There have been two questions that lingered around the Purdue football program since winning the Old Oaken Bucket game a week ago.

There’s running angry. And then there’s what Purdue running back Markell Jones did Saturday afternoon during Purdue's 28-21 win over Indiana in the Old Oaken Bucket game.

On Friday afternoon after Thanksgiving, it was fair to wonder if a young Purdue team in transition would let the tryptophan and the mid-major opponent impact its performance. It didn’t take long to answer those questions.

One-game season. Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm has preached that mantra over and over again in his locker room and in press conferences. But this week, it's not just his favorite cliché. It's a reality.

There have been two questions that lingered around the Purdue football program since winning the Old Oaken Bucket game a week ago.

There’s running angry. And then there’s what Purdue running back Markell Jones did Saturday afternoon during Purdue's 28-21 win over Indiana in the Old Oaken Bucket game.

On Friday afternoon after Thanksgiving, it was fair to wonder if a young Purdue team in transition would let the tryptophan and the mid-major opponent impact its performance. It didn’t take long to answer those questions.

One-game season. Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm has preached that mantra over and over again in his locker room and in press conferences. But this week, it's not just his favorite cliché. It's a reality.

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