When it comes to diving, there aren’t many better than Purdue star David Boudia. The Boilermaker has so many superlatives attached to his name that it’s pretty hard to keep track. Let’s review: Olympian. NCAA champion. NCAA Diver of the Year. Purdue Male Athlete of the Year. Big Ten Champion. Big Ten Diver of the Year. Big Ten Diver of the Championships. And that’s all just from the 2010-11 season. Oh, he’s also the reigning Jesse Owens Male Athlete of the Year, handed out to the Big Ten’s best male athlete.
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When it comes to Big Ten basketball coaches, Purdue’s Gene Keady is one of the all-time greats. As a seven-time Big Ten Coach of the Year, Keady’s 512 victories is the most in Purdue history, where he managed to lead the Boilers to two Elite Eight appearances and five Sweet Sixteen appearances in the NCAA Tournament before his retirement. In 2010, Keady took a job as an assistant coach with the St. John’s Red Storm. Watch now and learn why St. John’s head coach Steve Lavin refers to the Purdue legend as his “buddha.”