Purdue vs. Eastern Michigan Photo Gallery

Yesterday I only got to see the first half of the Purdue game against Eastern Michigan. I had a wedding to attend up north so we had to get going. Luckily the game was over by the half for the most part. I was able to get a few pictures in the time that I was there. Here are some of my favorites.

The team storms the field

Purdue plays a little game of quarterback sandwich


Another shot of a quarterback sandwich

Raheem Mostert can cover kicks as well as return them. I think that he will be the guy to watch this season on kickoffs

My Facebook page follower Boiler Bill enjoying the game

When their eyes met they knew that it would end badly

I swore this was a fumble on a punt, but the play was never reviewed

O.J. Ross hurdles a fellow player to land on what I thought was a free ball

O.J. Ross picks up what I thought was a fumble. Have I mentioned that in real time this looked like Purdue’s ball?

Caleb Ter Bush lets a pass fly. He is our quarterback for the season so why can’t the fans get behind him?

Another shot of the Caleb Ter Bush pass

Crosby Wright makes a move on an Eastern Michigan defender

Akeem Shavers scores a touchdown for the Boilers

Caleb Ter Bush tries unsuccessfully to stop his pick from becoming a pick 6

Caleb Ter Bush throwing from his own end zone. Purdue had terrible field position to start a few drives, but took the ball downfield

Brandon Cottom breaks through the line on his 87 yard touchdown run















Purdue vs. Eastern Michigan Photo Gallery

Today was another good win over a MAC school. It was too close for comfort for a while, but the Boilers pulled ahead when they needed to. For some reason they really seem to be playing to their competition again. Like Wednesday night we had great seats again, but this time directly across the court. Once again I was caught up in the action, and did not take as many pictures as I usually do. I did get to sit near Wendell Wolka for the first time. He is very loyal Purdue fan that is even utilized in the current ad campaigns. You can easily spot him with his pharaoh hat that he wears to each game. He was fun to listen to as the Boilers shot their free throws. As the non-conference schedule wears down I start to think towards the Big Ten season. The games now are fun, but Mackey should be rocking in just under a month. Here are some pictures that I enjoyed from the game tonight.

Somehow I knew that we would lose this tip

Jacob Lawson makes some great faces on the court. He will be very fun to photograph during the next four years

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