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  • Purdue basketball's Jacquil Taylor announces intent to transfer

    Journal & Courier "Jacquil Taylor knows what he wants to do with his life after college basketball. "I just want to make movies, long story short," Taylor said following his workout Wednesday night. A film based on Taylor's career at Purdue would include something for everyone. Triumph over adversity. Setbacks..." April 12

  • Purdue player Isaac Haas accused of infecting partner with STD, according to lawsuit

    USA Today "Former Purdue basketball standout Isaac Haas infected his former partner with an incurable STD, and she's not the first one he's infected, a civil lawsuit alleges. Alyssa Chambers filed a $1 million civil lawsuit in Tippecanoe Circuit Court Tuesday accusing Haas of lying to her about having a..." April 11

  • NCAA tweaks rule about braces to pave way for Isaac Haas return

    Larry Brown Sports "Isaac Haas still seems unlikely to play in Purdue’s Sweet 16 game against Texas Tech on Friday night, but an amendment the NCAA made this week to a rule regarding protective braces has made it possible. According to Andy Katz of NCAA.com, Purdue athletic director Mike Bobinski worked with NCAA..." March 23

  • Purdue coach on injured Isaac Haas: 'Don't see him playing'

    ESPN "Purdue center Isaac Haas didn't practice the past two days and is unlikely to play in the Boilermakers' Sweet 16 game against Texas Tech on Friday due to a fractured elbow, coach Matt Painter said. "I don't see him playing until he can practice and show me he can shoot a right-handed free..." March 22

  • Purdue reportedly asks engineers to design NCAA-approved brace for Isaac Haas

    Sporting News - NCAAB "The Purdue Boilermakers are in the Sweet 16 of this year's NCAA Tournament, but they are in serious danger of playing another game without star center Isaac Haas. Haas, a 7-2 senior, suffered a fractured elbow in the first game of the tournament on Friday when going for a rebound. He tried to..." March 20

  • Haas will try to find NCAA approved brace for next round

    Indianapolis Star "Isaac Haas had a bulky brace on his right arm during warmups Sunday before Purdue played Butler in the NCAA tournament. It might have held his broken elbow steady, but it didn't meet NCAA standards enough to clear him to play — though Boilermakers coach Matt Painter poured cold water on that..." March 18

  • Purdue's Haas sits; NCAA doesn't clear elbow brace

    CBS Sports "No. 2 seed Purdue won its first round game on Friday, but lost center Isaac Haas, who suffered a fractured elbow. Haas practiced with the team on Saturday with a brace and was labeled as a game time decision leading up to the Boilermakers' second round game against Butler, however he will not..." March 18

  • Report: Isaac Haas wants to play despite fractured elbow

    Larry Brown Sports "Star Purdue center Isaac Haas was ruled out of the NCAA Tournament after fracturing his elbow in Friday’s win, but he’s refusing to accept that diagnosis. According to CBS’s Allie LaForce, Haas practiced Saturday with a brace on his elbow and is pushing for NCAA clearance in order to possibly..." March 17

  • Isaac Haas injury update: Purdue center practices with brace after being ruled out

    CBS Sports "No. 2 seed Purdue got a bit of good news Saturday: The Boilermakers might not be losing Isaac Haas, their starting center, after all. Purdue advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament by defeating Cal State Fullerton 74-48 Friday, but Haas, a senior, broke his right elbow during the..." March 17

  • Purdue basketball's Isaac Haas out for remainder of season with fractured elbow

    Journal & Courier "Purdue announced after Friday's 74-48 victory over Cal State Fullerton that Isaac Haas will miss the remainder of the NCAA Tournament with a fractured right elbow. Haas suffered the injury in the second half but returned to the game. He posted nine points and 10 rebounds in 15 minutes." March 16

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