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Twin towers stand tall as No. 13 Purdue routs Rutgers 82-51

Haas scored 14 points and Harams grabbed six rebounds and blocked three shots, leading the 13th-ranked Boilermakers to an 82-51 rout over Rutgers for their 10th straight win.

But with Haas and Haarms dominating the middle, Purdue outscored Rutgers 28-14 in the paint and had a 45-27 rebound advantage, giving the Scarlet Knights no chance.

And the primary reason Painter went with the pairing was because starting forward Vincent Edwards was in foul trouble most of the night.

Purdue honored former star Steve Scheffler by handing out bobble heads before the game and having him speak to the crowd at halftime.

The 1990 Big Ten player of the year, captivated the audience with stories about his playing days and former coach Gene Keady, who also attended the game.


  • Rutgers basketball: After Purdue rout, are wheels getting wobbly? Wisconsin ...Asbury Park Press
  • Purdue 'two towers' lineup gaining trust after lopsided victory over RutgersJournal & Courier
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  • Purdue cruises to routDanville Commercial News
  • Purdue Men's Basketball: Boilers rout Rutgers, 82-51Purdue Exponent
  • analysis: Takeaways and Wrap (press release)
  • Purdue strategy is simple, start with HaasNews Sentinel
  • Purdue fans are fired up as Carsen Edwards and the Boilermakers handle RutgersIndianapolis Star
  • Boilermakers clobber Scarlet Knights on boards and scoreboard, (press release)

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