Robbie Hummel

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– Mic Cronin got reprimanded by the NCAA for disparaging remarks he made to officials during the Bearcats NCAA tournament loss to Ohio State. Seriously? Don’t all coaches curse at officials? What am I missing? – The Eye on CBball fellas continue to roll out their coaching survey results. How much influence does “World Wide [more]

Purdue opens Italy trip with an emphatic 80-38 win over All Star Italy

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With Robbie Hummel, Lewis Jackson and Ryne Smith all moving on, this is a good summer for the Purdue Boilermakers to embark on an off-season trip. The opportunities afforded head coach Matt Painter and his team, be it the extra practices, games or team bonding time, are things the Boilermakers hope pay off with another [more]

Despite being drafted into NBA, former Purdue forward Robbie Hummel headed to Spain


Former Purdue forward Robbie Hummel has decided to take his professional career overseas, signing with El Obradoiro of Spain’s top professional league, the Lafayette Courier Journal is reporting. Hummel had been drafted 58th overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2012 NBA Draft, but worked out an agreement that allows him to go to Europe. [more]

Overstating Hummel's loss? No way

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What to do with Purdue? No one seems to know. Robbie Hummel’s season-ending injury created a dilemma for anyone dumb enough (like me) doing a preseason Top 25. It’s hard enough to rank teams without seeing them play any games. It’s harder still when a team loses its best all-around player and shooter. Purdue’s adjusting, [more]

Hummel plans on playing next season

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Robbie Hummel’s college career isn’t over yet. His dad, Glenn, told the Indianapolis Star that the 6-8 forward will return to Purdue for the 2011-12 season. Hummel, who on Saturday tore the ACL in his right knee for the second time in eight months, will apply for a medical redshirt season and most likely apply [more]

Everyone's bummed about Hummel's injury

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Purdue players, coaches and fans aren’t the only ones bummed about Robbie Hummel’s season-ending injury. Big Ten coaches feel the same way. AP “When I heard it this morning, it brought tears to my eyes,” Minnesota coach Tubby Smith told ESPN’s Andy Katz. “He tore up his knee here last year. He’s such a sweet [more]