Sometimes it's easy to remember what you don't like about an opponent. Other times it's harder. Wherever you fall on the spectrum, BS is here to help. In a new feature (and you know how well we stick to new features), we'll help you figger out why you should hate Purdue's next opponent, mainly using third grade playground insults and other such high-brow stuff you've come to love BS for.
Up today: The Iowa Hawkeyes.
OMHR. You're mandated by Jim Delaney to hate them. At least in football. Does that extend to basketball? I can't remember.
They marred the end of JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore's regular season careers at Purdue by failing to respect their farewell tour and beating the Boilers 67-65 on the Island of Iowa.
Quite simply, you should never trust a man with a girl's first name.
Their fight song commands Iowa youth to pledge blind allegiance to the Hawkeye regime "until the walls and rafters ring." This sounds unsafe. Also, does their football stadium have rafters?
Have you ever been to Iowa?
Why are the numbers on their jerseys italicized? To make them look faster? You're not fooling anyone, boys, you're Iowans. You move as fast as the combine harvester will take you.
Feel free to share your reasons to dislike the Hawkeyes below.
BTN, 8 PM.