button with journeyman backup QB Case Keenum starting for the injured Baker Mayfield. Rich presents this week's ‘Gorilla Glue Toughest Player on Planet Earth' award to Purdue WR David Bell who hauled in 11 catches for a whopping 240 yards in the Boilermakers' upset of the 2nd-ranked Iowa Hawkeyes. Shams Charania, NBA Insider for The Athletic and Stadium, and Rich discuss the lack of chemistry issues between LeBron James, Russell Westbrook and Anthony Davis that led to the Lakers' season-opening loss to Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors, the Bucks' blowout of the Nets and if Brooklyn will see Kyrie Irving suit up for them this season as he refused to get Covid-19 vaccinated, and if there's any solution to the stalemate between the Philadelphia 76ers and disgruntled swingman Ben Simmons. (timestamp). Rich, Brockman and TJ make their NBA predictions for the 2021-22 season for MVP, Rookie of the Year, Coach of the Year, and NBA Champions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Larry Desiato joins Justin and Zee to talk about playing the Boilermaker with Showtime, some of his favorite local bands, his MT. Rushmore of drummers, mentors and singing vs playing the drums Support this podcast through Virtual Tip Jar- Venmo: @xytoda Cash App: https://cash.app/AnthonyZeeDonaldsonSponsored by EJA Moving Service- www.ejamoving.comJoey's at 307- www.315eats.comBallsy- www.ballwash.com *Use Promo Code MEMEBERSONLY for 15% discount *Utica Coffee Roasters- www.wakethehellup.comSaranac Brewery- www.saranac.comAttorney Dave Longeretta- 315-735-6162Get Social with The D-The D on Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/DisruptionnetworkThe D on Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/disruptionnetwork/The D on Twitter - https://twitter.com/the_D_networkThe D on YouTube- https://www.youtube.com/disruptionnetworkThe D on Twitch- https://www.twitch.tv/disruptionnetwork
Coach Dave Shondell joins host Cory Palm to discuss the Boilermakers dropping a tough four-setter at #6 Ohio State before returning home to win in five over #15 Penn State. The Boilermakers, ranked 7th in latest AVCA Poll, prepare for Michigan State and Nebraska this week.
This week, Kayla and Joshua discuss the news that Ed Orgeron will not return to LSU after this season. They also take a look Iowa's underwhelming performance against the Boilermakers, and they discuss the Tennessee fan drama. Press Pass is on YouTube! Make sure to give us a view and subscribe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week's edition of Power Auer with Nicole Auerbach... Nick Rolovich is fired at Wazzu, along with four unvaccinated assistants because he refused to comply with state law. The Athletic's Chris Vannini joins the show to discuss. Tennessee is fined 250k by the SEC for fan behavior. Michael Felder sounds off on Vols fans. Purdue is historically great at beating the #2 team in the nation. This time the Boilermakers take down #2 Iowa. Auburn is Nicole's flavor of the week thanks to Bo Nix's great play vs. Arkansas on the road. Last call! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The former Boilermaker star and current college basketball analyst joins Sturdy to discuss the big 3 in the Big Ten, surprises, why he hates Andre Curbelo (he doesn't), how the game has changed in 10 years, playing against Illinois and being guarded by Chester Frazier, and why he didn't pick Illinois despite being a fan growing up.
Purdue was the story of college football on Saturday after their 24-7 win at No. 2 Iowa. Now, they are in the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2007, and they return home to take on a Wisconsin program that has haunted Purdue for eighteen years. Host Jordan Jones breaks down the upset victory before turning focus to the Badgers and offering up keys to pulling off an upset as three-point underdogs on Saturday. If you enjoyed this week's episode, give us a five star review and tell a friend! Give the show a follow on Twitter @BoilersBeyond and send me your feedback on this week's episode. Let me know your thoughts! You can also email the show at email@example.com. New episodes are released weekly, so be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Purdue scored one of the biggest wins in program history, upsetting the Hawkeyes in Iowa City. Now, though, at 4-2 at the halfway point of the season, the Boilermakers turn their attention to Wisconsin and finding their way to the postseason. More on Gold and Black Radio.
Iowa dropped their first game of the season, and it hurts for all of Hawkeye nation. Come grieve with the Walkons and lets have some Hawk therapy trying to figure out how we turn this thing around. We identify what we believe the problem to be on Offense. Hint, it isn't the QB this time around, and try to pinpoint how they get better from here. We also talk Defense as Kevin tells us why its much easier said than done when it comes to defending Purdue and David Bell(he just scored again). We talk about plenty more as well before we finish with discussion of how this will sit in the minds and hearts of the players as they enter a much needed Bye week for themselves.
The Purdue wrestling team officially started its 2021-22 this week and the Boilermakers are only three weeks out from their first competition of the year. Head coach Tony Ersland talks through the team's early training and progress in addition to a few events on the horizon.Ersland remarks on the early action in the Blake Wrestling Room, specifically addressing the quick acclimation of the Boilermaker freshmen and the focus of upperclassmen Devin Schroder and Max Lyon.In the coming weeks the Boilermakers will host a camp, parents' weekend and the 2021 preseason wrestle off, which are pegged for Friday, October 29, at 7 p.m. ET in Holloway Gymnasium. That will be fans' first opportunity to watch the 2021-22 team and one of two home events left for 2021.0:00 - The 2021-22 Season is Here12:35 - The Evolution of Coaching15:45 - Wrestle Offs are Coming23:55 - Alumni Zoom24:35 - Super 32 Camp30:00 - Parents Weekend
The Boilermakers come off the bye facing a major challenge, as they look to knock off the No. 2 Hawkeyes in Iowa City. To do so, the offense – stuck in the mud the last three games – needs to get untracked. Can it? We'll preview Purdue and Iowa on the Gold and Black Radio Pregame podcast.
This Saturday is Homecoming for the Hawkeyes as they take on their Big Ten West rivals the Purdue Boilermakers! In this episode, the guys welcome Special Guest and former Purdue Boilermaker Jed Wilkinson (@PurdueWilkie) to discuss this week's matchup. Jed is an avid Boilermaker fan, is a board moderator for Gold & Black Illustrated, and he was the first live DJ for a Division I sporting event, DJing for the Boilermakers Homegames in 2014. Jed was able to help us look at the strengths and weaknesses of this year's Purdue team, and the players to look out for on the opposite side of the ball as the Hawkeyes look to continue their undefeated season. You can follow Jed on Twitter @PurdueWilkie! Follow Hawkeyes & Tallboys on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram & Twitter for more live updates! Youtube - Hawkeyes & Tallboys Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HawkeyesandTallboys Instagram - @HawkeyesandTallboys Twitter - @HTallboys 0:00 Intro w/ Jed 5:51 Penn State Recap 12:28 Purdue Preview 27:53 Dylan's Keys To Victory 39:08 Hot Takes 42:42 Betting Lines & Predictions 48:00 Mailbag 54:29 Outro
We sit down to preview Purdue, but it really isn't heavily Boilermaker focused in this one. We have a cool discussion into the X's and O's of the Matt Hankins 4th down stop from Saturday and how that could have potentially gone very bad for the Hawks. We also offer our opinions on the Ferentz/Franklin media comments about the injuries being real or fake.. Its like that one dress optical illusion, is it blue or pink? We also talk about some of the mindset of knowing you are 'supposed to win' and what that feels like week in and week out. Kevin was in a heated HOA meeting, we need to make Franklin the Turtle shirts, and Drake seeks Phil Parkers approval.. Plus as always we have Wards Winners. All of that and more!
The Des Moines Register's Chad Leistikow and Kennington Smith recap Iowa's historic win over Penn State and the Hawkeyes' #2 ranking. They also look at Iowa's place in the College Football Playoff picture and their six-game regular season finish. After taking calls the guys get into Five Big Questions which includes how Iowa responds to an emotional win, the Hawkeyes covering opposing stars and biggest concerns from Purdue. After talking briefly about other sports the guys give their predictions for Iowa vs the Boilermakers on Saturday.
The guys kick off the Hump Day Bump Day discussing the Braves clinching and getting a pivotal Game 5 in the Dodgers vs. Giants series. Then they get into the Jon Gruden situation and how Randy Moss broke down on the air before he challenged Jason Whitlock to a fight when Whitlock implied there's a time and place for that emotion. Then Purdue beat writer for the Journal & Courier in Lafayette talks about the Boilermakers' football squad ahead of their matchup with the Hawkeyes.
Head Coach Dave Shondell and host Cory Palm talk about the team's two big road wins last week at Illinois and Iowa before previewing this weekend's action at #7 Ohio State and against #15 Penn State. The Boilermakers take on the Buckeyes at 8 p.m. Friday night live on the B1G Network and host the Nittany Lions at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon on ESPN2.
The Gazette's John Steppe has two guests on this week's Hawk Off The Press, our Hawkeye football podcast. First, Mike Carmin of the Lafayette Journal & Courier gives us a Purdue scouting report and previews Saturday's game between the Boilermakers and Hawkeyes. Then, Vanessa Miller discusses https://www.thegazette.com/higher-education/university-of-iowa-will-pay-400k-via-title-ix-athletics-settlement/ (her reporting from last week on Iowa settling a Title IX lawsuit) and how that led to the announcement of a women's wrestling team.
Purdue comes off its bye week, not only needing fixes for its ailing offense but preparing to take on one of the country's best defenses in Iowa. We have an early preview of the Boilermakers and the Hawkeyes on Gold and Black Radio.
In this week's GoldandBlack.com Saturday Simulcast — brought to you by the Purdue Union Club Hotel — Alan Karpick, Tom Dienhart and Brian Neubert discuss where Purdue stands at the bye week, Boilermaker basketball and more.
Purdue is 3-2 headed to its bye week, following a 20-13 loss to Minnesota on Homecoming Saturday. The biggest issue the Boilermakers face: How to fix an offense that has scored only 13 points in each of the last three weeks. That and more on Gold and Black Radio.
In this week's GoldandBlack.com Saturday Simulcast — brought to you by the Purdue Union Club Hotel — Alan Karpick, Tom Dienhart and Brian Neubert break down the Boilermakers' 20-13 loss to Minnesota.
The Boilermakers and the Golden Gophers struggled through their last outings. Purdue, though, got a win; Minnesota did not. It sets up a big game Saturday in Ross-Ade Stadium, with the Boilermakers trying to get to the bye with a 4-1 record. A preview of Saturday's Homecoming game on the Gold and Black Radio Pregame podcast.
Recruiting season is in full swing for the Purdue wrestling team and head coach Tony Ersland pulls back the curtain a bit to talk about the process, the visits and everything that goes with it for the Boilermakers.The Boilermakers have had some fantastic home football games in Ross-Ade Stadium, volleyball in Holloway Gymnasium and a variety of other events and appointments on campus. Ersland talks about everything that goes into it and what it takes to pull off the 48-hour trips.The 2021 UWW World Championships are scheduled for this weekend in Oslo, Norway, and the show takes a short look at the USA roster and potential achievements for the team. In addition, they talk about the Boilermakers' accomplishments and training for freestyle and some of their achievements as they chase the dream of World and Olympic medals.0:00 - Recruiting Season6:13 - Figuring Out Fit12:20 - Drew Brees on Campus17:30 - Our Man Mitch22:15 - World Championships24:50 - Boilers Pursuing Freestyle Dreams34:20 - Thank Yous
In this episode of This Is Purdue, we're talking to Jim Everett, former Purdue University and NFL quarterback, as he reflects on his football career. Listen in as Jim discusses the 1984 trifecta win against Michigan, Ohio State, and Notre Dame in the same season while leading the Boilermakers. Plus, we dig into Jim's experience as a first-round NFL draft pick, his life after playing professionally, and his recent induction into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. You don't want to miss this conversation with a football legend about our Purdue community, his favorite campus memories, and the definition of Boilermaker spirit– found only on the official Purdue University podcast!
Edwin Watson turns 45 today (Sept. 29, 2021) as he is enjoying his work and family life as a real estate executive living in the Indianapolis area. A native of Pontiac, Michigan, Watson ranks seventh in school history in all-time rushing yardage and he played a huge role in his senior year of turning the Boilermaker program around in coach Joe Tiller's first season at the helm in 1997. He also played for the Green Bay Packers after his Purdue days. Watson has been married for 20 years and works closely with his wife in their company EEE Realty. They have two sons, ages 13 and 11, and the family will spend Watson's birthday, at least in part, at football practice.
Oh, what a night! Well, almost. The Tony Awards were a bit of a swing & a miss, but we're talking about them nonetheless. Psst, Amanda's bummed James Corden didn't host, so send her your condolences. In the spirit of grand performances, we're committed to Masked Singer. Jodie's new favorite sport is whatever Dwight Howard plays because Octopus can get.it. Whose team are you rooting for this season? Amanda is ahead by one contestant! Although Young & Pregnant is a slog, we're loving what Amber Portwood, Future-PhD-Scientist-Psychologist-Psychiatry is giving us. I mean, it's "Purdue University, bitches!" OOF. Actually, we did a mini-deep dive and guess what? Purdue University Global is *not THE Purdue University, as in Boilermakers, that we all know of... "bitches!" SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE US A 5-STAR REVIEW! IG @welovetohatepod Twitter @lovetohatepod WE LOVE TO HATE TV on Patreon www.patreon.com/lovetohatetv *Coming Up: Bachelor in Paradise & Real Housewives of Salt Lake City TOTAL REQUEST PODCAST on Patreon www.patreon.com/trpod *Coming Up: Sugar Rush & My Cat From Hell
The Boilermakers survived their Big Ten opener Saturday, coming back to beat Illinois, but it doesn't come without questions: Who is the quarterback going forward? Can Purdue continue to absorb injuries? That and more on Gold and Black Radio.
In this week's GoldandBlack.com Saturday Simulcast — brought to you by the Purdue Union Club Hotel — Alan Karpick, Tom Dienhart and Brian Neubert break down the Boilermakers' 13-9 rock-fight win over Illinois.
DD Show Rundown 9/22/2021 (00:00-23:51) – The show opens on a Wednesday with Dan playing some comments about the offensive line from Colts Offensive Coordinator Marcus Brady. Dan evaluates the comments and the uncertainty surrounding Carson Wentz's availability for Week 3 against the Titans. Plus, Dan looks ahead to the rest of today's show. (23:52-33:41) – Producer Kyle returns to the program from the executive chair to discuss his recent adventures around town. Dan and KK also chat on the bathroom habits of men and women and other entertaining chaos ensues. (33:42-38:28) – The first hour ends with Dan looking more at the latest with Carson Wentz's injured ankles and his availability for Sunday at Tennessee. (38:29-1:04:18) – One of our favorites the great Dan Plesac of MLB Network stops by to bring us up to date on the Wild Card races and World Series contenders in the MLB. Also, Dan shares the story of the time he broke his hip on the golf course and needed surgery. Plus, Dan also talks about what he feels needs to change in regards to at bats in today's major leagues. (1:04:19-1:17:36) – The Coach Seth Greenberg of ESPN stops by to share his thoughts on where Indiana ranks among the rest in college hoops across the country. Seth also looks at the Boilermakers and where expectations should be for them this season. (1:17:37-1:20:18) – Dan closes hour number two by answering some questions on Indiana basketball and engaging with listeners on the YouTube chat. (1:20:19-1:40:41) – Friend of the show Paul Kuharsky of Outkick 360 stops by to tell us all we need to know about the Tennessee Titans, AJ Brown, Derrick Henry, and Ryan Tannehill. Paul also weighs in on the state of the AFC South and the way the league is handling taunting calls. (1:40:42-1:53:42) – The Dean Mike Chappell of Fox 59 and CBS 4 joins the program to weigh in on the injury situation with Carson Wentz and how he feels about the overall prospects for the team through two games. (1:53:43-2:02:32) –Wednesday's show finishes with Dan asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of The JCook Plays of the Day. Dan also talks more on the Colts and hands out a bet he likes best today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.