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Bluffton's Eskridge picked in second round by Seahawks

Bluffton graduate D'Wayne Eskridge became the latest northeast Indiana native to get drafted into the NFL tonight when the Seattle...

April 30, 2021 9:20 pm

Purdue's Moore picked in second round

Former Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore became the first Purdue player off the board in the 2021 NFL Draft tonight when the Arizona...

April 30, 2021 8:50 pm

Sycamore Hills to host MAC golf championship

The Mid-American Conference’s Men’s Golf Championship will be at Fort Wayne’s Sycamore Golf Club on Friday and...

April 28, 2021 7:30 pm

Bluffton football coach Brent Kunkel on D'Wayne Eskridge: Q&A

Bluffton's Brent Kunkel was an assistant football coach and the head track coach during D'Wayne Eskridge's starring career in both...

April 27, 2021 11:50 pm

Huntington North grad Kaylor enters transfer portal

Michigan State offensive lineman Damon Kaylor, who was named first-team all-NE8 and first-team all-NEI during his senior year at...

April 26, 2021 7:10 pm

Waddell officially signs with Boilermakers: Painter reaction

Carmel guard Brian Waddell officially signed with Purdue on Thursday, becoming the third member of an all-Indiana class for the 2021...

April 23, 2021 6:10 pm

Indiana Tech hockey falls to top seed in national semifinals

The Indiana Tech men’s hockey team’s quest for a national championship came to an end Monday with a 4-1 loss to top-seeded...

April 19, 2021 7:30 pm

Warriors rally, reach semifinals of ACHA tournament

The Indiana Tech men’s hockey team is on to the semifinals of the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s Division I...

April 18, 2021 9:00 pm

Obit Leroy Keyes Football FILE - Purdue's Leroy Keyes (23) runs as Indiana's Dave Kornowa tries to make a tackle during a college football game in Bloomington, Ind., in this Nov. 25, 1967, file photo. (Larry Crewell/The Herald-Times via AP) (LARRY CREWELL
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Leroy Keyes, gold standard of Purdue football, dies at 74

Leroy Keyes, a two-time consensus All-American running back and one of the greatest football players in Purdue history, died Thursday. He...

April 15, 2021 1:20 pm

Keyes Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette: Former Purdue running back LeRoy Keyes at the 2006 Mad Anthony Charity Classic at Fort Wayne Country Club.

Verbatim: Purdue All-American RB Leroy Keyes dies

Purdue University issued this news release today:

April 15, 2021 12:03 pm

  • PFW baseball series canceled because of virus
  • Former Homestead star transferring to PFW
  • McLaughlin to transfer to Marquette
  • Nifty goal propels Warriors to WHAC hockey title
  • Patterson makes college choice: UConn
  • Purdue's offense sputters, NCAA run flames out
  • Purdue falls to North Texas, 78-69, in 1st round of NCAA Tournament
  • Halftime: (13) North Texas 32, (4) Purdue 24
  • NCAA Tournament Pregame: (4) Purdue (18-9) vs. (13) North Texas (17-9)
  • Warriors, No. 1 seed, to host WHAC Hockey Tournament
  • Loss to Buckeyes shifts focus to NCAA Tournament
  • Purdue falls to Ohio State, 87-78, in Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals
  • Halftime: Ohio State 49, Purdue 31
  • Big Ten Tournament Pregame: (4) Purdue (18-8) vs. (5) Ohio State (19-8)
  • Boilers roll into Big Ten Tournament; Hoosiers looking for answers
  • Purdue beats Indiana, 67-58, ninth straight win in rivalry
  • Halftime: No. 23 Purdue 29, Indiana 20
  • Pregame: No. 23 Purdue (17-8, 12-6 Big Ten) vs. Indiana (12-13, 7-11)
  • Longtime Purdue radio announcer Larry Clisby passes away
  • Mastodons' Pipkins says of epic shot: "I knew it was money"
  • Purdue opens football season-ticket sales
  • USF football opener canceled
  • Trevion Williams dominates Michigan State
  • Purdue beats Michigan State, 75-65, sweeps season series
  • Halftime: Purdue 30, Michigan State 27
  • Pregame: Purdue (13-8, 8-6 Big Ten) vs. Michigan State (10-8, 4-8)