Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Purdue Defensively

That other school in northern Indiana comes to South Bend this week as Brady Quinn looks to improve on the three touchdowns and 440 yards he threw for last year against the Boilermakers. This week I expect the Irish to come out and finally play four quarters of solid football again. Purdue doesn't have a terribly great defense, in fact one of the worst in the nation as they have given up over 420 yards a game so far this season. The offenses that have done this to the Boilermakers aren't exactly juggernauts either. The likes of Indiana State, Ball State, and Miami of Ohio have all managed to put up more than 30 points on the Boilers this season.

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