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I didn’t see another Purdue thread so I figured i should start one

 

 

to start things off…last night Rickie Collins, QB from Baton Rouge, de-committed from Purdue.  
 

it’s highly likely he stays close to home and commits to LSU.

 

this leaves Purdue without anyone for 2023….and more/less opens the door for Brady Allen to take over as likely a redshirt freshman (assuming he redshirts) next year.  Mike Alaimo I believe will be a redshirt senior and pretty much everyone else will have graduated.  
 

looking good for Allen just has to continue to develop and make the most of this year behind AOC 

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13 minutes ago, DumfriesYMCA said:

I didn’t see another Purdue thread so I figured i should start one

 

 

to start things off…last night Rickie Collins, QB from Baton Rouge, de-committed from Purdue.  
 

it’s highly likely he stays close to home and commits to LSU.

 

this leaves Purdue without anyone for 2023….and more/less opens the door for Brady Allen to take over as likely a redshirt freshman (assuming he redshirts) next year.  Mike Alaimo I believe will be a redshirt senior and pretty much everyone else will have graduated.  
 

looking good for Allen just has to continue to develop and make the most of this year behind AOC 

Thanks for starting the thread.  Over at hammerandrails.com, there's not a lot of worry.  Most people are very high on Brady Allen.  I think Yanni Karlaftis should also be given a shot...

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7 hours ago, Gipper said:

Thanks for starting the thread.  Over at hammerandrails.com, there's not a lot of worry.  Most people are very high on Brady Allen.  I think Yanni Karlaftis should also be given a shot...

I think yanni is going to turn it on this year….but I can’t help but feel he would have been a better fit in Wisconsin.  
 

they just coach up their Lbs so much and over the last 5 years have consistently been one of the elite defenses in college football.  But I’m also biased haha 

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1 hour ago, temptation said:

8-4

Could be, but I think 9-3 or 10-2 are also possibilities.

 

Penn State—toss up

Indiana State—definite win 

Florida Atlantic—most likely win

Syracuse—closer than thought win 

Minnesota—possible loss

Northwestern—solid win

Nebraska—hard-fought win

Wisconsin—likely loss

Iowa—definite win

Illinois—sneaky tough win

Maryland—quality win

Indiana—blowout win

 

 

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8 hours ago, Gipper said:

Could be, but I think 9-3 or 10-2 are also possibilities.

 

Penn State—toss up

Indiana State—definite win 

Florida Atlantic—most likely win

Syracuse—closer than thought win 

Minnesota—possible loss

Northwestern—solid win

Nebraska—hard-fought win

Wisconsin—likely loss

Iowa—definite win

Illinois—sneaky tough win

Maryland—quality win

Indiana—blowout win

 

 

Here is where I am at:

vs Penn State:  lean loss (as silly as this sounds, this game could set the tone for the entire season, its a Thursday night so it'll be a great atmosphere)

vs Indiana State:  win

@ Syracuse:  lean win (Purdue teams seem to always drop one they should not so this one scares me a bit)

vs Florida Atlantic:  win

at Minnesota:  lean loss (just don't know what to make of the Gophers)

at Maryland:  lean win (already tired of the Taulia hype, guy throws it to the other team too much)

vs Nebraska:  lean win (not a believer in Frost but no other team in America was more unlucky in 2021 than the Huskers)

at Wisconsin:  lean loss (Camp Randall is the difference)

vs Iowa:  lean win (Boilers seem to always have Iowa's number, pick your WR to go for 200+)

at Illinois:  win (Illini are better but not good enough yet)

vs Northwestern:  win (like Fitz but I think he moves on from his alma mater eventually)

at Indiana:  lean win (Hoosiers are better than 2021 but nowhere near 2020 form; it will be close)

 

This adds up to 9.  But there are so many toss ups here.  Anything from 5-7 to 10-2 is possible IMO.

 

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8 minutes ago, temptation said:

Here is where I am at:

vs Penn State:  lean loss (as silly as this sounds, this game could set the tone for the entire season, its a Thursday night so it'll be a great atmosphere)

vs Indiana State:  win

@ Syracuse:  lean win (Purdue teams seem to always drop one they should not so this one scares me a bit)

vs Florida Atlantic:  win

at Minnesota:  lean loss (just don't know what to make of the Gophers)

at Maryland:  lean win (already tired of the Taulia hype, guy throws it to the other team too much)

vs Nebraska:  lean win (not a believer in Frost but no other team in America was more unlucky in 2021 than the Huskers)

at Wisconsin:  lean loss (Camp Randall is the difference)

vs Iowa:  lean win (Boilers seem to always have Iowa's number, pick your WR to go for 200+)

at Illinois:  win (Illini are better but not good enough yet)

vs Northwestern:  win (like Fitz but I think he moves on from his alma mater eventually)

at Indiana:  lean win (Hoosiers are better than 2021 but nowhere near 2020 form; it will be close)

 

This adds up to 9.  But there are so many toss ups here.  Anything from 5-7 to 10-2 is possible IMO.

 

Wow, didn't realize just how favorable their schedule was....again.

Have to feel like anything less than 8 wins is a mild disappointment given the scheduling dynamic. 

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26 minutes ago, Footballking16 said:

Wow, didn't realize just how favorable their schedule was....again.

Have to feel like anything less than 8 wins is a mild disappointment given the scheduling dynamic. 

Yep, no OSU, Michigan or MSU plus PSU at home in a night game for the opener.

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1 hour ago, temptation said:

Here is where I am at:

vs Penn State:  lean loss (as silly as this sounds, this game could set the tone for the entire season, its a Thursday night so it'll be a great atmosphere)

vs Indiana State:  win

@ Syracuse:  lean win (Purdue teams seem to always drop one they should not so this one scares me a bit)

vs Florida Atlantic:  win

at Minnesota:  lean loss (just don't know what to make of the Gophers)

at Maryland:  lean win (already tired of the Taulia hype, guy throws it to the other team too much)

vs Nebraska:  lean win (not a believer in Frost but no other team in America was more unlucky in 2021 than the Huskers)

at Wisconsin:  lean loss (Camp Randall is the difference)

vs Iowa:  lean win (Boilers seem to always have Iowa's number, pick your WR to go for 200+)

at Illinois:  win (Illini are better but not good enough yet)

vs Northwestern:  win (like Fitz but I think he moves on from his alma mater eventually)

at Indiana:  lean win (Hoosiers are better than 2021 but nowhere near 2020 form; it will be close)

 

This adds up to 9.  But there are so many toss ups here.  Anything from 5-7 to 10-2 is possible IMO.

 

Great summation.  

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