"After everything happened, I'd say probably that night or the next day .... from that point on I was all about TCU," Purke said. "Everyone thought that thing would linger with me. But, in all honesty, I was done with it and as soon as I got to campus. I had no ideas or thoughts about anything else other than playing TCU baseball."
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