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No. 20 Purdue looks to keep rolling vs. Michigan St.
A friendly schedule has helped Purdue rise near the top of the Big Ten standings. The Boilermakers now must prove they can be just as effective on the road as they are at home.
No. 20 Purdue plays seven of its 11 remaining conference games in hostile environments, beginning with a trip to East Lansing, Mich., to face Michigan State on Tuesday. The Boilermakers (16-4, 5-2 Big Ten) overwhelmed their two opponents at home last week, thumping Illinois 91-68 and Penn State 77-52.
That marked the first time since the 1997-98 season that Purdue won consecutive Big Ten games by 20 or more points.MORE
- No. 20 Purdue looks to keep rolling vs. Michigan St.
- Swanigan leads No. 21 Purdue past Penn State
- No. 21 Purdue dominates Illinois 91-68
- Jok, Iowa upend No. 17 Purdue 83-78
- No. 20 Purdue ends No. 13 Wisconsin's 9-game winning streak
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