July's key college basketball deadlines brought good news to multiple 2022 Final Four hopefuls.
- 11/25W 77-64
- 11/26L 81-70
- 12/1W 93-50
- 12/4W 68-61
- 12/8L 58-54
- 12/12W 80-68
- 12/1620W 67-60
- 12/19W 88-78
- 12/224L 70-55
- 12/25W 73-70
- 12/2914L 81-76
- 1/215L 66-58
- 1/823W 55-54
- 1/14W 81-69
- 1/17W 80-72
- 1/1915W 67-65
- 1/227L 70-53
- 1/3021W 81-62
- 2/2L 61-60
- 2/6W 75-70
- 2/11L 71-68
- 2/16W 75-65
- 2/20W 75-58
- 2/26W 73-52
- 3/225W 73-69
- 3/6W 67-58
- 3/129L 87-78
- 3/1913L 78-69
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The Longhorns and Ducks have realistic Final Four aspirations after loading up on transfers.
- Purdue's Williams withdraws from NBA draft
- Purdue hires OSU's Johnson as assistant coach
- 'Gritty' N. Texas upsets Purdue for 1st NCAA win
- PSU hoops hires Shrewsberry as head coach
Purdue said Thursday that center Trevion Williams has decided to withdraw from the NBA draft and will return to campus for his senior season this fall.
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The Purdue Boilermakers have filled the second void on its coaching staff by hiring Terry Johnson from Ohio State.
North Texas, making its first NCAA men's tournament appearance since 2010, upset Purdue 78-69 in overtime on Friday to earn the first tourney win in school history.
Penn State hired Purdue assistant Micah Shrewsberry as its next head coach.
— Seth Towns scored six of his season-high 12 points in overtime, helping No. 9 Ohio State beat No. 21 Purdue 87-78 Friday in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.
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It's Champ Week, and several teams near the top of college basketball look to be at the peak of their powers.
— Zach Edey scored 20 points and Jaden Ivey added 17 as No. 23 Purdue beat Indiana 67-58 Saturday for its ninth straight win in the in-state rivalry, the Boilermakers' best run in the series since John Wooden played for them.
— Freshman Zach Edey scored a career-high 21 points and Jaden Ivey added 18 to help No. 23 Purdue hold on for a 73-69 victory over No. 25 Wisconsin on Tuesday night.
— Sasha Stefanovic scored 16 points, Jaden Ivey added 14 points, and Purdue cruised to a 73-52 win over Penn State on Friday night.
— Jaden Ivey scored 15 points, Sasha Stefanovic added 14, and Purdue beat Nebraska 75-58 on Saturday night.
— Trevion Williams scored 28 points and Eric Hunter Jr. scored 15 and Purdue pulled away from Michigan State for a 75-65 win on Tuesday night.
— Marcus Carr scored 19 points, Gabe Kalscheur added 16 and Minnesota rallied late for a 71-68 victory over No. 24 Purdue on Thursday.
— Jaden Ivey scored a career-high 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds Saturday, providing the energy No. 24 Purdue needed to get past pesky Northwestern 75-70.
— Eric Ayala made two free throws with three seconds left, and Maryland scored the final six points to rally past No. 24 Purdue 61-60 on Tuesday night, ruining the Boilermakers' season debut in the Top 25.