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Topic - Danny Hope
So much for the idea that Oklahoma State didn't care about playing in the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
Morgan Burke wants Purdue back in the Rose Bowl, and he's willing to put his money on Darrell Hazell to get there.
Darrell Hazell spent most of his coaching career telling others to "be great." Now he'll try to live up to that message at Purdue.
Gene Chizik, Frank Spaziani and Danny Hope got the pink slips many expected were coming after disappointing seasons.
Purdue wants a football team that can get to the Rose Bowl and decided Danny Hope was not the coach to take the Boilermakers there.
Danny Hope is out as Purdue's football coach.
Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema said Thursday that he has no plans to recruit the players at Penn State, suggesting it would violate what he calls a Big Ten coaching brotherhood.
Even in a conference stocked with teams that pride themselves on stopping offenses, this is a vintage year.
Purdue football coach Danny Hope says he had no issue with a critical tweet from quarterback Robert Marve.
The Cradle of Quarterbacks is looking for reinforcements. Again.
The NCAA has denied Purdue receiver Keith Smith a sixth year of eligibility after a knee injury prematurely ended his 2010 season.
Purdue coach Danny Hope is shaking up his coaching staff after a second straight losing season.
Purdue coach Danny Hope's joke that he was scouring campus looking for a quarterback was almost believable.
Rob Henry is about as prepared as a redshirt freshman quarterback can be for a Big Ten game as a first-time starter.
Robert Marve will have to wait another year for the chance to live up to his enormous potential.
"I don't have any idea. But either way, I'm going to be OK," he said when asked about returning next season after Saturday's game. "Like I said, I've learned to live life on the hot seat here at Purdue. Any time that you have a contract that has some weak spots in it, I didn't have a lot of leverage when I came here. I don't have that strong of a contract from a buyout standpoint or a compensation standpoint, any time you're dealing with a contract like that, you can be on the hot seat on a regular basis."