Dow 17814.94-2.96
Nasdaq 4758.253.36
S&P 500 2067.03-2.38
AEP 56.58-0.22
Comcast 56.62+1.605
GE 26.86-0.14
ITT Exelis 18.02-0.07
LNC 57.83-0.35
Navistar 36.40-0.07
Raytheon 106.40-0.19
SDI 23.47+0.52
Verizon 49.34-0.16
  Stock Sponsor
Purdue freshman center Isaac Haas is fouled by Kansas State’s Thomas Gipson in the second half of Monday’s first-round game at the Maui Invitational in Lahaina, Hawaii.
Purdue mowed through its first three opponents of the season, barely breaking a sweat against Samford, IUPUI and Grambling State.
Purdue’s Jon Octeus, left, a graduate student, transferred after graduating from Colorado State.
College basketball recruiting used to consist of coaches packing high school gyms to scout the best local talent. Increasingly, the practice now includes speaking with players already in college, as well as re-recruiting your own roster.

Purdue’s Matt Painter replaced Bruce Weber at Southern Illinois.
Win or lose, Bruce Weber will have a pit in his stomach today.

Purdue freshman center Isaac Haas battles for a rebound against Kansas State Monday in the Maui Invitational. (Photo by the Associated Press)
LAHAINA, Hawaii - Marcus Foster scored 24 points and Kansas State held on to beat Purdue 88-79 after blowing most of a big early lead Monday in the opening game of the Maui Invitational.      More..
High 32 °F
Low 22 °F
28 °F
Sponsored by Masters Heating & Cooling, Inc.
Local Search