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The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Topic - Josh Duncan
Purdue has four standout freshmen, and their growth was remarkable as they helped lead the Boilermakers to a successful Big Ten season and a trip to the NCAA tournament. Xavier, on the other hand, is loaded with veterans, including three battle-tested seniors.
Xavier point guard Drew Lavender has "Nope!" written across each of his sneakers, a reminder to himself and his 20th-ranked Musketeers that good teams don't wilt when an opponent makes a push.